How to Determine Your Exact Traffic Source On ClickMagick

Welcome back everyone. In our last post, we learned how to setup A/B, or split testing in ClickMagick.

In this post, I will teach you how to determine your exact traffic source using ClickMagick.

This is important especially when you are advertising your product(s) in different areas, and need to determine what traffic source(s) is (are) the best, and which should be adjusted, and which eliminated completely.

So, first thing you need to do is simply copy and paste your new, masked affiliate link from ClickMagick into your ad. BUT, before saving that ad, input a key term that would distinguish that ad term from another.

For example, if I am setting up ads on Google Ads, at the end of the link I am promoting, I will type in ‘/googleads’, to help me track down the people that click on my link ONLY THROUGH Google Ads.

You would do the same addition to any other traffic source you are using, which will allow you to track clicks coming from that particular traffic source.

You can have up to 5 different ‘Sub-ID’s’ attached to the end of your links, so there should not be a problem with variability!

After you set all these up, you will be able to see where your traffic came from when clicking on the ‘total clicks’ button in ClickMagick.

That is it! A very short, but useful and truly essential aspect of affiliate marketing. Check out our next post where you learn what a tracking pixel is and how to set it up!

If you like ClickMagick and want to learn more, feel free to check out their free 14-day trial on my affiliate link at:

Thanks for reading and I will see you guys in the next posts/videos!

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