How to Track Revcontent Ads With ClickMagick

How to Track Revcontent Ads With ClickMagick

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Hey all!

In this video, I go over Revcontent tracking with you when it comes to ClickMagick.

ClickMagick is a tool that helps you track clicks and conversions to your website/funnel, so using it in conjunction with Revcontent can make for some powerful tailoring/improving of your ads.

In particular, Revcontent uses 8 different tokens for tracking, and I go over all of them in this video.

4 are listed here in their FAQ and I explain how to use all the 4 listed here as well as the other 4 not listed:

However really, you need to just use 2 – content ID, and adv_targets.

This is because this information tells you what the exact ad is that generated you the conversion, and what was the ‘keyword’, or targeting group that generated it.

I also highly recommend that you set up postback URL tracking so that you can actually optimize the campaigns using sale data rather than just conversion data, such as actions or engagements.

Here are some videos where I cover postback URL tracking:

1. MaxBounty postback URL setup: />
2. ClickBank postback URL setup: />
3. PeerFly postback URL setup: />
Once you get the postback URLs setup (if your network is not listed, then just follow the same steps I do in these videos but for your network), optimizing and improving your campaigns should be a breeze as you remove the targeting groups that aren’t working for you, and invest more into interest groups that are.

Same applies to ads, as you can focus more on the good ads that are doing the job for you, and remove the ads that aren’t performing.

You can use up to 5 Sub-IDs with ClickMagick, so that means that you can use up to 5 different tokens to track the data with.

One thing I did note is that you may see the same exact information for a tracking link in ClickMagick if the first 2 Sub-IDs are exact the same, regardless of whether the last 3 are the same or not.

To combat this, you can either stick to just 2 Sub-IDs – the most important ones that I mentioned – or you can just download the CSV report for your tracking link, and then just match the IPs of the conversion data from your tracking link to the report, and get all the detailed stats for the Sub-IDs that way.

The choice is totally yours and there is no one ‘right’ way of doing this.

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10 thoughts on “How to Track Revcontent Ads With ClickMagick”

  1. Could you please suggest which one is better tracking tool. You use Clickmagick, must be doing good for you. I have also seen VOLUUM. I just want to know your opinion about which is preferable? For me Clickmagick is simple, easy to understand. I found VOLUUM a bit complexed.

  2. Great video as always Ivan. This industry need more kind people like you. Salute
    One question; how would u compare Revcontent , contentID and outbrain? In what situation or market niche we should use which one and their difficulties and etc?

  3. hi Ivan, i followed your video and ran traffic from revcontent to my offer using CM
    so i downloaded the CSV dashboard as i want to optimize my campaign

    i see the referrer have 3 format

    one is like a string of IPs

    one is normal website url

    one is showing NA

    i know native is famous for having bot click, so may i ask do i blacklist both IP address website url and also those showing NA pls?

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