Updates — 16 Jul 2018
We know that you’ve been waiting for this release for quite a while, and finally we can announce it. From now on Affise provides ad impression tracking on top of just tracking clicks and conversions. It means that now we support our clients which are willing to track impressions and have the statistics for all campaign performance indexes in one place: impressions, clicks and conversions.
Although last-click attribution is still the most widespread method of conversion tracking in online advertising, advertisers can’t always rely on clicks to measure the impact of their advertising campaigns. This is exactly where impression tracking needs to be employed.
Advertisers who understand the power of brand awareness and top-of-the-funnel marketing objectives have already been using impression tracking, because it allows to reach wider scope of potential clients and drastically increase campaign performance. Moreover, many affiliates and networks track impressions as a powerful metric when measuring their own ad performance.
At Affise an impression (view of an advertisement) is tracked each time a user loads a webpage that an impression pixel is placed on. Impression pixels are available for all affiliates on a specific offer. New slice Impressions is now added to both Admin and Partner panels.
Impression pixel works with the same params as for the regular JS / HTML pixel. More info you can find here.
Amazing news is that tracking impressions is already included in the Affise pricing plans. It means, that all the other conditions staying the same our clients get an opportunity to track impressions on top of other attribution measurements.
|Number of impressions included in the pricing plan||1,000,000 / month||15,000,000 / month||Special offer|
|Cost per 1,000 impressions over the limit||$0.005||$0.005||Special offer|
For more information about impression tracking at Affise, please refer to your devoted Customer Success Manager, or just contact our team emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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