On the Campaigns tab, you are able to edit your existing Campaigns or create a New Campaign. Additionally, you can view detailed statistics for your saved Campaigns for selected period of time and track their performance.






  1. New - creating a new Campaign.
  2. Report - generating a report for a Campaign within a selected time frame. You are able to group your offers based on:

    - Landing

    - Country

    - City

    - Os

    - Browser

    - Device

    - Connection type

    - ISP

    - Sub ids

  3. Edit - editing an existing Campaign. Select a Campaign you wish to edit, then click the Edit button.
  4. Clone - creating a copy of an existing Campaign. The word “Copy” will be added to Campaign name.
  5. Note - adding a custom note to your existing Campaigns. You can see your Note if you click Edit Campaign.
  6. Edit tags - editing custom tags that apply to your Campaigns
  7. Change status - choosing one of the following statuses available: active, archived or deleted.
  8. Export - generating a .CSV report file with Campaign performance statistics.
  9. Sources - filtering out Campaigns by Traffic Source.
  10. Tags - filtering out Campaigns by custom tag.
  11. Status filter - filtering out Campaigns by current status.

Confused about how to interpret the statistics? Don’t worry - the meaning of each term can be found in our Glossary.


New Campaign/Campaign Edit






  1. Campaign name - can be any name you wish to use for your Campaign.
  2. Source - Traffic Source used in this Campaign. The source needs to be added to your account from Traffic Sources tab first.
  3. Domain - tracking domain used in this Campaign. Can be default ( or custom.
  4. Redirect - choosing redirect type for your Campaign:

    - HTTP 302 redirect

    - HTTP meta redirect

    - JS media redirect

    - HTTP 302 redirect with hidden referrer

  5. Cost model - choosing the cost model used by your Traffic Source:

    - CPC

    - CPA

    - RevShare

    - Do not track

  6. Value add value specified in your Traffic Source.
  7. Campaign URL - generated automatically.
  8. LP Pixel - add to your Landing Page to track direct traffic.
  9. LP Protect - add to your Landing Page to protect it from direct entry.
  10. Note - add a custom note.
  11. Tags - add a custom tag to your Campaign.







  1. Weight - traffic distribution rules in case of multiple streams.
  2. Landing Page - adding an existing Lander or creating a new Lander.
  3. Offer - adding an existing Offer or creating a new Offer.
  4. Weight - traffic distribution rules in case of multiple Offers.
  5. Filters - filtering out your offers by:

    - Countries

    - Cities

    - ISP

    - Browser

    - Operation Systems

    - Connection Types

    - Device Types

    - IP

    - Sub ids

    - Cloaking 
  6. Add - adding a new stream.








  1. Clicks more than - receiving e-mail notification upon reaching the specified amount of clicks.
  2. Conversions more than - receiving e-mail notification upon reaching the specified amount of conversions.
  3. ROI less than - receiving e-mail notification about underperforming campaigns.
  4. Condition - choosing notification rules.
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