So, you start running traffic at PeerFly and you are earning some money, how can you use our reports page to help optimize your campaigns to earn the most money possible? We have created our reports page to help you do this. The first thing that it’s important to understand is how to use subids.
Add Subids to your PeerFly Links
Adding subids to your PeerFly links is pretty simple. You can do this on our offer pages. There are three spots for subids so you can really make each link unique.
Create a Report
Creating a report of your PeerFly traffic is also pretty easy. Simply go to your Reports page once you are logged into PeerFly and select the date range you would like to see the report for. You have the option to choose a relative date (today, yesterday, past week, etc.) or an absolute date.
Once you create your report will you will see every single offer that you have generated a click on in that time period. You can see your total clicks, total conversions, epc, conversion rate, and total earnings for each offer on the list. At the bottom of the table it shows your overall totals.
Seeing offers on your PeerFly Report that you did not promote?
You will see clicks on offers you are not promoting if someone from outside of an offer’s Allowed Countries clicks on your link. They are taken to an offer that accepts traffic from their country and you are credited for the click and lead/sale if one is made.
View Subid Reports
It’s pretty simple to view your subid reports. Simply click the next to the offer name. Once clicked the subid report will expand. With this you can see the statistics broken down for each subid for that offer. This is handy if you are running the same offer with several traffic sources. You can distinguish between the sources by using a subid and optimize your campaign based on the individual statistics. It’s also great for split testing different landing pages and/or direct linking.
Export Statistics to CSV
At the bottom of your reports page you also have the option to download the report you created to open in Excel (CSV). Simply click the Export Raw Click Data link to download it.
That pretty much sums up our Reports page at PeerFly. It is also one of the last drafts I have saved in my PeerFly FAQ series. If you have any questions or have a topic I have not covered that you would like to see me cover about PeerFly please let me know! You’re welcome to comment below or contact me 🙂