Advidi

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company

Advidi is an affiliate marketing network based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.[1] Their office is located in the Waterwijk neighborhood.

History

The company was founded in 2012 by Mike Schwalbach (co-developer of Dutch property search engine Funda) and Iwert Dijkema, initially as a closed network. In 2014, the company began accepting applications from affiliate marketers and advertisers outside of the existing network. Advidi is a subsidiary of BANG! Media Group and shares registration at the Dutch Chamber of Commerce (KvK).[2] The company was listed on affiliate network review aggregates Crunchbase[3] and Affpaying[4] in 2013.

Office

The company is located in the former machine pump building in Amsterdam West, a historic building dating from the early 1900s.[5] The machine pump building remained in use by the Municipal Water Supply until 1996, when it was converted into a cafe, single-room hotel and warehouse-style offices.[6][7] The office was designed by local Dutch artist Osiris Hertman.[8]

Areas of service

The company provides cost per action (CPA) optimization for affiliates in a variety of new media advertising markets, with primary operation in four verticals: Dating, Health & Beauty, Mainstream and Casino.[9]

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