Adding a Lander in Zeustrak Cloud

You can use cloud hosting integrated into the tracker to store your landers. It is much easier and you can store and manage all your landers and assets in one place with no additional charge. To store your lander in Zeustrak Cloud, you should have a single html file and put all needed assets to a single folder

The easiest way to do that is to tick Load lander by url checkbox when creating a new lander. In this case Zeustrak will download all the content from url provided and upload it to Zeustrak Cloud.

Otherwise it could be achieved by saving page from your browser (press Cmd/Ctrl + S) . Then you upload all the assets to the relevant lander and put html code in the Code textfield.

Adding a lander in Zeustrak Cloud:

  1. Create new Landing page in Zeustrak and name it
  2. Set location type to Zeustrak Cloud
  3. Set offers count
    This means, how many different offers are promoted on your page at one time
  4. Select countries and folder 
  5. Prepare your lander for upload:
    - Create new folder on your local machine called /assets. Place all lander files (images, styles, scripts) in this folder.
    - Define paths to the files in HTML code. Your lander structure should look like this:

    ├── assets/style.css
    ├── assets/image.png
    ├── assets/script.js

    - Update all tracking links with http://{trackingdomain}/click/?origin={origin}
    - Add placeholders if needed (You can add variables such as {city} and {countryname})
    - You can pass 3 variables to lander and/or offer from tracking URL: {var1}, {var2}, {var3}
        Add var1= to the tracking URL for example http:/ 
        Add {var1} to any place in your Lander if you want to pass it from tracking URL, for example <h1>Header {var1}</h1>
        Add {var1} to offer URL on offer setup{var1} if you want it to pass to the offer

6. Upload your files to Zeustrak from your /assets file

Upload it to the server using Load assets button at the bottom of the screen below Code editor.

7. Copy and Paste your HTML source code to the code editor

8. Create and close

NOTE: you should never upload unnecessary scripts to a local lander folder, especially that ones that changing URLs!