Adding landing page parameters with Adsbridge

It’s not been the best month for me with posting, been busy with my real life job and am just getting back on the track with some affiliate marketing. After launching a bunch of campaigns this weekend, I thought it might be useful to share with everyone how you get the dynamic landing page parameters using Adsbridge.

If like me you are using Adsbridge great! if not you can get an account here (sorry shameless plug, but it is a good tracking platform!) anyway to the chase, it is quite simple and can really help boost your conversion rates.

Step 1: 

Within the <head></head> section of your site code, insert the following:

<script>
function getURLParameter(name) {
return decodeURIComponent(
(RegExp(name + ‘=’ + ‘(.+?)(&|$)’).exec(location.search)||[,null])[1] || ”
);
}
</script>

Step 2

In the text are that you want a parameter to show add the following:

<script>document.write(getURLParameter(‘model’))</script> for example:

<body>

Hi <script>document.write(getURLParameter(‘city’))</script> resident! your <script>document.write(getURLParameter(‘model’))</script> is using <script>document.write(getURLParameter(‘browser’))</script> <script>document.write(getURLParameter(‘browserversion’))</script> which is out of date! make sure to change it now.

</body>

Adsbridge have a great set of tokens that can be used which include:

cite, country, language, device, connection type, manufacturer, model, browser, browser version, os, os version, isp, ip etc…

Obviously I will leave the combinations to you, but it should be quite apparent that using this kind of scripting you are able to send a relevant, message to potential conversions.

To note I have also been testing out some pretty neat tools (AdsXposed) so a write up of those to follow

happy stacking!