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Affiliate & Going Global. Nick Fletcher, Account Director UK, Tradedoubler James Maley , International Account Director, Tradedoubler. Why, where and how to geographically expand your affiliate programme. UK versus Europe: online behaviour. Average 30 hours a month online

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affiliate going global

Affiliate & Going Global

Nick Fletcher, Account Director UK, Tradedoubler

James Maley, International Account Director, Tradedoubler

Why, where and how to geographically expand your affiliate programme

uk versus europe online behaviour
UK versus Europe: online behaviour
  • Average 30 hoursa month online
  • Projected ad spend of 27.1% will continue to be behind TV
  • Europeans spend €871 a year online
  • Internet will account for only 5.7% of GDP by 2016 – less than half the UK
  • Average 39 hoursa month online
  • By 2016, online will account for over 37%of total ad spend, the largest channel
  • We spend €1240 a year online
  • Internet will account for 12.4% of GDP by 2016
uk versus europe affiliate landscape
UK versus Europe: affiliate landscape

Difference in consumer behaviour by country

Different tactics/approach required per market

Display/email/generic PPC more effective

CPC or hybrid commissions much more prevalent

Savvy consumers

High % of sales through cashback and voucher

Display dominated by retargeting

CPA is the norm


Europe: opportunity

  • 8.8% of EU consumers online buy cross border
  • EU currently imports $34bn annually
  • EC wants 20% of population to buy cross-border online by 2015
  • By 2016 UK will export $18bn
europe opportunity
Europe: opportunity
  • $1.1 tnspent online in EU in 2011
  • Online will grow 11% each year over next 5 years
  • 426.9m Europeans online
  • Affiliate models changing and adapting rapidly

LatAm: opportunity

  • Brazil has population of 190m (close to the UK, France, Italy and Spain combined)
  • Brazil has the world’s sixth largest economy and is expected to be the fifth largest by end of 2012
  • 81m Brazilians are connected to the internet

LatAm: opportunity

  • Brazilians spent $10 billion online in 2011
  • eCommerce in Brazil is forecast to grow by an average of 17.5% each year over the next five years
  • Consumer electronics purchases make up 37% of the online retail market in Brazil
  • Other growing categories are media and computer hardware and software
how exporting from the uk
How: exporting from the UK
  • Lower initial cost
  • UK based operations
  • Quick set up
  • Shipping costs
  • Payment
  • Consumer reluctance to purchase cross border
exporting from the uk
Exporting from the UK

Local language

Cross-border publishers

Local currency

Different competitor landscape

Clear shipping costs

Different effective channels

how geographical expansion
How: geographical expansion
  • Local payment methods
  • Lower delivery times & shipping costs
  • Local expertise
  • Significant initial costs
  • Brand awareness
  • Risk factor
  • Different competitor landscape
geographical expansion
Geographical expansion
  • Launch plan
  • Clear communication to local and international affiliates
  • Language
  • Currency / payment
  • VAT and domestic taxes
  • Logistics / delivery
  • Dominant affiliate models
  • Metrics / commission models
  • International coordination & planning
  • Local affiliate management and knowledge


Different markets require local expertise

Consider International vs local publishers

Number of cross border purchases set to grow

Strive to be the first and best in market

Local knowledge is the key to success