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What is the Tracking Conversions Feature?

Tracking Conversions allows you to see the day by day trend of conversions made on your site, and provides you with a better understanding of your legitimate customers' behavior, allowing to differentiate fake traffic from genuine traffic.

When a conversion takes place, ClickCease will study the customers behavior prior to the conversion event and will take it into account before blocking IPs in the future. This method aids us in minimizing the number of false positive IPs to a minimum.

The conversion tracking feature is enabled by placing a small HTML snippet to your "Thank you" page - or any other page to which your new customers arrive after completing a conversion on your site.

Installing the Conversion Tracking Code:

To find your conversion tracking code, log in to your dashboard and go to Tools, and then to the Track Conversations sub-tab.

Scroll down, and then copy and paste the "Conversation Tracking Code" to your "Thank you" page, right after the <body> opening tag.

  • Conversion Tracking Code: This will allows us to see what IPs are reaching your Thank you page and thus buying your product.

  • Tracking Individual Events: Call the following function to track individual events. This will allow our system to track an event or conversion on your page. For example, you could put this code on a "Submit" button for a lead form to allow us track who was filling out the form.

Next, you will need to edit the tracking code on the relevant pages, so it will have you conversion's matching value.

How to Set a Value Per Conversion:

In order to set a conversion value for each of your conversions, you will need to make two small adjustments to the HTML tracking code.

Let's assume that the value of each of your conversions is $50.

Edit the ccConval = 0 with the value of a conversion. In our case, we'll change the 0 into a 50.

If you have multiple "Thank you" pages for different product pricing, you should adjust the code to match for each.

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