Affiliatly lets e-commerce owners set up, run and track manageable affiliate programmes quickly and easily, thus improving traffic and conversions for their business. By syncing Affiliatly to Sourcetable, and combining data from the platform with inputs from other apps and databases, users can keep track of their affiliate engagement and performance in the context of other key metrics.
Sourcetable intuitively compiles key data from Affiliatly and other platforms, allowing users to automate processes and freeing up time to focus on other important aspects of their business.
By syncing Affiliatly data to Sourcetable, users can query multiple databases without having to learn SQL – granting all team members access to key affiliate programme data.
Sourcetable’s full suite of visualization tools caters to all your reporting needs, including visually striking dashboards, bar charts and line graphs, burn charts, mapping, scatter plots and more.
Use out of the box, tried and tested templates to merge and automate Affiliatly findings, and enhance data collaboration across your entire organisation
Analyse and cross-reference Affiliatly data instantly in cross-channel reports
Compile all relevant Affiliatly data into a single spreadsheet, to query it and find the key business insights behind the numbers.
Online businesses integrating Affiliatly with Sourcetable have access to all relevant data on affiliates, links, sales, conversions and traffic.
Retail online stores(eCommerce)
Retail offline stores
Software as a Service(SaaS) companies
Affiliatly + Sourcetable
Affiliatly + Mailchimp
Affiliatly + HubSpot + MySQL
Affiliatly + Facebook Ads
Connect and query Affiliatly data alongside insights from 30+ other sources, to inform decisions and improve your affiliate programme and operations
Create workflow templates based on key data from Affiliatly and other platforms, and share with your team members, no knowledge of SQL required
Automate recurring Affiliatly data and processes, freeing up more time to focus on selling your product