Publishers' Affiliate Revenues Are Flagging—Here's Why – Adweek

June 3, 2022
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After rising to historic peaks during the depths of the pandemic, some publishers’ affiliate businesses have slowed or declined in growth this year due to a variety of factors, tempering hopes that the programs could help media companies withstand market fluctuation.
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