100%? Sounds awesome! Happy Bday Envato!
If you find a good plugin let me know. If not, I might just link to a simple php script that randomly redirects outbound traffic to either lightbox or no lightbox page.
I think random is a bad thing, that way you can’t understand is it working or it’s random
p.s. didn’t find good solution for a/b testing so far…
I’m currently looking into a/b testing solutions for WP site. will do my tests too. Btw, anyone can recommend wp plugin for that?
Did anyone had chance to test things out?
Holy moly! Step in the right direction.
Next: another “role” for a team member to update files. Split earnings between accounts.
This looks like a great find, but what would users think? Saving one click is awesome, but it might scare users who is not familiar with envato marketplaces, no? Imaging, you click a link and then you are redirected to another page with a popup window which overlays actual content…
Definitely A/B testings are required
Thanks guys for helping out! Can’t add anything new to this thread – there’s a perfect answer already
mad_dog saidI have two campaigns: One goes directly to the marketplace (with ?ref= and utm_* parameters ) and another campaign goes to a landing page before the marketplace.
Hey guys! Do you drive the traffic directly to TF or to your landing pages? Does TF policy allow to refer the visitors from google adwords to TF? Thanks for the answer.
Same here. Why would Envato be against driving free traffic towards the marketplace?
actually I just had a look at the UTM builder page: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1033867?hl=en it says source, medium and name are all required. so maybe that is why they are not showing in the report correctly.
I noticed that too… Today we added all 3 required params and something went through in the analytics report, will be back tomorrow with results