In order to track conversions in the Platform, you will need to install a conversion tag (on the confirmation page for the conversion event you would like to track).
Conversion Code Snippet:
Below is the code snippet for this Conversion Tag. This code should be placed on the page where the conversion will take place, e.g. a campaign landing page, an e-commerce checkout page, etc.
<!-- Mavrck code for conversion [Insert brand name here] -->
var ClickMeter_conversion_id = 'Conversion Code';
var ClickMeter_conversion_value = '0.00';
var ClickMeter_conversion_commission = '0.00';
var ClickMeter_conversion_parameter = 'empty';
<img height='0' width='0' alt='' src='https://www.clickmeter.com/conversion.aspx?id=71B019534AD04D9C9EB654E424217C80&val=0.00¶m=empty&com=0.00' />
Please note: The variable in red is unique to your brand. The variables in purple are optional and are described in further detail below.
Conversion Code (Required): The unique code of the conversion tag. Example: EE82SJUD10874C889F04B7844879C7FC
Value (Strongly Recommended): Can be set to a static value or dynamically based on the cart value of a purchase. Example: ‘45’, ‘23.88’
Note: If you do not plan to use this parameter please set it to ‘0.00’.
Commission Value: Used in affiliate marketing scenarios where the Influencer driving the conversion is to receive a commission. This can be set dynamically or as a static value. Example: ‘5’, ‘5.50’
Note: If you do not plan to use this parameter please set it to ‘0’.
Conversion Parameter: This can be used to add additional information about the conversion such as account numbers, discount codes or dynamic variables specific to the conversion. Example: ‘Winter2018Sale’.
Note: If you do not plan to use this parameter please set it to empty ‘’.
Once you have installed the conversion tag on your live site, please reach out to your Customer Implementation Manager to confirm the successful configuration of the tag.