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Click Report

Click Report

Updated over a week ago

At a Glance: In order to track the clicks that your campaign has received, Trackier allows you to create your own click report, which would show you details such as the publisher name, click ID, date, device, and so on.

Reporting Attributes

Once the click is stored via the macros, you can see several details about it, such as through which publisher it was received, on which campaign it was received, the device type, the date on which it happened, the unique click ID and any other attribute you wish to see.

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Filters to Apply

There are several filters that you can apply to your report to get crisp and clear data as per your requirements.

  • Campaign: Explicitly enter the campaign name for which you want to see the clicks.

  • Publisher: Enter the publisher's name.

  • Click IP and Click ID. In case you remember the click ID or IP you can enter that as well.

  • Source: The particular source name from the clicks was received.

  • Sub ID: The sub ID, or source ID, is sent to us by the publisher in our source parameter.

  • Sub ID Value: In this choice, you have the ability to embed the Sub ID value that was provided by your publisher.

  • Is Unique: To view only unique clicks, select "Yes."

  • Is Rejected: To view non-rejected clicks, select "Yes."

  • Start and End Time: You can explicitly mention the start and end times for the clicks received.

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Report options

You can add more columns or attributes to the report if you wish, such as Device brand, app name, fraud reasons if you want to see rejected clicks as well, etc.

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Below is a description of all report options:

Publisher Name: Name of the publisher who brings this click.

Campaign Name: Name of the campaign.

IP Address: IP address of the user.

Publisher ID: The publisher ID of the publisher who brings the click.

Landing Page: The landing page on which the user has landed after clicking on the publisher's link.

City: Name of the city from which the user has made this click.

Referrer campaign: The click that is referred by a different campaign (For example, if there is a Campaign 1 where CAP or targeting is applied and Campaign 2 is set as the fallback campaign for it, in that case, campaign 1 is the referrer campaign for Campaign 2)

Region: Name of the region from which the user has made this click.

Source: Publisher's publisher.

Payout: The payout that has been defined for that campaign.

Country: The country code of the country from which the user has made this click.

Revenue: revenue that has been set for that campaign.

Carrier: Internet service provider.

Currency: The currency of the campaign.

Latitude: Latitude of the IP address of the user.

Longitude: The longitude of the IP address of the user.

Smart link: For which smart link has the conversion been made?

Connection type: This filter shows the connection type of the user; it can be a cellular, cable connection, etc.

Browser: Name of the browser using which the user has made this conversion.

Operating system: Name of the operating system of the user's device (i.e Android, Windows, Linux, IOS)

Device: Device type of the user (i.e Computer, mobile)

Device language: the device language of the user.

IDFA: This filter option allows you to see the information received in IDFA, which is the Apple ID of the user.

App ID: Every app store, like the Apple Store or Play Store, has a unique app ID associated (specific to CPI campaigns).

App Name: Name of the app for which the campaign is being run (CPI-specific).

Android ID: This field contains the Android ID of the user.

Source Encoded: This option contains an encoded form of source.

Publisher Campaign ID: Campaign ID of the publisher end.

Publisher impression ID: Publisher's impression ID.

Click ID: Trackier click ID.

Note: A system note that provides a small description of the click.

FBclid: It is for a Facebook click ID.

Note: Sometimes you might see the click rejected reason as IMG_PIXEL which indicates that the click has been rejected by the system as it was received by pixel, as it might be a bot or fraud click.

If you want to approve the clicks received from pixel, you can contact your account manager as Trackier has a workaround for that request.

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