- OnlineAllowed - Disallowed Media:
Cashback - Allowed
Community - Allowed
Content - Allowed
Discount Code - Allowed
Email - Allowed
Loyalty - Allowed
Search - Allowed
Behavioural Retargeting - Forbidden
Media Brokers - Forbidden
Are there any other restrictions that publishers need to consider? For example promoting adult content or age restricted products - No
Discount codes Policy :
We reserve the right to withhold payment of commission if unauthorised voucher codes are used in an affiliate sale. We appreciate that consumers may use voucher codes that they have found via a site other than that which is awarded the sale and this will be investigated before decisions on commission payment are made. Any affiliate found to be displaying unauthorised codes may also have their commission set to zero until the code(s) are removed.
Where voucher codes are issued with an expiry date this should be clearly displayed, and codes should be removed or explicitly marked as expired after this date unless you are advised otherwise. Any affiliates displaying expired codes without marking them as being expired may be suspended from the programme.
Affiliate PPC Guidelines :
The Hut Group operates a strict policy on Paid Search activity. These Terms and Conditions are applicable on any advertising platform, including, but not limited to, search engines, advertising networks and social media placements.These Affiliate PPC restrictions apply to and include The Hut Group parent site, its sister sites and any of its subsidiaries.
Restrictions include, but are not limited to the following:
My Bag, MyBag, MyBag.com, My Bag.com, www.mybag.com,
MyBag Vouchers, MyBag.com Vouchers, MyBag Codes, MyBag Voucher Codes, MyBag Discount codes, MyBag.com codes
Please do not use the word ‘official’ in your advertisements.
We are happy for affiliates to bid on generic terms, however direct linking is prohibited. Any affiliates who do not abide by these rules do risk having their commissions set to zero and possible suspension.PPC Policy Definition :
If publishers promote you via PPC, will they be entitled to full commission? - Yes
If publishers directly link to your website from search engines, will they receive full commission? - No
If publishers use your brand name in their display URL, will they receive full commission? - Yes
If publishers use your brand name in their paid search title and description, will they receive full commission? - Yes
If publishers add your brand name into their negative keyword list, will they receive full commission? - Yes
If publishers display their ads when your brand name or variations of your brand name are entered as search keywords, will they receive full commission? (e.g. vodafone, voda fone) - No
If publishers display their ads when misspellings of your brand name are entered as search keywords will they receive full commission? (e.g. vodofone) - No
If publishers display their ads when your brand name and another word are entered as search keywords, will they receive full commission? (e.g. Vodafone Mobile) - No
Do you have a restricted group of publishers who can earn commission on sales generated by brand related terms? - Yes
For any agreed publisher paid search activity, will publishers be paid for sales generated from the following search engines? - yes
Google, Yahoo, Bing, Other - Yes
Are there any specific search terms (keywords) where sales from publisher PPC ads will not be eligible to earn commission - Yes