Once you have obtained the tracking link from the partner’s system, go to Partners > Conversion Pixels/URLs. In the row for the pixel you want to test, click Test in its respective column:
On the next page you will see a three-step process that is needed to complete the test. Step one has already been done, which is select the partner and offer that you want to test. The next step is to place the partner tracking link from the partner’s system into the field into Step Two. This tracking link should redirect to your networks tracking link for the partner. When the tracking link has been pasted into the field for Step Two, click Open:
By clicking the link, you will open the tracking link in a new tab in your browser. This begins a test tracking session for both your and the partner’s tracking systems and redirect to the offer landing page. Once the landing page fully loads, you can close your browser tab.
Note: Make sure that you are not only pasting in your TUNE partner tracking link. Doing so initiates the session for your TUNE platform, and not for the partner’s system. When it comes time to fire a conversion, conversions will only track on your end, and not in the partner’s system, which this tool serves to test.
On Step 3, you can see a test URL that will fire the conversion, and you can test fire the conversion by clicking Test. This takes you to a new testing page URL that is similar to an offer conversion tracking pixel URL, but without any HTML code:
The appended test=1 parameter tells the ad server that the conversion is a test (and to display the conversion results).
When you click Test in Step 3, this will trigger the conversion with the following URL:
Which will show a response similar to this:
If the partner was firing a postback URL, then the response shows the URL fired, along with any values passed through from TUNE to the partner. If there is a server response, then that response appears at the bottom.
If a partner has multiple pixels/postbacks placed for an offer, then each pixel and postback appears in the response list.
After the test has taken place and all the responses look good, the partner will now have to confirm if the conversion was recorded on their end. If so, and all the values are passed correctly, then the partner’s pixel/postback is ready to go live on their end. In the meantime, you can check that the tested conversion appears in your own conversion report with the “Employee Test” status message: