Is there such a thing as “winning formula” for affiliates? Apparently, there is.
Malta-based affiliate network Matching Visions believes it has found the “total solution for affiliates to make their lives easier.” We have a quick chat to the guys behind Matching Visions, Dennis and Connah, to find out a bit more.
“We offer access to hundreds of campaigns with one registration, one login, one payment and one point of contact,” said Matching Visions CEO Dennis Dyhr-Hansen. “The deals we offer affiliates are extremely competitive and this paired with a state-of-the-art system and a number of exclusive promotions makes it a very attractive place for an affiliate to be.”
Matching Visions may be fairly new – the company is about to celebrate its second anniversary soon -but the company boasts of having a team that has been at the forefront of marketing and gaming industries for more than 12 years.
“We started off with a strong pool of affiliates from the offset and set about acquiring new affiliates, which came rapidly through our reputation for doing things the right way,” Connah explained. “We’ve come a long way in a relatively short space of time, outgrowing two offices, increasing our staff numbers by 400% and seeing constant month-on-month growth. Our roots are Danish, but we’re a diverse, fun company with staff members from England, Sweden, Norway, Malta and beyond.”
Dennis and Connah have been traveling around the world, and were recently in Bangkok and Las Vegas to gain some “great insights into new markets and territories.” Now, Matching Visions is getting ready to go all-in for the company’s first exhibit outside of Malta at the upcoming London Affiliate Conference (LAC Booth D28).
“We seem to have a winning formula so far, so we plan to build, strengthen and expand on that. We’re always looking for new features or functionality to make the service we offer even better than it already is.” Connah said “We’ve got big plans, so we now plan to put them into motion and make the next two years as successful as the first two.”