Another one! The whole team here at Geniuslink is very excited to unveil Target.com as the ninth affiliate program we’ve added auto-affiliation support for. Whether you manage a parenting blog, publish kitchen appliance reviews on YouTube, or run a fast fashion look book, you’ll now be able to build Target.com affiliate links easier than ever before!
Newegg.com is officially the eighth affiliate program we’ve added auto-affiliation support for, and we’re very excited about the opportunities it presents. Tech reviewers, PC build influencers, and streamers that regularly recommend PC components and consumer electronics to their audience can now build affiliate links smoother than 144hz!
Update: As of June 2019, Walmart’s affiliate program is now being managed by Impact!
If you signed up for the program before June 2019, then you’re probably participating in the Walmart affiliate program as managed by Rakuten Linkshare. Both programs are still officially supported and we haven’t heard of any plans to deprecate the Rakuten program. If you’re signed up for Walmart (Rakuten), there should be no need to sign up for Walmart (Impact).
We’re excited to announce an update to our support of the Microsoft Affiliate Program! Microsoft was originally the third affiliate program we added support for, but when Impact took over the program from Tradedoubler, we didn’t have an opportunity to update our front end to handle the new changes. With this update, full auto-affiliation support of Microsoft’s regional affiliate programs can now be managed from within the Geniuslink dashboard!
The Barnes & Noble Affiliate Program marks the seventh total affiliate program and the third book-related affiliate program (Amazon and Apple Books being the first two) Geniuslink supports. We are excited to add auto-affiliation support for BarnesAndNoble.com affiliate program to further support our authors, book publishers, and affiliate marketers recommending good books to their audiences.