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Prosper202 and MSN adCenter
keyword tracking

Msg#: 4236056 posted 10:44 pm on Nov 28, 2010 (gmt 0)

Hello all,

I'm really trying to get msn adcenter and prosper202 able to track my keywords. the tutorials for tracking202 showed that you had to enable tracking urls on yahoo search marketing, but i can't find an option to change like that on msn adcenter. how do i track my keywords using prosper on tracking202?



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Msg#: 4236056 posted 6:37 pm on Dec 12, 2010 (gmt 0)

I am pretty sure you need to manually enable it on AdCenter.

Not sure how prosper wants you to set them up, but it should basically be using the right parameters in the right places.

Here is something from adcenter help:
Syntax and types of query string parameters

A query string parameter consists of a variable name and value in this form:


where variable is the name of the variable used in your company's script programs to identify the query parameter, and querytype is one of the following values:

* QueryString: Returns the text string that was typed by the search user
* MatchType: Returns the type of match (exact, phrase, or broad) that triggered the display of your ad
* OrderItemId: Returns the keyword that was matched to the text string
* AdId: Returns the ID number of the clicked ad

Here is a link to help you figure it out:

Go there and type in tracking. (adcenter help area)


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Msg#: 4236056 posted 5:47 pm on Feb 11, 2011 (gmt 0)

tracking202 and the whole 202 platform has been REALLY flaky for me over the past months

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