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CampaignEQ launches affiliate and customer referral tracking for Shopify, Magento, Big Commerce, Business Catalyst

SANTA MONICA, Calif., March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With their latest platform release, CampaignEQ (http://www.campaigneq.com) becomes the first enterprise SaaS platform to offer a complete affiliate and customer referral tracking solution to the largest hosted e-commerce providers like Shopify, Magento, Big Commerce and Adobe's Business Catalyst.

Now starting at just $19 per month, small advertisers and e-commerce companies can benefit from CampaignEQ's complete marketing management, optimization and referral tracking solution, only previously available to small and medium enterprise customers.

CampaignEQ's realtime platform allows marketers to manage and optimize all incoming traffic channels: CPC, CPL, CPA, affiliate networks and customer referrals. With features like mobile optimization and AB testing, complete tag management, Google Adwords integration for log-based SEM conversion tracking, full product catalog support, and a simple customer referral widget integration, small advertisers can now run an enterprise grade performance marketing program on a budget.

CampaignEQ founders Dirk McGregor and William Belk think the 'long tail' of the e-commerce and web service industry holds great promise. "There are a lot of very intuitive and creative small marketers out there that are denied access to the enterprise tools they need, simply based on entry price," said Belk, CampaignEQ's Head of Product & Technology. "Our most exciting customers to date have grown on our platform from very small operations, and now some of them are confidently placing $100,000 per month media buys. That's very rewarding to see."

About CampaignEQ
CampaignEQ is a high-performance marketing attribution platform for advertisers.

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