Pixel specification

How does the integration work and what is it used for?

To improve the user experience of our portals it is helpful for to understand the user behaviour also outside of our portals. This happens by inclusion of a pixel on the order confirmation page of your shop.

<img height=1 src= "http://nexgeonclicktracker.com/pixel/checkout/?utm=[enter-back-affiliate-utm-parameter]&tid=[define-unique-transaction-id]&amount=[enter-checkout-amount]&pid=[entrance-product-id]&productsordered=[comma-seperated-productid's]" width=1>

utm=[enter-back-affiliate-utm-parameter]: This parameter is provided by us each time a user is redirected from our portal to your shop. Your shop url, which is called when a user gets redirected, will contain a parameter 'utm-term'. The value of this parameter should be used as value for the 'utm'-parameter of the pixel url

tid=[define-unique-transaction-id]: A unique transaction-id defined by you.

amount=[enter-checkout-amount]: The total amount the user ordered in your shop with this transaction

pid=[entrance-product-id]: The child-product-number, with which we redirected the user initially from our portal to your shop.

productsordered=[comma-seperated-productid's]: A comma seperated list of all child-product-numbers the users orders with this transaction in your shop.

With that, we will be informed about each successfull order based on our redirect. This information helps us to place the products even better and, with that, increase the redirect rate to your shop.