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
The provided code should be placed in the code of the target advertised page.
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]
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.
Data can be tracked in the Site Statistics menu: