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Affilka, the affiliate management platform operated by Malta-based SOFTSWISS experienced a promising April, launching a new wave of projects with respected brands.

Each project took advantage of the Affilka solution for promoting the partner brand and increasing gaming traffic.

Indeed, the platform offers a vast array of tools for achieving “excellent results,” including an “ultra-flexible commission constructor,” built-in payment processing, and real-time data available in CSV, JSON and XML formats or via the recently launched Reports API feature.

Since the affiliate marketing platform was officially launched in 2018, it has helped more than 130 brands in achieving their business goals. New partnerships have allowed Affilka by SOFTSWISS to strengthen its market presence. 

“This spring is a fruitful time for the Affilka team. We’re happy to welcome new affiliate programs launched in April! It’s a pleasure to see that interest, and most importantly, confidence in our product continues to grow. That’s what we always strive for when improving our product,” commented Anastasia Borovaya, product owner at Affilka.

The brands Affilka collaborated with in April include: DolceVita Partners, FoggyStar Partners, Punch Partners, Affiliates, and others.

“We have been working together for some time now and we can safely say this was the most inspired decision. Having a platform that helps with so many technical aspects is something that an end user will eventually benefit from,” highlighted the team.

“The marketing options, affiliate database management, email software are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to our software needs. As we were already in the process of expanding, choosing Afflika created a new stress-free environment for our team.

“Our integration with Affilka generated an enormous boost so far, and we are confident these great results won’t stop here,” they added.

SOFTSWISS is a widely-acclaimed iGaming expert supplying certified software solutions for managing gambling operations. The company has an international team, which counts over 1000 employees, and has an official presence in Malta, Belarus, Poland, and Georgia.


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