Integrate Connects Affiliate Sales via API
Connect all your Connects affiliate sales and lead data with custom dashboards and integrate it in your marketing tools so you can focus on improving your campaigns and marketing performance.
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How to integrate Connects affiliate conversions in Google Analytics
In order to integrate Connects conversions in Google Analytics and other marketing tools, it is necessary to attribute the sales data to the traffic data. Our service automatically places SubIDs in your affiliate links, which enables us to automatically match your traffic and affiliate conversion data.
The installation is done in four simple steps:
How to connect your Connects account via API
If you want to connect your Connects account with our system, you need to provide us with a Public key a Private Key for all your Connects sub-accounts. Those credentials need to be filled in within our data sources page which you can find by following this link: https://app.wecantrack.com/user/data-source/networks/connects/accounts/create
You can give each of the data connections different names and tags. This enables you to easily filter your data on account or sub account level.
Where can I find the Connects Public Key and Private Key?
- Log into your Connects account
- On the top right corner menu go to “Account” > “My Data” and scroll all the way down.
- Here you can find your Public and Private Keys. Once you place them in our system you can also select if this is a main account or a sub account.
How does the Google Analytics Integration Feature work?
How to import Connects conversions in Google Ads?
Once you have fully set up the Google Analytics Integration feature, integrating your affiliate sales data in Google Ads is an easy and quick task. Google generally offers connection functionalities between their products. So all you have to do is connect your Google Analytics and Google Ads accounts and then import the Ecommerce conversion goal within the conversions section of Google Ads.