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    Hi,

    I have a landing page which has multiple affiliate offers on it which linkout/redirect to 3rd party landing pages. The traffic source I am using is Google Adwords and the tracking software I've been advised to use is Linktrackr. Each of the offers come from different affiliate networks. With each network I am able to place tracking pixels. I plan to have more than one landing page for different countries. Each country landing page is differentiated by subdomain.

    I want to be able to track the affiliate campaigns back to the adwords campaigns and keywords so that I can better optimize our PPC and achieve ROI.

    I need someone on here who is a Linktrackr/affiliate marketing expert to help on how to set up the account best suited to the above mentioned. I am little confused as how to do this.

    Your help in providing me with specific instructions would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks
    Chaz

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    You can do it with Voluum pretty easy. Just add your page as Lander and change links to trackable by Voluum. As a result you will be able to see how many clicks reach offer linked from your page is getting and which keyword from AdWords are making you profit.

    If you need help, PM me and I'll look into your page.

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    As an FYI, there are restrictions in place that prevent PM's to/from users who have not established themselves here yet.
    It comes with time and contributing posts ... won't take you long I'm sure
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    Quote Originally Posted by popdawg View Post
    As an FYI, there are restrictions in place that prevent PM's to/from users who have not established themselves here yet.
    It comes with time and contributing posts ... won't take you long I'm sure
    Thank your for letting me know, popdawg. Looks like these rules is what keeps ABestWeb such a friendly community.

    Sorry for posting referral link (and direct link?). Funny thing is that I am not affiliated with Voluum, just love it. Anyway, forum members are big boys and know how to search Google for product sites by name.

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