We have multiple affiliates/media buyers, driving traffic to our offer.
Each needs to have their own unique domain, so that they don't need to use an affiliate link.
The page they land on should be the same as their unique domain (eg. if their domain is 12345.com, then the final page they land on should also be 12345)
Thinking our offer should be loaded onto a static server, with something like Google Tag Manager used to swap out data (ie. domain name etc).
So if the offer is statically hosted at static1.myoffer.com, affiliate 1 could point the cname for their domain (12345.com) to static1.myoffer.com and when visiting 12345.com, dynamic values would be rendered site-wide to all show 12345.com and no trace of static links. Any conversions made through this 12345.com domain would be attributed to affiliate 1
Then for affiliate 2, we clone static1.myoffer.com to static2.myoffer.com
They have a domain abcde.com, point the cname to static2.myoffer.com, and it acts exactly the same as the previous setup. All conversions made through abcde.com would be attributed to affiliate 2, and so on.
I can show an example of this setup in action.
Ideally we would get this task completed within the next 24-48 hours.
Posted On: September 15, 2021 00:24 UTC
Category: Back-End Development
Skills:Google Analytics, PHP, Affiliate Marketing, Google Tag Manager
Country: United States
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