RedTrack tracks the number of visits on your campaigns.
Since we are not integrated with your traffic source, we do not get the numbers reported by their system.
The main purpose of tracking is to track all visits going through your Campaign URL, no matter what is shown in the Traffic Source.
What to do?
Your traffic source may have bot traffic that they are not displaying in their system but you see it in RedTrack.
A. To audit your clicks, you can go to Logs > Clicks and see every click that comes in:
B. Analyze your Campaign reports for the different data slices to check your clicks parameters:
You may find a lot of useful information here (for example detect bots and switch off the suspicious ads on the Traffic Source side).
For example, if you're seeing some IP or user agent is always appearing in the statistics and generate a lot of clicks (>10 per day).
Blacklisted traffic is not showing in the reports and is not counted towards your events limit.
C. Use our fraud check feature (available for all paid clients for an additional fee of $0,10 per 1k checks) and extended Fraud report.
D. Check your Time Zones in RedTrack and Traffic Source as they may differ significantly and cause the discrepancy.