Introducing “Apply To Run”: Giving Clickbooth platform users increased visibility to more offers

Apply To Run feature is a new tool available for affiliate users.

Clickbooth prides itself on continuously updating our platform to enhance user productivity and effectiveness to grow their business. And after receiving feedback from our partners, we have added new “Apply To Run” offers, which opens affiliates up to view offers that might not necessarily be within their normal traffic competencies.

Clickbooth VP of Product, Julie Martin, says “We strongly feel this platform update will allow our affiliate partners to drive increased traffic to offers, that potentially in the past they might not have had visibility to. Affiliates will now see a new “Apply To Run” status on certain offers. Once the affiliate has received approval, they can then send traffic to those offers just as they would in the past. Clickbooth prides itself on ‘Thinking Bigger’ for our partners. The “Apply To Run” update does just that.”  


The affiliate clicks on the offer’s details or goes to “Create Offer Group” for this “Apply To Run” offer. They will then be asked to Request Approval. Offer Status will show as Pending until they are approved by an Admin to run.



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