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Definition:

Exclusivity refers to an agreement term in which a party yields another party the sole rights regarding a specific trade function.

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A few advertising networks command exclusivity. Others do not require exclusivity, though they propose much greater charges for an exclusive proceeding than the usual charges set for non-exclusive proceedings.

Many rep firms demand exclusiveness because of the comprehensive connections they possess with their publishers.

Several affiliate networks attempt to ask for exclusivity for their traders, though different affiliate networks have worked to take advantage of this by raising their non-exclusive agreements.

Various affiliate programs command exclusivity by affiliate programs that remain in their product division. However, there are several exemptions, as some of these affiliate programs are credible enough to ask for such requests.

 

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