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Discussion in 'Pay Per Click' started by 7searchGuys, Jul 17, 2012.

  1. 7searchGuys

    7searchGuys Traffic Manager Traffic Manager affiliate

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    7Search.com

    7Search is a premiere online advertising network that originated in 1999 as one of the first search engines to use pay-per-click sponsored links.

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  3. damnsmiley

    damnsmiley Affiliate affiliate

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    this is really great. I am getting into ppc even though facebook refused to let me in so lets see what i can do with 7search.
     
  4. smilodon

    smilodon Affiliate affiliate

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    Let me break the ice. I am doing my tracking on 7Search like this: subid=7search-###KEYWORD###-###AFFID###-###RID### all under one subid. This is how my reports look like:

    7search-my secret keyword-71603

    7search-my secret keyword-71603-71603-180207

    7search-my secret keyword-73232-100037-3338-27681

    Can you break down why sometimes there are only 5 numbers, and sometimes lots of them, and what exactly do they represent? As far as I understood it, first 5 digits are always affiliate's ID, the rest are the ID of his specific sites?
     
  5. Angelman

    Angelman Affiliate affiliate

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    I would be interested in a reply about those sub id breakdowns too, as I have just set up tracking on my first 7Search campaign and I too notice that there are different sets of numbers, some longer than others. Thanks!
     
  6. 7searchGuys

    7searchGuys Traffic Manager Traffic Manager affiliate

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    Hello Smilodon,

    The first 5 digits always represent the parent source. The 2nd series reflects the sub affiliate, while a 3rd series would indicate that the traffic arrived from a sub-sub affiliate. We feel that this level of granularity provides you the best opportunity to optimize your 7Search traffic.

    Best,

    Cleo
     
  7. Coke

    Coke Affiliate affiliate

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    Hello 7 search guys,

    I made a serious mistake while signing up. I signed up using lukepeerfly's $25 promo offer. But when depositing money, I forgot that the intitial deposit has to be $50, I just clicked ok with the default $25 deposit. I am prepared to deposit another $25 to receive the promo bonus as soon as you guys call me and verify the card. I hope I'll get the promo. My username is chinmoybox. I hope you can help me.

    Thanks.
     
  8. Coke

    Coke Affiliate affiliate

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    Hello,

    I self-validated my credit card and added another $25. Could you please add the promo bonus to my account?

    Thanks.
     
  9. Coke

    Coke Affiliate affiliate

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    Anyways, the problem has just been solved by a 7search rep(Tricia). She was very friendly and understanding. I'm happy with 7search. :)
     
  10. mootonandy

    mootonandy Affiliate affiliate

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    Hi,

    I am coming to the stage where I need to think about blocking the non converting traffic. Can you please tell me which numbers I should use to block it. It is either 3 or 4 numbers separated by dashes. Do I need to block all of the 3 or 4 numbers or just some of them?
    Thanks.
     
  11. Coke

    Coke Affiliate affiliate

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    It should be ###AFFID###. The numbers look like this 73113.
     
  12. 7searchGuys

    7searchGuys Traffic Manager Traffic Manager affiliate

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    If you are using our Referrer ID (RID) blocking insert in your tracking URLs, you should begin to see either 2 part (12345-112233) or 3 part (12345-112233-x2Yz1) tags in your analytics. There is no point where traffic will arrive to you only presenting 3 or 4 character tag. The first section (12345 in the example) is the "parent" partner in our system and always contains 5 characters; the 2nd and 3rd parts denote their affiliate (or sub-sub affiliate) that delivered the click.

    To answer your question, in order to effectively block a source you will need to enter the entire 2 or 3 part tag in the blocks section.

    Best,

    Cleo
    7SearchGuys
     
  13. 7searchGuys

    7searchGuys Traffic Manager Traffic Manager affiliate

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    Just blocking the AFFID is a dangerous strategy to employ as it can effectively kill traffic to a profitable campaign as it will block the entire partner as opposed to the actual source delivering clicks. The most effective strategy to optimize the traffic you receive is to block the full tag provided by the ###AFFID###-###RID### insert.
     
  14. mootonandy

    mootonandy Affiliate affiliate

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    Thanks for the clarification.
     
  15. themubeen

    themubeen Affiliate affiliate

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  16. LIKECPA.com

    LIKECPA.com Affiliate affiliate

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    I had the opportunity to work with them
    just two words: perfect :cool:
     
  17. K

    K Administrator Administrator affiliate

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    That's one word!
     
  18. K

    K Administrator Administrator affiliate

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