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On the Statistics page, you can view summary statistics in various slices using different filters.
Statistics section currently has the following slices:
Use daily statistics to view your summary statistics or to check summary statistics for specific Offers/Countries/Operating systems (OS)/Devices/Smartlinks & Sub accounts in the most convenient for you way.
On Daily Statistics page you can see:
- Filters: the data can be filtered by specific Timeframe/Timezone/Country/Offer/Devise/OS/Smartlink/Sub accounts
If you want to filter by any sub value, make sure you have passed the value via the Tracking URL during the last 2 weeks.
Date: choose the needed timeframe you'd like to depict the data for. It is possible to view detailed statistics by pressing on the date:
The chosen period should not be more than three (3) months so that the data can be easily depicted. In case you have chosen a large period, you can get the message "no data". This message does not mean that data are not available, which means that a shorter period has to be chosen. Once you're facing such a query, split the depicted period into smaller periods (e.g., 1 month, 2 weeks, 1 week).
Hosts - unique clicks. The uniqueness of a click is defined by three categories in Affise: browser, device, and timeframe of 24 hours. Read more about the way Affise defines clicks/conversions uniqueness here.
Hits - a number of all clicks.
Click's uniqueness is defined in Affise in the following way. It's defined by:
In terms of Affise clickid cookie is saved for 24 hours once a click is registered in our system.
Which means that if a click will come to the tracking URL:
we'll register it as a host and a click (hint).
If the same user clicks on the tracking URL
from the same browser&device within 24 hours, only a click will be registered since a host was registered earlier on a previous URL for offer ID 1.
Impressions: a number of tracked Impressions.
Conversions - the amount of all conversions.
CR - Conversion Rate - (number of total conversions / clicks) * 100%
Finances - the sum of money that will be paid you for conversions.
Use the Export option to export statistics.
Export function uploads records of one page where you are located.
In the 'Conversions' slice of Statistics, you'll be able to see detailed conversions and export conversion statistics.
At Conversions' Table you'll see:
Date: presents the time & date when a conversion was made.
Offer: Offer Name.
Geography / IP: user's IP.
Device: user's device.
Status: conversion status
Income: the sum of money that will be paid for the conversion.
Name of goal: goal name.
sub1-sub5: sub-accounts data.
User Agent: user's Device User-Agent data. To view Device User-Agent data, click on the "eye":
Comment: conversion comment.
ID: conversion ID.
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If you have more questions on the Statistics section, feel free to contact your Affiliate manager via the Tickets in the Support section.
Updated by Tatiana Mankevich