MONTREAL, QC. January 28, 2008 — Income Access (http://www.incomeaccess.com) has closed its 2009 Affiliate Survey and is delighted to announce the purchase of four laptops for the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) Foundation (http://laptop.org/). With the comprehensive response from affiliates, Income Access has gathered a level of data that will allow it to enhance its affiliate management program. An executive summary of those results will also soon be release to all participants.
The survey, which was open to all igaming affiliates, collected information on the various reasons that affiliates join a program, as well as how they work within that program. The survey was broken down into five sections. It addressed affiliates’ preferred use of tracking reports and how those reports affect their marketing campaigns. Income Access also donated one dollar for every survey completed.
"This survey represents a win-win-win for affiliates, Income Access and the OLPC foundation," said Nicky Senyard, CEO of Income Access. "The impressive response rate means that we can learn more about what is most important to affiliates in 2009. This will ensure that our existing and new affiliates receive the support and tools they need to maximise their earning potential."
The survey results, which will be shared with all participants, indicate that a majority of affiliates seek the use of as many reporting metrics as possible to analyze the performance of their sites. The most monitored datasets are those of commissions earned and new player sign-ups. It was also shown that affiliates closely monitoring their reports desire communication with their affiliate managers to better understand the changes in their campaign performance.
Income Access will be using this intelligence to continue improvement of their affiliate software and support services. Powering the Income Access network (http://incomeaccess.com/affiliates.asp), the Income Access affiliate software (http://incomeaccess.com/software-overview.asp) is also available for white labeling. Completely customizable, it allows operators to create an affiliate marketing experience that reflects their brand.
“These results suggest what we’ve suspected at Income Access all along. That is, comprehensive and reliable reporting , as well as dedicated affiliate support are vital to affiliates” said Nicky Senyard, CEO of Income Access. "By providing software tools and support to their affiliates, then, we enable operators to build profitable relationships with their affiliates, while optimizing their affiliate program for long-term success."
To find out more and see the detailed results please contact Income Access at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Income Access
Working closely with its partners to help them succeed in the igaming space, Income Access has been helping both operators and affiliates leverage affiliate marketing since 2002. Offering a blend of four types of services, Income Access provides affiliate marketing solutions tailored to the unique needs of its partners: (1) an affiliate network of over 17,000 gaming affiliates, (2) affiliate management services, (3) white label affiliate marketing software, and (4) an SEM agency specifically for the igaming industry. Partnering with over 60 operators since its inception, Income Access works with some of the most trusted names in online gaming, such as Bingo.com, Ladbrokes, Market-Ace, Victor Chandler, and Game Account.