Income Access has partnered with Rightlander, as it looks to continues the process of strengthening its marketing compliance proficiency.
As part of the deal, Rightlander’s scanning and monitoring product will be integrated with Income Access’ award-winning affiliate platform.
With heightened advertising regulations requiring operators to ensure responsible marketing practices, Rightlander offers Income Access clients an automatic site-scanning solution to easily review advertising campaigns and help meet compliance needs. The Rightlander solution will complement Income Access’s robust ad serving and campaign management tool, which has won eGaming Review’s B2B ‘Affiliate Software’ Award four times since 2013.
Sarafina Wolde Gabriel, Vice President of Strategy at Income Access, stated: “Ensuring regulatory compliance and responsible affiliate marketing practices are vitally important focuses for Income Access and the wider iGaming industry. We’re therefore excited to partner with Rightlander, whose product will provide operators with a cutting-edge software, custom-built for affiliate marketing’s future.”
Designed to significantly reduce the manual checking of affiliate sites, Rightlander’s technology scans and analyses content and links, and provides detailed reports, including both link and brand mentions. Rightlander also locates and reports domains with brand mentions of which operators may be unaware.
The addition of the Rightlander product, with its significant time and cost efficiencies, allows for better monitoring of advertising campaigns. Brands will also benefit from the ability to track, analyse and optimise all aspects of their marketing campaigns while maintaining regulatory standards for its target market(s).
Ian Sims, Director at Rightlander, added: “We are delighted to partner with a brand like Income Access, having worked with them as an affiliate for more than a decade. We feel our combined services will support affiliate programmes to better manage their advertising campaigns and support affiliates to stay compliant.”