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Landing page creation

When using our tracker, there is no need to store the landing pages on the same hosting service with the tracker and use PHP to them. For the work of the lander, you only need to insert the link:

<a href="">To offer</a>

Attention! The parameter ?lp=1 in the link do not need to change under any circumstances! Even if you use multioffer landing.

You can take the URL for the passing in the Settings option in the Click URL field.

Once you set the correct link to your lander, you need to add it into the system. To do this, press the Create button in the Landing pages section.

The following window will appear:

Enter the name of your lander into the Name field in the system.


Enter your lander URL in the URL input field. You can use tokens to pass different click parameters to the lander such as device name, operating system and the user's browser, country, city, operator.


The following tokens are available:

{clickid}ID of click
{user_id}ID of user in tracker
{campaign}ID of campaign-source click
{campaign_name}Name of campaign
{path_name}Name of path in campaign
{rule_name}Name of rule in campaign
{campaign_key}Key of campaign
{trafficsource}ID of traffic source
{trafficsource_name}Name of traffic source
{external_id}External ID token
{domain}Domain of campaign
{lander}ID of landing page
{referer}Referer of click
{time}Time of click
{htime}Encrypted time of click
{device_name}Full device name where the click came from
{device_brand}Device brand
{device_model}Device model
{browser_name}Browser name
{browser_version}Browser version
{resolution}Resolution of display
{os_name}User’s operation system
{os_version}OS version
{country}User’s country
{country_code}Code of country
{language}User's language
{city}Город пользователя
{isp}Mobile operator
{ip}User’s IP-address
{user_agent}Browser User Agent
{offer}ID of offer
{t1}, {t2}, {t3} ... {t10}Sources tokens
{tName:NAME}Traffic source tokens by name ({tName:zoneid})
{lp_key}Key for protected lander

For example, you want to pass the device name to the lander. Then the lander URL will look this:{device_name}

How to display the settings on the landing page you can read here .


Groups are needed for a quick search when you select a landing page in your campaign settings, or to view the group statistics in the Offers section. It’s possible to group by vertical, category, type of traffic, and so on. You can also group landers, based on your personal work system. To add a new group, choose from the list the Add new item. Under the list will appear a new field for the name of the new group.

Choose the lander language in the Language field and click on Save. The lander will be add to the system.

Bulk upload

In order to add landings to the tracker in batches, click the Import button. A window will open. Copy the following format:
Name|URL[|Group|Landing's language (EN..)|Number of offers in Landing]
One line for one landing. Values in [ ] brackets are optional. If you do not specify them, the tracker will set empty values.
In the group place you need to specify its ID.
After all rows added - click Import at the bottom of the window to add landings.


There are situations when it is necessary to send a user from the same landing to several different places, i.e. make on landing 2+ buttons, so each could send to a certain offer.
To do so, tracker has a parameter &to_offer=N which sends the user to the N'th offer.
As a result, the link to the offside inside the landing will look like this:

This functionality will work only if you specify the required number of offers in landing's settings.