Admitad Tapfiliate is now available on Shopify

Admitad’s cloud-based affiliate and referral tracking software Tapfiliate expands its merchant reach and launches its app on the Shopify store. Through this step, our solutions are seamlessly integrated into one of the most popular e-commerce platforms for online stores available today.

Shopify merchants are now able to tap countless opportunities of affiliate and referral sales without a single line of code needed. Direct integration of Tapfiliate lets them set up and run a referral marketing, affiliate marketing, or any other program. To welcome Shopify merchants, Tapfiliate offers them an additional bonus – free 14-day trial for new customers. 

Shopify holds a market share of 31% percent among all US websites that use ecommerce technologies, according to BuiltWith. Its worldwide market share amounts to 21%. According to these figures, Shopify is the biggest ecommerce platform in the United States and the second biggest ecommerce platform worldwide.

Shopify is currently used by 3,7 million live websites and online stores. The fact that we are able to provide a community of this scale with a way to increase revenues, cultivate customer loyalty, and recruit new partners makes us extremely proud.

Just a few weeks ago we rolled out the Tapfiliate module on another leading ecommerce platform, PrestaShop. For clients of such top-grade platforms as WooCommerce, LightSpeed, Magento and Ecwid a comfortable and seamless integration of its tools was already available.

We continue to focus on expanding the accessibility of our tools and solutions for our customers. Within the next month, the Tapfiliate software will be integrated with Wix, a major web development service for merchants and digital projects. As we continue to add functionality, we plan to add several more important integrations by the end of the year, making the work with our tools faster and easier for millions of website and online store owners.

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