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Old 04-18-2011, 01:58 PM
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Default Placing dymanic target into landing page

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<?php echo($_GET["target"]) ?>
This assumes that your keyword variable is named ‘target’ . So to take this from start to finish using a CPVlab link, here is how it would work.
  1. First replace SITENAME in your code with the above php code.
  2. Your CPVlab link looks like this http://www.trackingdomain.com/base.php?c=23&key=a085b39r2233bc66f7d17a2f344e1889 &keyword=%%$KEYWORD%% (notice the ‘keyword’ variable). This is the link to use for Traffic Vance, others will vary. The point is to put the network value of the target in the variable keyword.

I hope this is clear!
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Old 04-19-2011, 01:29 PM
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It means that if my Tracking202 variable is "t202kw" than the code will be
<?php echo($_GET["t202kw"]) ?>
Correct?
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Old 04-19-2011, 01:56 PM
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That is exactly correct.
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Originally Posted by denmaster View Post
That is exactly correct.
Great information denmaster - would you be able to give us the css file for this landing page also? And any js files if there are any for this page (probably not I would guess) - and thanks again for the video - very helpful!
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Originally Posted by germess View Post
It means that if my Tracking202 variable is "t202kw" than the code will be

php echo($_GET["t202kw"])

Correct?
Excuse me, but if you targeting by URL that "Keyword" variable will return

FULL URL path and screw up your landing page, since some URLs are pretty

long. IMHO.
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