A pixel is a way of tracking actions; a pixel is typically placed on a thank you/confirmation page and it notifies our tracking system that a lead/sale has been generated. The pixel will be provided to you by Clickbooth.
WARNING: Any alteration of pixels (i.e., spacing, additions, subtractions, etc.) will disable tracking. DO NOT disable pixel.
There are secure and non-secure versions of the following:1) iframeExample: <iframe src="https://track.clickbooth.com/l/con?cbiframe=1&oid=#####&cbtid=TRANSACTIONID" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" width="1" height="1" loading="eager"></iframe>2) imageExample: <img src="https://track.clickbooth.com/l/con?oid=#####&cbtid=TRANSACTIONID" height="1" width="1" border="0" loading="eager">3) postback / server to server (cookie-less)
-server to server requires a special setup of mandatory information to be posted back to us. In the pixel you will need to
replace the REPLACEWITHCLICKID portion with a variable that will post back the unique lead id to us. You will also need to let us know where in your link we need to append this information.It is against our policy to allow our advertisers to have multiple tracking pixels on the thank you page. This does not restrict you from placing other pixels or working with other parties. It simply requires you to use simple tracking placement technology or any other tracking platform that supports uploading additional pixels to further protect against any potential conflicts this may cause.Clickbooth recommends placing our pixels on a dedicated thank you page. Rather than placing multiple tracking pixels on the same page, setting up a dedicated thank you page protects your offer against potential conflicts resulting from multiple pixels.*In order to ensure full access to our exclusive publisher inventory and technological resources, please place full (script and no script) pixels “as is”.