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Affise <-> HasOffers

To start working with Affise as a publisher you should add the HasOffer's {transaction_id} macro to your Affise link. All you need is to pass it from HasOffers using one of our 5 sub accounts: sub1, sub2, sub3, sub4, sub5.

Link to Offer

http://click.domain.com/click?pid=XX&offer_id=XX&sub1={transaction_id}

Where:

http://click.domain.com/ - is a tracking domain specified when creating the application. 

HasOffers Postback Example

Simple PostBack template:

http://demo.go2cloud.org/aff_lsr?transaction_id={sub1}

Where:
sub1 - the custom HasOffers value for transaction_id

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The full list of available macro for postback:

Parameter Description
{uagent} UserAgent of user browser
{ip} User IP-address
{sub1} Subaccount 1
{sub2} Subaccount 2
{sub3} Subaccount 3
{sub4} Subaccount 4
{sub5} Subaccount 5
{transactionid} Conversion identificator of advertiser
{date} Date and time of conversion committing in format Y-m-d H:i:s
{click_date} Date and time of click committing in format Y-m-d H:i:s
{offerid} Offer identificator in the System
{offer_name} Offer title in the System
{status} Conversion status, available values:
1 – action "Allowed" (will be paid later by advertiser)
2 – action "In process" (decision is not taken yet, you need request the status later)
3 – action "Declined" (will not be paid later by advertiser)
{sum} Conversion payout
{city} City
{geo} Country
{goal} Goal
{device_id} device ID
{currency} Currency
{comment} Comment
{ios_idfa} IOS Device ID
{android_id} Android Device ID

 

 
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