1. Descriptions of Multiple URLs

Your offers and campaigns maybe have more than one landing page where you want to send traffic to. You might want to A/B test your landing pages to see which one converts better.

Instead of creating a new offer for each landing page, you can add multiple URLs to one offer. Each URL can allow the affiliate to designate what URL they want to send traffic to. When they grab a tracking link from their panel, they can select which URL the traffic sends.

2. How to Add and Delete Multiple URLs

2.1 Default Landing Page

When creating offer, the preview URL and Destination URL will be set as default, grabbing Tracking Link,Default Landing Page has no URL ID;

2.2 Add Additional Landing Page

To provide additional Landing Pages(or additional offer URLs) for your offer, look for the Landing Pages panel of the offer’s page, and click the Create button at the top right of the page.

Each Landing Page has unique URL ID, this ID will displayed in offer’s tracking link, when traffic comes to the offer’s url_id. (except default offer url )

In this page, there are three fields:

1) “Name” is a name that you will refer in Offerslook platform for reports and for selecting the URL in certain campaigns.

2) “Preview URL” is the URL that you can send affiliates to so they can preview the landing page. This field will not track, so there is no need to add additional parameters.

3) “Status” is the status of this landing page, there are two status “Active”or “Deleted”.

“Destination URL” is the URL that you will send traffic to. For a list of macros that can be used in this field.

After finish these fields, you can Add the landing page to the offer. Back in the Landing Pages panel, additional URLs are displayed alongside the “Events”, but default landing page is the same place displayed.

3. Get Offer’s Tracking Link

Once the URL and other additional Landing Pages have been added to the offer, the offfer Landing Page dropdown menu appears in the Generate Tracking panel of the offer’s detail page. Here, you can select which Landing Page you want the tracking link to redirect to:

The default landing page will not add any additional parameter to the tracking link, if you selecting any other URL updates the tracking link to include an additional parameter to include the numeric ID of the offer URL:


When you add additional Landing Pages to an offer, you will notice that there is a random option in the Landing Page dropdown. When you select this and generate the tracking link, the ad server selects one of the offer landing pages, including the default landing page to redirect to. You can add this functionality to the tracking link with the random_url parameter:


When a user first clicks on the offer, the ad server saves the URL randomly selected into a cookie. While the user has that cookie, subsequent clicks will go to the previously selected URL, not to a new random selection. Users clearing cookies or using new incognito sessions will get new random URLs.

The ad server does take into account how many times users are redirected to certain offer URL(or landing pages), so the click distribution between all the URLs will not be even. Some URLs might end up getting more clicks than others.

4.  Delete Landing Pages

If you want to delete an additional Landing Pages from the offer, click edit in the landing page’s section on the specific Landing Page. In the editing landing page, set the status to “Deleted” and save. This removes the URL from the list and from the dropdown.

Important: Traffic that attempts to go to a deleted offer landing page goes to the default landing page instead.

The default landing page cannot be deleted, but if you want to change this, then you can do so by going to the offer details section and editing the default offer landing page there.

If you need to recover a deleted offer URL, on the landing page part you can choose “Deleted” only show deleted from the dropdown to show all the deleted Landing Pages. Click Edit, you can set the status to “Active”in Edit Landing Page, and the Landing Page is live again.