Introduction guide: Welcome Nordic Advertisers

All Artefact Affiliate / NetBooster publisher accounts have been migrated to Daisycon. A few important steps are required by you. In this FAQ we will tell you more about this.


Welcome to Daisycon Nordics

Recently, Artefact Affiliate / NetBooster has become a part of Daisycon. For those of you who haven’t heard about Daisycon, Daisycon is the leading Affiliate and lead generation network in the Netherlands, with more than 100 employees in several countries. This means that Artefact Affiliate in Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland has become Daisycon Nordics.

You can now benefit from more international publishers and state-of-the-art technological solutions. The local team in Scandinavia will remain your trusted partners.

In this guide you will find the FAQ for this development. This FAQ has two sections:

Section 1: Financial

  • My invoice looks different then the invoice I used to receive from NetBooster, why is this?
    With the merge of Artefact/NetBooster Affiliate to Daisycon, the layout of the invoice has also changed. This is just a visual and textual change, as no changes have been made to the financial agreements of your campaign.


  • I’ve received an invoice but I want to get a specification of the costs, where can I find this?
    On the invoice, we give you the total amount of CPS and  CPL. If you want a specification of the invoice, please send a specification request via email. We will be glad to provide you with a specification of your invoice.


  • I have a question about invoices dated February 2019 or before- how can i contact Artefact/NetBooster?
    Please contact our administration via email. We will send your question or request to the right department.


  • When do I get my (monthly) invoice?
    We send invoices around the 10-15th and 25-30th each month.



  • what are the payment terms for all invoices?
    The standard Daisycon  payment term is 14 days.


  • I haven’t received the invoice over sales of February already. What happened?
    Due to the migration of Artefact / NetBooster, we are fully engaged in setting up the administration. not all sales invoices are yet complete. We will send the invoice before the end of March 2019.

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Section 2: Legal 

  • Which company am I doing business with?
    Per February 2019 Artefact/NetBooster Affiliate has become part of Daisycon Nordics ApS.  CVR 40127291. Daisycon Nordics ApS holds office in Aarhus. Mariane Thomsens Gade 1 C, 3. 4, 8000 Aarhus C, Denmark and you can get in contact with us via +45 41 60 56 68, or via you regular contact person.


  • I have an agreement with NetBooster, what happens to this agreement?
    All the financial agreements you agreed upon in your contract with Artefact/NetBooster Affiliate remain in effect. Daisycon continues these agreements. However, the General Terms and Conditions of Sales and Delivery of Daisycon apply to all our collaborations. If you have any questions about your contract or our General Terms and Conditions of Sales and Delivery, please contact our legal department via


  • Where can I find the General Terms and Conditions of Sales and Delivery of Daisycon?
    You can find our General Terms and Conditions of Sales and Delivery by clicking here.


  • How does Daisycon comply with the GDPR?
    Daisycon Nordics ApS has a processor agreement with its Advertisers and Publishers, containing the provisions regarding the processing of data, as referred to in the General Data Protection Regulation. Daisycon Nordics ApS uses the services of Daisycon B.V. for the processing of the transactions registered with the system. Daisycon B.V. acts as a sub-processor under this agreement.



  • Where does Daisycon store advertisers’ data?
    The servers Daisycon uses for its Affiliate Marketing service are managed in separate locations within the Netherlands by external hosting providers. These are ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certified. A separate processor agreement has been concluded with the hosting providers by Daisycon.


  • Is Daisycon personnel aware of the rules concerning privacy and data protection?
    We at Daisycon are convinced that people’s behaviour is the number one most important factor in data security. This is also one of the main principles of the GDPR. Daisycon personnel is well-informed about what is and is not permitted when it comes to data. There are rules and there is a separate policy regarding incoming data.

    In addition, there is a security and escalation protocol. Data policy is regularly brought to the attention of personnel and is included in the Daisycon employment terms and conditions.


  • Which data and / or personal data from the advertisers does Daisycon store?
    Daisycon maintains the principle of privacy by design. This means that Daisycon only stores data that is necessary for its services. We do not store direct personal data for our Affiliate Marketing department, but some data when combined can be traced back to a person. Therefore, these data can be seen as personal data. This concerns the following data: IP addresses, cookie IDs and transaction IDs.

    IP addresses are truncated (hashed) before being stored and directly encrypted via an irreversible MD5 hash. This creates a unique parameter that we can use to trace the uniqueness of transactions, without this being traceable to an individual after processing.

    Cookies and matching data are only used for assigning transactions to Publishers and never used to create behavioral profiles.

    The pseudonymised Transaction ID of the Advertiser can be associated by the Advertiser to a person and thereby can be seen as personal data. This Transaction ID is only available to the Advertiser and is linked to an anonymous Daisycon transaction ID, only this Daisycon transaction ID is shared with the publisher for alignment purposes.

    Advertisers also pass on transaction data to us. This data is generally completely anonymous and cannot be traced back to a person. As mentioned above, Daisycon applies the principle of privacy by design and advises the advertiser not to provide any personal data in the transaction data. This is always checked at the start of a campaign or when changing a conversion pixel.

    For our Lead Generation service where the landing page is hosted by the advertiser, the request data are not stored by Daisycon. For lead campaigns where the landing page is hosted by Daisycon for their customers, the registrant requested data are stored by Daisycon. This data is kept as short as possible after delivery to the customer, taking into account legal regulations.

    Daisycon has standard processor agreements for the storage and processing of personal data. Daisycon has an advanced legal system, which means that only authorized personnel can access certain transaction data.

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If you have more questions regarding the migration, please contact the Daisycon Nordics team: