This super easy tutorial that is going to show you how to add your CPV Lab tracking code to your landing page by using WordPress’s default editor.
This could be a great way to get around restrictions that can occur when using a campaign URL in Google, Yahoo, or Microsoft Ads where redirects are not allowed.
Step 1: Login to WordPress
First, log into your WordPress dashboard.
Then, hover over the “Pages” tab in the left hand column, and click the “Add New” tab.
Step 2: Create your WordPress page
Add the content you would like to display on your WordPress page, or post.
Step 3: Add the custom HTML block
Once your content is added we’re going to search for a small black box with a white “+” plus symbol. Click this box.
Then, click the black “Browse all” button below the icons.
Type the words “Custom HTML” into the search box in the left hand corner.
Click the “Custom HTML” box icon, and a new area will appear to place in the HTML tracking code from your CPV Lab campaign.
Step 4: Create your campaign in CPV Lab
Go to an existing CPV Lab campaign and click the edit icon, or create a new CPV Lab campaign.
Scroll down to the “Landing Pages” section in CPV Lab and click on the “Get Direct Traffic Code” icon, and a new popup menu will appear.
Click the copy icon for the Direct Traffic code.
Head back over to WordPress, paste this code into the “Custom HTML” box in WordPress.
Now, grab the step 2 code in the “Links & Pixels” area by clicking the copy icon.
Head back to WordPress, and paste the step 2 code into the custom “HTML box”.
Note: Both codes will be in the same Custom HTML box.
Step 5: Just click publish and our CPV Lab code is up and ready to go 🙂
Another method to add the tracking code to your WordPress pages is by using a plugin.
Check here an article about this method:
Both methods work great, so you should pick the one that is better for you.
The Direct tracking method is used mostly when your traffic source doesn’t accept redirects, as it happens with Facebook, Google Ads or Microsoft Ads.
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Guest Author: Patrick Hill
Patrick is an affiliate marketer with 8+ years marketing experience. He was certified at Meclabs Research Institute in 2019 for value proposition development and a Photoshop designer. He has experience working as a technical support manager at a CPA network, and loves to make graphic design and programming easy for average people.