- FAQ Overview
- Should I Create a New Digital Ocean Droplet Every Time I Add a New Domain?
- Should I Use CDNs to Speed Up the Page Loading?
- Sometimes a Domain Goes With Offline Status But I'm Sure It Is Online
- What Is the Difference Between Flow, Path and URL Campaign Destination?
- How Many Servers Do I Need?
- How to View Only Real Users Visits and Hide Bots?
- If a Page Is Correctly Set Up the Bot Filtering Would Immediately Become Active?
- I Have Some Number of Clicks in Facebook Stats But Zeustrak Shows Much More, Is There Something Wrong?
- Can I Use Zeustrak to Filter My AdWords Campaigns?
- Is It Possible to Filter the Tracking Pixel on the Conversion (Another Site/Domain)?
- Will Facebook Charge Me For Preview/Prefetch Clicks?
- Do We Have a Reporting API?
- What Does the Depth Variable Mean?
- Tracking Parameters
What Is the Difference Between Flow, Path and URL Campaign Destination?
A flow is a predefined set of campaign destination paths. Flows are unique because they make it possible to have a specific redirect mode for each individual path. Flows often more complex than paths and based on the marketer experience of promoting certain offer.
A path is used to retarget traffic inside one campaign or be a part of the Flow component. The path can use rules or direct URL to guide traffic to a given destination. Usually paths are used to test marketing suggestions to promote a new offer.
A URL destination is used when you want to send your traffic directly to a specific URL without applying any set of rules.