Involve gives you the tools to manage and scale your partnership marketing programmes into a major driving force for your business
Involve gives you the tools to manage and scale your affiliate advertising programmes into a major driving force for your business
Whether it’s a social influencer, video, mobile app, or even a charity, Involve enables you to manage and track your online advertising partnerships accurately, all in one convenient dashboard.
Stop wasting time reaching out to partners manually. Involve helps you connect with over 200,000+ Partners effortlessly.
See how your campaigns are performing across any channel – Influencer, affiliate or website. See how much you’re truly earning.
Use our single platform to manage payments to your online advertising partners or to see how you’re getting paid – easily.
Traffic is directed through our links that work across web browsers & app
Involve filters and cleans the traffic to reduce fraud and duplication
Get a conversion. Either a click, a sale or, an app install
Conversions will be attributed to the deserving partners on a last-click basis
Involve will validate conversions and handle individual payouts automatically
Whether you’re a large advertiser, an online marketplace or a small online retailer, INVOLVE can help you drive visibility for your brand.
We can help manage & scale your partnerships on all channels, even on popular marketplaces.
Before: These brands previously managed their partnerships manually
After: Testimonials on how Involve scale & optimize partnerships
Involve increased Shopee’s partnerships from 2,000 to 20,000 partners within 2 years.
“Our growth would not have been possible without Involve’s support. Involve has been one of our biggest affiliate partners from the start, and a benchmark & role model to our other partners.”
Involve saves time onboarding new partnerships & optimizes your existing ones
“Involve saves us so much time by not having to reach out to new partners one by one. Involve also optimized our existing partnerships, where we saw a 3.4% growth despite implementing a commission cut.”