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Old 01-13-2011, 04:57 PM
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Default Tracking ppv campaigns

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i have spent over $2,000 on ppv campaigns but i am not yet profitable, main reason is improper tracking. i am able to track direct linking campaigns but struggling to track campaign from landing pages like if i want to track clicks from landing page on wordpress blog.

Can anyone suggest how to do so? i want to know which url's are bringing in clicks on the landing pages. I tried prosper 202 and inserted javascript on wordpress blog post/page but nothing happened and i was not able to track anything.

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Hi jackqs, this might help:

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Thanks Paul. Was also going to suggest watching this video:

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I dont like using Wordpress for my landing pages.. since its a bit more complicated. Just go straight HTML and use Prosper202 to track your ads, landers, and targets
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I wouldn't suggest WP for a CPV landing page either - just straight XHTML/CSS.

You can look into CPVLab if you really want solid tracking - it'll definitely help but remember that no software will make you money without the other pieces in tact.
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Thanks for the replies

when i purchase new domain and add it to my hostgator hosting i usually go to fantastico and install wordpress. I can see other things as well like the following-

Blogs
b2evolution
Nucleus
WordPress

Classifieds
Noahs Classifieds

Content Management
Drupal
Geeklog
Joomla 1.5
Joomla
Mambo
PHP-Nuke
phpWCMS
phpWebSite
Siteframe
TYPO3
Xoops
Zikula

Customer Relationship
Crafty Syntax Live Help
Help Center Live
osTicket
PerlDesk
PHP Support Tickets
Support Logic Helpdesk
Support Services Manager

Discussion Boards
phpBB
SMF

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So which one do you recommend to install in order to directly add html to pages so that it becomes easy to use prosper 202.

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you don't need to use any of those. What you want to do is learn basic html/css, and upload them to your server manually with your FTP program.

You create a file called index.html on your computer, make your landing page, and upload it via FTP to domain.com/testing or wherever else you'd like.

I collected this resource of videos, which is how I learned: How To Code Websites - The List Of Videos I Learned From

If you spend an few hours getting acquainted, everything will be soooo much easier


EDIT: You especially want to learn a little bot of PHP, because it will help you when it comes to passing your variables (ie t202kw=keywordvariable) from page to page. Day 3 on Diving Into PHP (I believe) covers this. That video is on my resource list
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Originally Posted by TrafficplusConversion View Post
you don't need to use any of those. What you want to do is learn basic html/css, and upload them to your server manually with your FTP program.

You create a file called index.html on your computer, make your landing page, and upload it via FTP to domain.com/testing or wherever else you'd like.

I collected this resource of videos, which is how I learned: How To Code Websites - The List Of Videos I Learned From

If you spend an few hours getting acquainted, everything will be soooo much easier


EDIT: You especially want to learn a little bot of PHP, because it will help you when it comes to passing your variables (ie t202kw=keywordvariable) from page to page. Day 3 on Diving Into PHP (I believe) covers this. That video is on my resource list
great share on the tutorials link bud! thanks.

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Originally Posted by TrafficplusConversion View Post
you don't need to use any of those. What you want to do is learn basic html/css, and upload them to your server manually with your FTP program.

You create a file called index.html on your computer, make your landing page, and upload it via FTP to domain.com/testing or wherever else you'd like.

I collected this resource of videos, which is how I learned: How To Code Websites - The List Of Videos I Learned From

If you spend an few hours getting acquainted, everything will be soooo much easier


EDIT: You especially want to learn a little bot of PHP, because it will help you when it comes to passing your variables (ie t202kw=keywordvariable) from page to page. Day 3 on Diving Into PHP (I believe) covers this. That video is on my resource list
Took the words right out of my mouth - solid post!
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