Affise is integrated with Affilitest: smart affiliate tracking links validate system that gives both advertiser and publisher the option to check the landing page of their tracking links in order to avoid sending traffic to a broken links.

To start using Affilitest you should contact Affilitest team and get your credentials there.
To enable the plugin at Affise platform you should go: Settings=>Plugins=>Affilitest URL checker and put your credentials to the specified fields.


Enable - activates the affilitest plugin

Login - your login details at affilitest.
Password - your password at affilitest.
Partners for track url testing - the affiliate id whose link is used for the tests.
Check all offers - the option which sends all the available offers to affilitest.
Checking period (Hour) - the frequency of the requests to affilitest.




Obligatory conditions of the offer to be sent to Affilitest:

- Offer should have Active status

- Affiliate which is chosen for test purposes at the setting should be connected to the offer

- GEO for the test is taken from the payment settings you have at the offer or if there are no any countries listed the US will be used by default.

- The CPI checkbox should be matched.

- Preview URL should be filled.




All the offers are sent to Affilitest in groups (one group consists of 10 offers), you can see the progress at the stats page:


The period of redirects checking could take some time. For example, if the selected period = 6 hours, and the full verification took more time (for example 8 hours) - than the next synchronization will start in 4 hours.

All the stats and results for Affilitest you can get at the Statistics:



You can see the progress at the real time and download the results of the export in .csv file once it is finished.

Offers chosen - The number of offers selected for the Affilitest validate system.
Available for tests
 - the offers which suit the criteria for affilitest.
Tested - the number of tested offers at the moment.
Broken links - Invalid links, which lead the user to the page, different from the expected one.

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