Event Tracking

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This option allows to track user actions on the pre-landing and landing page.
In Site Statistics you can see the following data:
Pre-landing visits - number of visits to your ad
Pre-landing useful visits - number of useful (user’s stay on the page for more than 5 seconds) pre-landing visits
Pre-landing scroll - number of pre-landing scrolling
Land visits - number of landings visits
Land Useful Visits - number of useful (user’s stay on a page for more than 5 seconds) landing page visits
Land Scroll - number of Landing Scrolls

In order to track events on the landing page, you must:
In your account, in the list of campaigns in the "Management" column, click on "Event Tracking" button

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The provided code should be placed in the code of the target advertised page.

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Statistics on the events can be viewed in the menu "statistics by sites". For the code to work, you need to add this macro to the advertised link: an = [ACTL] Example: http: // YOUR_SITE_Address /? An = [ACTL]

If you have your own pre-landing and landing pages and you want to track events on both of them, then besides specifying the [ACTL] macro in the advertised link, you also need the following:
1) Transfer the value of the [ACTL] macro to all pre-landing links that lead to the landing page
2) you need to specify the event tracking code on both of these pages

1) To transfer the values ​​of a macro, you can, for example, enter the parameter <? Php echo $ _GET ['parameter'];?> in the provided space on the pre-landing page that lead to your landing page. Note: this method can be implemented only on php pages. The advertiser sets up the transmission of macro values ​​manually.

An example for getting the an parameter for landing links:

Pre - Landing Link :
 http://prelendtest.net/?an= [ACTL] 
Landing link in the pre-lending code :
 lendingtest.net/an = <? php echo $ _GET ['an'];?> 

2) On the pre-landing and landing page, make sure to place your event tracking code. The code will differ in one parameter. The parameter in the code will be its context: “prelanding” parameter for pre-landing page, and “landing” parameter for landing page.

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Data can be tracked in the Site Statistics menu:

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