AdCanadian Targets Canadian Mobile Marketers at Dx3 Canada

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Canadian affiliate network goes beyond bread-and-butter solutions to help publishers monetize their traffic

AdCommunal meets Dx3 Canada

The Dx3 Canada show not only allows us the opportunity to monetize our own local traffic, but also offers those looking to get involved in digital marketing with a bevy of options that reflect our societal values as Canadians.

Despite the prevalence of online marketing within the US market, affiliate marketing remains a burgeoning initiative in the Canadian sphere. Many and most of the affiliate programs that are available to Canadians tend to trickle over from the neighbours to the South, which begs the question, why aren’t we monetizing our own opportunities?

Dx3 Canada, the only trade show dedicated to Digital Marketing, Digital Advertising and Digital Retail, ensures that Canadians have innovative solutions to their ad and vendor queries without looking across the border. Promising an eclectic mix of speakers and topics, including a rousing performance and exchange by CBC's The Debaters, Dx3 Canada's focus branches out beyond the fundamentals of a typical trade show, and creates an interactive setting so that attendees may participate in the experience. A number of the sessions will also allow guests to address their concerns on the open trade show floor.

AdCommunal, a performance-based ad network that deals primarily with US, UK, Canadian and International campaigns, has quite the vested interest in the Dx3 Canada Trade Show, as it addresses a number of the affiliate network's strengths within its various markets. AdCanadian and AdMobix, which fall under parent company AdCommunal, deal exclusively with Canadian and mobile campaigns respectively, both of which have seen a surge over the past year. As a performance based ad network, the advertiser is only charged when the specified desired action occurs, such as a registration, a lead, a download, an app install, or a call.

AdCanadian VP, Neil Raj, who has worked diligently at providing Canadian and Mobile marketers with tangible and avant-garde solutions, looks at the Dx3 Canada Trade Show as an investment in our own economy. “Though Canadians are still warming up to the concept of affiliate marketing, our consumers have been integral to the growth of this industry. The Dx3 Canada show not only allows us the opportunity to monetize our own local traffic, but also offers those looking to get involved in digital marketing with a bevy of options that reflect our societal values as Canadians.”

Be sure to visit the AdCanadian booth – booth #637 - at the Dx3 Canada Trade Show on January 25th and 26th, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Admission to the event is free, and allows access to a number of sessions and networking opportunities within the digital realm.

About AdCommunal
AdCommunal Inc. is a performance-based online marketing provider for advertisers, publishers and online affiliates in the United States, Canada and the UK. The company hosts one of the most progressive affiliate programs in the industry, providing some of the greatest return on investment for advertisers and highest payouts for publishers, with access to ad placements on various websites, blogs and social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, all on a performance basis.
With various gratuities and tools to expedite the learning curve for advertisers and publishers alike, AdCommunal is truly a one-stop shop for online connoisseurs. AdCanadian, (a Canadian affiliate network), AdMobix (a mobile affiliate network) and AdIndian (an Indian affiliate network)- AdCommunal's subsidiaries - provide the user with a sampling of different campaigns and diverse array of traffic sources, and ensure that the end-user’s overall experience is a truly enjoyable one.

For more information and to schedule interviews please contact Chrystal Mariyanayagam at 646-867-3977 or at chrystal(at)adcommunal(dot)com.

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