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Link1s is still here, still active and we still pay daily.
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@Noreht I signed up to ClixSense using your ref! Is the big money maker over there the surveys, too? At least that’s what I’ve heard. I see you’ve already signed up to Swagbucks using Origami’s link, but I’ll leave my link here too if there’s any kind individual who lurks across this way in the future and feels like helping me out.
I’m looking to understand the post-iOS 14 performance of referral attribution and finding the documentation unhelpful.
Some folks like AppsFlyer and Branch are saying iOS 14 does not affect referral attribution because it does not utilize IDFA. I’m wondering if the same is true for Firebase, and if anyone could explain how user invite attribution works without IDFA across a deferred deep link, on a detailed level, and why it works when things like ad campaign attribution doesn’t?
Does anyone have recent, pre and post-iOS 14 success rates for referral attribution? We’re trying to understand the level of attribution risk involved in using Firebase for this.
Apps are working fine here, their BMF threads are –
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I have a referral code field in contact form 7 in readonly but the problem is if the user didn’t register for the first time and tried to signup again using another link that field keeps autofilling the old code. I think it’s because of the wpcache.
Here’s the referral field in contact form 7
<label> Referral Code: <span class="required">*</span> (text* ref readonly id:rc default:get default:post_meta placeholder "Referral Code") </label>
Is using the default:get and default:post_meta not a good idea to grab the parameter values in the query URL? When I inspect element the value is correct but the value in the input field is cached. When they click submit the value that’s carried over is the autofilled one.
This is how I get the value in the input field after they click submit so It will carry over to the next page, but It end up carrying the value of the cached referral code.
var ref = document.getElementById('ref').value;
It is basically a free graphic exchange service, where if you have a code they provide on your forum or site, you gain credits to advertise your banner(s) in the same system.