NativeAds & LandingTrack. Start Automating Your Native Campaigns


Thinking about starting automating all your Push, Pop and Native Campaigns with Native Ads and LandingTrack?

The power of automation will help increase your CTR, boost your daily activity, and save a lot of time and money.

Automation has completely transformed our daily work and made our lives more efficient. By using bots to help us do the difficult tasks, we can focus on the creative parts. If you want to launch Marketing Campaigns that generate better results with less effort, Native Ads and LandingTrack can help.

STEP 1 — Adding Native Ads as Traffic Source

Go to the “Traffic Sources” tab in the sidebar and click on”Connect New Source” then choose the  “Integrated DPSs” option.


Look for Native Ads and connect with them by entering your email and password

  1. Enter your Native Ads Email Address in the “User” Field
  2. Enter Your Native Ads Password in the “Password” Field

Verify that all your details are correct and click the “Check api” button

Once you are connected, you will see Native Ads appear under your “Traffic Sources”

We suggest you add more steps like — URL Tokens and Outgoing Postback

Now that you are synchronized with Native Ads, click on the “Edit” button.

The following Parameters and Tokens will be provided by default for each Native Ads



  • s={{publisher_id}}— The one need it in order to track the site
  • pid={{ob_click_id}} → Tracking conversions.
  • cmp={{campaign_id}}— Campaign ID, as registered in their system
  • &b={{promoted_link_id}} →Tracking Banners

So if you need to add some extra Tokens to get more details from your visits you can have a look here:

STEP 2 — Creating a Campaign (Dimension) on LandingTrack

There are three different ways to create a dimension on LandingTrack.

  1. From an existing Flow — see how
  2. From Menu side > Offer — see how
  3. From Dimension Menu: see below

Click on the “New Dimension” button0_Wg7JNujRM4S5S9ZI

You will be redirected to our Dimension creator


Start by clicking on the pencil icon right below the bucket to add your Campaign Name.

On the right-hand side of the screen, you will see your offers displayed with their name and status.

Click on the left arrow button to add offers to your Dimension.


If you would like to add more offers, click on the left arrow next to the offer “Play Sweepstakes US_cpa”

You will be redirected to its profile:


— Dimension Configuration Options:


— Dimension Traffic Sources Section:


— Get Campaign URL:


— Optimization Rules:


LandingTrack can optimize the traffic based on different rules, which is when automation comes into action:


— Getting the URL for Native Ads:

Click on the “Get Campaign URL” button

Select Native Ads as your traffic source and check off “Encrypt Portal Name” and “Banner Token”, then select your Domain and your Traffic Segment;

Finally, copy the Campaign Name and URL you have been provided with.

IMPORTANT: Copy the Full name that we provide you with and the Full URL:

Example: Dimension 5e60d8c724dbc55f8f440a42

REMEMBER: Use the Dimension Name and LandingTrack URL for Native Ads Campaign

STEP 3 — Creating campaigns on NativeAds

Creating a push campaign: 

Once you are logged into the platform, you can view the Native Ad’s dashboard:

To create a push campaign, click the “Campaign” tag and find the “Create Push Campaign” button in the dropdown menu.

The first step to create a push campaign is entering your name, the desired start date, and the total and daily budget you wish to spend.

  1. Name: Enter a campaign name that allows you to identify it easily.
  2. When to start the campaign: To start the campaign immediately and run it continuously with no end date, click the first option. If you want the campaign to run on a specific schedule, click the second option and enter your campaign start and end dates.
  3. Total budget: The total budget you want this campaign to spend from start to finish)
  4. Daily budget: The maximum amount of money you want to spend on a daily basis on this campaign.
  5. Default CPC: The amount you are willing to pay per click. For first tier countries (United States, Canada, France, UK, Australia, Singapore). it is recommended to set the default cost per click (CPC) between $0.05 to $0.08 CPC. For other countries, set your default CPC between $0.01 to 0.05. This will enable your campaign to spend accordingly.
  6. How would you like to spend your budget? If you choose evenly, this will allow your campaign to spend through the entire day. On the other hand, if you choose to pick ASAP this will try to spend your daily budget as fast as possible.
  7. Daily clicks: The maximum amount of clicks you want to receive in a day (you don’t have to put anything)
  8. Clicks per IP: This allows you to set a limit on how many times the same user or household can click on your ad. It is suggested that you put between 1-3 maximum.

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The next step is Adgroup and targeting. It will allow you to pick a date/time, country and browser for your campaign.

  1. Location targeting: Select a location where you would like to run your campaign (It is best to have separated campaigns for different locations)
  2. Time Targeting: Day and time of when you would like your campaign to
  3. Os, User Agents, Carries: This allows you to select different devices/browsers. Certain browsers and devices can perform better than

The next step is TQ and Analytics. This will allow you to be more specific on your campaign

  1. Show domain lists: If you know the domains that work or don’t work for your campaign. This is where you can whitelist or blacklists sites. 
  2. Show App List: Same as a) but for apps
  3. Show IP list: Same as a) and b) but for IPs
  4. Show feed list : Ignore
  5. Show google analytics : Ignore
  6. Show conversion tracking : Ignore
  7. New Goal : Ignore

The last step enables you to add your campaign creatives.

  1. Click “New Push Ad”
  2. Add your creative title, destination URL and images. Once you are finished, click the “Submit”

Congratulations! You’ve just made your first campaign. Make sure you hit finish at the last step once the creatives have been submitted.

Updated on May 22, 2020

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