Campaign Statistics
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Campaign Statistics

To go to your campaign statistics, select the necessary campaign in the list and click the Report button. You can also double-click the line in the table or select the Report item in the context menu. The statistics page will open in the current tab. To open a report in a new tab, select the Report in new tab item in the context menu.

Report Building

1. Under the main menu you can see the panel of the first-level quick reports.

The following reports are available:

Landers - Landers statistics.

Offers - Offers statistics.

Aff. Networks - Affiliate Networks statistics.

Tokens - Token statistics in the settings of the source related to this campaign.

Countries - Statistics by country, city, continent, state / region. Select the appropriate item from the drop-down menu to build a report.

Devices - Device type (desktop, smartphone, etc.), brand, model, screen resolution, screen size in inches.

OS - Statistics on operating systems and their versions.

Browsers - Statistics on browsers and their versions.

Rules - Statistics on rules that are set in a campaign.

Paths - Statistics on built in a campaign paths.

IP - IP-addresses and ranges in the form of,,, IPV6.

ISP - Statistics on operators and connection type.

Days - Date, hours, days of week, visit time zone.

Languages - User browser language.

Referrers - Referral: domain and full URL.

Clicking on one of the elements you will see a report on the appropriate metric.

2. Multilevel reports

If you need to get much deeper statistics, for example, by ISPs and IP ranges, select necessary groupings below.

3. Visualization

You can use visualization for any campaign. It gives you a more visual reports presentation. To do this, click the Charts button. Moving the mouse over any charts fragment you will see a brief information on this:

Moving the mouse over one of the parameters for which the charts is built, the corresponding line will be highlighted:

Report management

1. Search

You can enter the required value in the text field to find it in the report. For example, a certain publisher. For this click Apply. Search will be done only by the first grouping!

2. Edit

The Edit button opens editing window for the campaign for which the report has been compiled.

3. Update cost

Update cost button opens the updating cost window for the campaign for which the report has been compiled.

4. Reports export

Export button in CSV, TXT, Clipboard formats.

* Choosing the CSV format, all the pages of the generated report will be exported into a separate CSV file.

* Choosing the TXT format, only the current page data of the generated report is copied. Only the first column for which the grouping was done is copied into a separate TXT format file.

* Choosing the Clipboard format, the same volume of TXT data is copied to the clipboard.

5. Anti-fraud

Selecting one of the report lines, you can click the Anti-fraud button for more detailed information on the anti-bot filter.

6. Filter system

To apply a filter to the report, click the Filter button. The following window will appear:

Here you can make your own filter with several conditions. Choose a grouping, column, operator, and value. To add a new condition to the filter, click the + Add condition button. And operator acts between the conditions. To apply the filter, click the Apply button at the bottom of the window. To save the filter, enter the desired name in the Name of filter field and click Save. Now you have no need to compile a new filter each time. Just select the filter from the list above. To remove a filter, select it in the list and click the delete icon. You can also use saved filters. Using them you can receive a report with saved filters.

7. There is a mark system for the Tokens report:

* Select the necessary line of the tokens report and select a mark for it.

* To remove a mark, select the desired line of the report and press CLEAR.

* If the report line is not selected, the mark system works as a filter. You can select the desired mark and filter by this mark without highlighting the report line.

Page navigation

At the bottom of each main tab and report page there is a multi-page navigation block:

With the help of navigation block you can go to the next, previous page of the report and select a specific page. You can also customize the data output of 50-500 lines per page.


Drilldown - diving into the data with the details of applied filters and hierarchy from top to bottom.

When a drilldown is applied, the first immersion layer (such as a drilldown campaign) creates a data slice report with the first grouping / filter applied to the data.

When a drilldown is applied, the second immersion layer (for example, selecting data by the second grouping of a campaign) generates a report with a slice of the data to which the first filter is applied, the second filter is applied to the results of the first filter.

When you select different levels of groupings, a report is generated with the drilldown already applied.

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