If you need any specific tracking links you can copy that link, click on Add Deep Link which opens a deeplink bar. Paste the link you want to use in the Add Deeplink bar. And click on the + next to it. The updated tracking link is now called a deeplink.
Add Source ID
Source IDs are an easy way to attach information about various traffic sources for tracking links. They can be found in any tracking report, down to the impression level and they are a great way for affiliates to keep track of their various campaigns. To add a source value to the tracking link, click ‘Add Source’ and enter the value, then click Update. You can also add a source value to any tracking link by adding this parameter:
Generate an Impression Pixel
Tracking impressions for an offer is simple, simply click the box by Impression Pixel, and copy the code provided and place it on the page where the tracking link is found. Impression pixels will be automatically included in all creative code generated. The impression pixel only tracks impressions and doesn't redirect to the offer URL. If you have the offer to start tracking at impression, then this pixel is required to track session
To shorten a tracking link into a tiny URL, navigate to an offer's page, look for the Generate Tracking section, and check the box next to Generate Tiny URL. The Tracking Link field will update to a shortened version. If it doesn't, click Update to refresh the field.
Note: When shortening a tracking link to a tiny URL, the tracking link must be less than 500 characters in length.
Tiny URL Example
Let's take a look at this typical tracking link:
Upon checking the Generate Tiny URL box, the above link will be converted into something like:
If an additional parameter (such as a sub ID) is added after the tiny URL is generated, a new tiny URL will be generated to account for the added information. The following tracking link is the same as the one we started with above, but with an added parameter:
When the URL is converted to a tiny URL, HasOffers will automatically include and conceal the additional parameter:
You can also append parameters to a tiny URL if you are looking to pass dynamic values into HasOffers. For example, if you want to pass a sub ID on click, you can append that to the end of the shortened URL: