Updated in feature release 2.8.1 (June 2, 2020): Option to include Event Revenue and Payout in default or custom caps
The tutorial below walks through the process of adding additional events.
What is a Post Conversion Event?
Additional Events are managed within the Offer view and allows you to track things happen in addition to the "Base" Conversion, either before or after. They could be things such as "Purchase", "Registration", "Sale", etc... Each event is basically treated as a separate conversion with its own postback. Specifically, they are found in the "Revenue & Payout" section.
Navigating to the Offer
To add an Additional Event, first navigate from the dashboard to Offers > Manage.
From there you can select an offer by clicking it.
Adding the Event
You can add an Additional Event by clicking Edit next to Revenue & Payout.
From this page click Add Event.
Name the event.
Private vs. Public
Private will hide the event and all its data from the Partner. They will not see it in their dashboard or have any reporting on it.
Public will make the event accessible to the Partner. They will see reporting on it and be allowed to get paid for it as well.
Revenue and Payout Types
You can choose from a few different revenue and payout types: RPA, RPS, and RPA+RPS. These behave the same way as when set on the base conversion. Please click here for more details on these types.
You can have the Revenue and Payout of the Event be counted toward the Cap on the Offer, Offer Group and Custom Setting level. Please note that Events will only be counted when Enforce Caps is toggled on and there is a cap set on the Revenue and Payout level.
Click Add, then Save.
For more info on how to set it up so the Advertiser posts conversions back for these events, please click here.
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