Top 5 Reasons to Use ClickMagick (Even If Your Traffic Source Can Already Track Conversions)

Top 5 Reasons to Use ClickMagick (Even If Your Traffic Source Can Already Track Conversions)

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In this video, I show you the top 5 reasons I found to use ClickMagick even if your traffic source can already track conversions, such as Google ads or Facebook ads for example.

Keep in mind that these points are coming from an affiliate’s point of view, so even though most of these will benefit you as regardless of whether you are an affiliate or you own your own business, some of these points will benefit affiliates more.

That being said, let’s get straight into it!

Reason #1: ClickMagick has all the tracking capabilities you need for your tracking.

So even though your traffic source may say that they can track conversion this way and that, truth is – they really can’t.

First off, they don’t have postback URL capabilities, so if you are promoting MOST of the affiliate networks out there, you can’t measure sales with Facebook/Google/etc… by itself…

Second of all, conversion tracking for networks like Google are extremely limited.

You can really only measure one “conversion” for your entire funnel, so if you have a funnel that consists of a landing page, thank you page, sales page, upsells/downsells, etc… you can’t track everything and can really only track one thing, whether it’s sales or optins, whatever you choose to define it as.

With ClickMagick on the other hand, you can track an entire funnel from start to finish with their action, engagement, and sales pixels that can give you a good idea how well your entire funnel is performing, not just one part of it.

Reason #2: ClickMagick will keep everything in one place for you.

Not only will you see an easy “stats at a glance” from ALL of your traffic sources at once, but you can also see very relevant data all at once for a specific link.

So if you want to see what ad group, ad, device, network for example contributed to a conversion (whether it’s an action, engagement, or sale), you can do that all from looking at the stats for one link.

With Bing or Google for instance, you would need to go into a separate tab for devices to see what devices had the most conversions, then a separate tab for network, separate tab for ad number, etc…

But ClickMagick makes it easy for you to catch all this data all in one tracking link all at once.

Reason #3: ClickMagick has extensive click filtering/traffic quality control.

So if you are seeing that you are getting too many “bad” clicks, which could include bot clicks, abuser clicks (same person clicking your link repetitively in a short period of time), anon clicks (users hiding behind a proxy/VPN), etc… you can control for these clicks and either block them entirely, flag them, or ignore them.

ClickMagick also does a good job of letting you know how many and what types of these clicks you are getting so that you don’t mess real clicks from these “bad” ones.

You also get a good indication of traffic quality by seeing what the quality of your traffic is for any given link, so if you are using solo ads for instance, you can see which vendor is delivering and which isn’t.

Reason #4: ClickMagick can track pages you don’t have control over.

So if you are sending users from a landing page to the affiliate offer you have no control over, ClickMagick can help you track exactly how many people clicked through to that next page.

This works especially well if you set up an action pixel on that page you don’t control, and can therefore see an accurate conversion rate for people who are going to that page.

Reason #5: ClickMagick can help you set up dynamic affiliate links so that YOU can control the sales process.

If you don’t like a sales page because of how it looks, or you want to add certain bonuses or descriptions to it, or it isn’t allowed on a specific network unless changes are made (and you can’t make those changes since you don’t control the page), you can add a dynamic affiliate link inside of the link that you WILL be promoting, so that when users do land on your page, you will still get credit for a sale even though they didn’t click on the affiliate sales page first.

That’s it!

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4 thoughts on “Top 5 Reasons to Use ClickMagick (Even If Your Traffic Source Can Already Track Conversions)”

  1. Another great mini tutorial!

    You have a talent in explaining things stepbystep

    Question: Do you already have a tutorial that expands #4 a bit deeper with an example/demo? Am thinking about some Clickbank pages that have vendor email optin form 'leaks'.
    You're probably aware that some Clickbank vendor's have them on exit and some on the prepayment page. I've signed up to a few, to see whether I'd still get the commission and as suspected, their followup emails does not have my Clickbank ID. Effectively, I'm sending leads with no rewards.

    The worse Clickbank payment page are the deceptive ones that lead to Paypal where there's definitely no reward. Surprised how many I've found on Clickbank that have their brand name and logo BUT a Paypal payment page. [Grrrr!] Was thinking with #4 would get a quick overview where my Clickbank traffic 'leaks' are. Also with CPA offers when my 'quota' has been reached because it's not profitable to be sending leads to a CPA offer with no reward.

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