2018
05.25

We recently update Terms & Condition and ,Privacy & Cookies Policy to clarify how we protect your personal information in keeping with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Please check it and accept it to continue our common work.

Attention! It is not a legal advice! 

What exactly is GDPR?

GDPR is a regulation spearheaded by the three legislative European Union institutions: the European Parliament, European Commission, and Council of the European Union. It brings in some key changes to the current data protection laws in the European Union. Companies now need to get explicit consent from the users in order to process their data which is available online. GDPR aims to return the control to the internet users in the EU over their data and make the regulatory environment simpler for international business. Before GDPR, the users’ consent was implicit, but now it has to be explicit. Pre-checked boxes or implied consent won’t work with GDPR. Companies can now only process the data of those consumers who have explicitly asked for it. This substantially reduces the scope of data collection, and consequently, of the amount of data being collected. Moreover, the data that is collected has to be used only for specific purposes and not for any new and incompatible purposes.

What is ePrivacy?

It is currently a directive in the EU legislation, but is in the process of being transformed into a regulation. It aims to protect the privacy and data of the citizens of EU and also of the European Economic Area (EEA), which includes Norway, Iceland, and Liechtenstein. It is majorly focused on respecting the users’ private lives when using electronic communications. Once in place, the ePrivacy will regulate the processes of placing, accessing, and using identification technologies on users’ devices according to the revised definition of personal data as per the GDPR.

The scope of GDPR:

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a set of new regulations which are meant to increase the protection of EU citizens’ data. This is of utmost importance if your organization does business within the European Union or collects data on EU citizens, regardless of your physical presence in the EU. This applies to even the non-EU companies who monitor the behaviour of or offer goods or services to the EU citizens. Even ‘clouds’ are not exempted from this. The entire global ad tech ecosystem, including publishers, agencies, DMPs, DSPs, ad exchanges and everyone else in digital advertising are under the purview of GDPR. In case of non-compliance, heavy penalties will be levied.

The extent of the penalties:

The extent of the fine depends on the seriousness of the breach. There are different levels or tiers of fine. A maximum penalty of up to 4% of the annual global turnover of the organization or €20 million, whichever is higher, can be levied upon the culprits. This can cause a serious damage to your company’s earnings. This will be charged in case of the most serious breach of the policy i.e. lack of sufficient and an unambiguous consent from the customers which will be considered as the infringement of the personal data protection policy.

Which data is considered as “personal data”?

Any data related to a human or a ‘Data Subject’ which can be used to identify the person either directly or indirectly is considered as personal data. This data may include anything like a photo, a name, an email address, phone number, posts on social networking websites, medical information, bank details, a computer IP address or cookie identifiers.

It is a “regulation” and not a “directive”

The EU vast and comprises of many member nations. Therefore, there were multiple divisions of data privacy regulations between these member nations. In order to address this issue and harmonize the data protection laws across the EU, the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC was brought into effect on 24 October 1995. But, as it was only a “directive”, it left some space for interpretation while converting into individual national law. Taking into consideration this fact, in combination with the rapidly changing dynamics of data in today’s digital evolution, an update to the current data protection laws was long called for. GDPR is set to fix these issues and make data protection even stronger.

These are the major highlights of GDPR in a nutshell. We hope this helps you with your data policies, gives you a heads-up on the upcoming GDPR, and prepares you to handle it well.

ClickPapa Team

 

2018
01.03

ClickPapa Advertisers!

Dear Advertisers,

Let us help you reach your targets by providing you these bonuses when you deposit funds to ClickPapa.

If your deposit is between $200 and $1,500 we give 5% bonus, between $1,500 and $3,000 we give 10% bonus and above $3,000 we give you 15%.

Recently we implemented post filters, so when you buy traffic, you only have to pay for traffic passing our filters. Check your advertising statistics for filtered and valid spent and ask your account manager for more details!

To get this DEPOSIT BONUS You only have to leave a note “Happy New Year” in the optional note box at your deposit via wire, paxum or paypal or contact your account manager and to your deposit the appropriate bonus will be added automatically by our system.This offer is available till the 20th of January,2018.

2016
11.24

Hey everyone!

You want to know which zones perform well for you and which don’t?

We care about you and your business! Follow these steps to make sure you see every conversion and your campaigns will be optimized for the biggest possible revenues!


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  • Go to Google Analytics and select Customization. Once you are here, select New Custom Report.

  • Set up the report. Remember to click the image for a full view to make sure you added everything we need from you!

  • Once you are done with it, you can see the traffic reports!

  • You can set custom dates to get reports from any interval!

  • If everything is set, log in to ClickPapa and go to your profile!

  • Scroll down to the bottom of the page and press Request New Token. Once you requested the token, you’ll be able to see your Traffic Report email address immediately.

  • Set up an email report at Google Analytics. The sender has to be you and the consignee has to be your traffic report email you got. Select daily frequency. Your traffic report will be sent to us as an attachment.


If you set this up, adding your own parameters to your landing URLs won’t cause any problems, since we’ll get the report from Google Analytics! Optimizing has never been this easy!

What are you waiting for? Head to Google Analytics, set everything up and start making money with ClickPapa!

2016
04.14

AW Awards ClickPapa

 

We have been nominated in AW AWARDS 2016 – Best ad network / traffic company!

 

Go and cast your vote Here!

 

 

2016
03.21

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The suspense is over!

ClickPapa, your favorite traffic partner will be present at
The Phoenix Forum, 2016
March 31 – April 3, Tempe, AZ

To schedule a meeting, please contact Matt
(Skype: matt.clickpapa)

Have a great time!

 

2016
03.10

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ClickPapa infographic

 

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2016
03.07

Sub Affiliate ID tracking

Sub Affiliate ID tracking on ClickPapa

 

ClickPapa Publishers are now able to track sub affiliate codes within their spots!
This is a great way to see which of your traffic source works best with our advertisers.

Log in to your account and start earning smarter!

2016
02.22

See you at TES2016

We are glad to announce that ClickPapa will be present at The European Summit this year in Sitges, Spain, 29 Feb – 3 Mar.

Look for Csaba (CEO) or Zoltan (Account mgr.) to talk traffic or just have fun!

 

2016
01.26

Weekly payouts!

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Improved cash flow!

 

Effective from today, ClickPapa pays its Publishers and Affiliates Weekly

If you have any questions, please contact us or hit up your account manager.


Enjoy!

 

2016
01.18

IP Range Targeting on ClickPapa

 

That’s right, Advertisers!

As a new feature on ClickPapa, you can cherry-pick your preferred Internet Providers country by country to exclude unwanted areas or mobile carriers, having a more focused campaign.

You can now use your own database of IP ranges tailored to your business needs!

Log in to your account and adjust your campaigns (or make new ones) and see how we can boost your campaign efficiency even more!