Apple Cutting Down App Store Affiliate Commissions
Small Business Trends has reported that Apple is cutting App Store affiliate commissions May 1 onward. The new commission will be 2.5% instead of 7%. According to David Williams, Apple informed abou tthe commission change by sending an email to its affiliates.
Greg Sterling says, “Apple launched app-store Search Ads in October 2016. Since that time they’ve received praise from developers as a high-converting, high-value app discovery tool. Today the company is announcing that Search Ads will become available in the UK, Australia and NZ. The booking UI opens today and ad serving begins on April 25. Developers […]
Greg Sterling says, “According to a report yesterday, fingerprint-enabled Apple Pay is coming to mobile websites. One popular angle on this news is that the move will potentially cut into PayPal’s leadership position; however, the more important potential impact is the acceleration of mobile commerce more broadly. Re/code reported that Apple Pay for mobile sites […]
Ginny Marvin says, “That did not last long. Apple has pulled ad-blocking apps like Been Choice that we wrote about earlier in the week over privacy concerns. As other have said, it was curious that Apple allowed these kinds of apps to get into the App Store in the first place. IMore reported last night that apps that install root […]
Ariel Bogle says, “Apple Pay, Apple’s first foray into mobile payments, was announced by the technology heavyweight in September last year, but its global roll out hasn’t been all smooth sailing. It ran into multiple problems on the London Tube after its UK introduction, while take up in the U.S. seems to be a little […]
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