Moonpull Exhibiting at PI Live 2022
PI Live is the leading affiliate industry conference in Europe and the Moonpull team will be taking the conversation on affiliate tracking to a wider audience. Our founder, Steven Brown will be one of the speakers at the conference heading up a Q&A session on the Wednesday morning. The session titled “Identifying and Understanding Compromised Tracking”, will tackle the issues around affiliate commission erosion.
Of course there is a full programme of excellent content which you can find in the Agenda (and in the app if you’re registered). Organisers are expecting around 3,000 attendees and over 60 exhibitors and sponsors and you’ll find Moonpull on the ground floor, close to the centre of the action.
Tackle Commission Erosion
Our main message for the show is to help all in the affiliate industry to tackle the issues that lead to commission erosion and share the simple and the more comprehensive solutions to the issues. You can read more on the issues in some of our recent blog articles which should help any advertiser or publisher to understand the issues with more clarity.
Every publisher’s affiliate revenue is compromised through issues in how tracking is implemented. The Moonpull1000 analysis of affiliate links across all major networks regularly throws up issues that affect tracking technologies.
In an industry where the technologies in use for tracking have so many moving parts, this is very much a moving landscape. Moonpull is designed to give publishers visibility of how that affects tracking and the ability to accurately receive commission for affiliate sales.
Next up is PI Live Miami
April 2023 sees this leading show move across the pond to central Miami – if you’ve not got your ticket they are still available. Moonpull will also be sponsoring the PMA Cocktail Happy Hour on Tuesday and look forward to meeting PMA members there.
Book a meeting with the team at the conference to discuss how Moonpull can help audit your affiliate tracking.
You can read more about the issues that are affecting tracking in our recent blog posts.