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Affise <-> Singular (Apsalar)

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This guide is created to describe the integration process between Singular and Affise

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Singular provides two types of integration; you can integrate as an Affiliate (Attribution Partner) or as Advertiser. In the case of Singular<>Affise Integration, we'll step on the 1st way of Integration.

Getting started

To start the integration process, first, you need to learn the guide(s) that apply to you:

Next, you need to fill out  Singular partners form: https://www.singular.net/partner-integrations/become-partner/

Step 1: Company background

Here you need to write your and your company info. Required field: Name, Work email, Company name, Company description. 

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Step 2: Partner data

Next thing you need to do is fill in information about you as a partner: 

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 Step 3: Integration Data: Attribution

What is a Singular attribution integration

Singular will send you automated postbacks to let you know about installs attributions and other events identified by Singular’s attribution tracker.

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Here you need to fill in the next fields: 

  • "What is the default attribution window, in days, for clicks?"

In Affise, it is 'Click Session Lifespan' (time period when the conversion is allowed for click). By default: 1 year.

  • "Do you support view-through attribution?"

In Affise, we call it "impressions tracking". We support impressions tracking in Affise. Here is a detailed article on it.

  • "How do you send clicks to MMPs?"

We support the S2S and C2S types of Integration.

  • "Do you support Audiences?"

We do not support Audiences in Affise.

Support macros

  • "What is your OS Version macro?"

We do not have a specific macro for OS version in Affise. However,  you can always use one of the available {sub1}-{sub8} macros, which are used to pass any unique info.

  • "What is your IP Address macro?"

For IP address, we use {ip} macro in Affise.

  • "What is your Click ID macro?" 

For Click ID, we use {clickid} macro in Affise.

  • "What is your IDFA macro?", "What is your Google Advertising ID macro?", "What is your Android ID macro?"

In Affise, we do not have specific macros for {idfa} or {deviceid}. However you may use unique macros {sub1}-{sub8} to pass such data.

  • "What is your Campaign Name macro?"

For Campaign Name we use {offer_name} macro. 

  • "What is your Campaign ID macro?", "What is your Ad Group/Set ID macro?"

 For Campaign ID we use {offer_id} macro. 

  • "What is your Creative Name macro?", "What is your Creative ID macro?"

In Affise, we do not have a specific macro for Creative Name/Creative ID. However, you can always use one of the unique {sub1}-{sub8} macros. 

  • "What is your Hashed published macro?"

In Affise, we do not have a specific macro for Hashed published. However, you can always use one of the unique {sub1}-{sub8} macros. 

  • "What is your Publisher Name/Affiliate Name macro?"

For  Publisher Name we use {affiliate_name} macro. 

  • "What is your Publisher ID/Affiliate ID macro?"

For  Publisher ID we use {pid} macro. 

Full list of Affise marcos&params you may find here.

Supported postbacks

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Next, you may enter your postbacks for goals Install, Event, Revenue with Affise parameters, and Singular macros.


Ex.: https://offers-rockеtcompany.affise.com/postback?clickid={cl?singular.net}&goal=1&custom_field={INSTALL_TIME} 

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import.pngRight now we support the following samples of the default Admin domain, which is used in Affise Postback URL:

  • http://offers.rocketcompany.affise.com - will be supported until the end of the 2020 year!!!
  • http://offers-rocketcompany.affise.com
  • https://offers-rocketcompany.affise.com

import.pngCheck out the full list of macros & passthrough parameters provided by Singular: link.

 

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 If you have more questions on the Integration with Singular, feel free to contact the Singular Support Team via Singular "Let's talk" form

 Updated by Anastasia Dziaruhina 

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