What is Trackback or Referral links?

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What is Trackback or Referral links?
« on: 02-20-2017, 04:55:52 »
Hello friends,

I want to know that What is Trackback or Referral links?


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Re: What is Trackback or Referral links?
« Reply #1 on: 02-22-2017, 03:44:20 »
A referral link is a link which lets the manager and the manager's partners keep track of the investors referred to the PAMM Account. After a partner is added to the PAMM Account, they will be able to find their referral link by clicking the "PAMM Partner" icon in the "Partnership Networks" section of myAlpari.
A referral link is a link which is the suggestion of any site and it is a decent way getting traffic for your website.

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Re: What is Trackback or Referral links?
« Reply #2 on: 02-22-2017, 04:54:04 »
Hi,

Trackback is a very interesting metric, it shows websites that link to yours, the landing pages they link to and how much traffic is generated by this specific link to your website. This makes opportunities for collaboration and link building easy  And
Referral links is a unique to each advocate and appears in each advocate's Portal Sharing Page.

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Re: What is Trackback or Referral links?
« Reply #3 on: 02-27-2017, 08:17:00 »
Trackbacks are ways for one site to notify another about an update. SixApart, the people behind Typepad and MovableType, invented Trackbacks as a way for blogs to inform another when it has been referenced in a post.

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Re: What is Trackback or Referral links?
« Reply #4 on: 02-28-2017, 02:14:29 »
A referral link is a link which lets the manager and the manager's partners keep track of the investors referred to the PAMM Account. After a partner is added to the PAMM Account, they will be able to find their referral link by clicking the "PAMM Partner" icon in the "Partnership Networks" section of myAlpari.
A referral link is a link which is the suggestion of any site and it is a decent way getting traffic for your website.


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Re: What is Trackback or Referral links?
« Reply #5 on: 03-20-2017, 01:00:44 »
To put it plainly, TracbBack is intended to give a method for imparting between sites: it is a method for conveying Blogger A's message to Blogger B, "This is something you might be occupied with.". To do this, Blogger A sends a TrackBack ping to Blogger B.

A referral connection is a connection that is offered out to every client who is welcome to take an interest your referral program. This connection is one of a kind to every supporter's and shows up on every supporter's Entry Sharing Page.

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Re: What is Trackback or Referral links?
« Reply #6 on: 05-21-2017, 23:06:23 »
If you want to compare any numbers against one another, you have to collect them the same way with the same technology.

It’s no use to compare Google Analytics’ campaing results against some random third party click numbers. Those people who clicked, might’ve never reached your site or slid right off with huge bounce rate. And you’d never known.

Rule of thumb is to use UTM parameters on every link you have control over.

That way you can compare your “referral traffic” against other sources or channels. They also make it possible to compare your efforts with more than one perspective. That is, if you’ve planned the big picture early enough.

With proper settings you can compare campaign against campaing, regardless the source or medium. Or source against source, regardless the campaing. And so on.

Currently only utm_source is mandatory and you can leave others off, if you want to. But in most cases you can still use the basic three (source, medium, campaign). To use all five (incl content and term) usually makes it too difficult compared the trouble and also increases the chance of mistakes.

Source is usually the place where the link is. Usually it’s pretty much the same as the domain of the website. If it’s email newsletter, then the name of the list might be a good option. If you do pushes with an app, then the name of the app.

Medium is the tool you use to serve that link to the user. It might be a post (on any social media platforms) or email or push.

Don’t use a campaign for just one email blast. You’re missing your comparison point of view. You can compare two emails with utm_content or simply time range in GA.

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Re: What is Trackback or Referral links?
« Reply #7 on: 07-10-2017, 22:57:06 »
In your Google analytics reporting you'll see that there is "referral traffic." This always comes from a back link from the domain where the referral is credited, meaning there is a link to your site on that site.

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Re: What is Trackback or Referral links?
« Reply #8 on: 07-11-2017, 00:11:59 »
A referral link is the URL that is referred to a visitor by a member of the website. Referral links help to gain more visitors to your website and generate more leads for your business.


 

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