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Configure Gateway Tracking Settings

Gateway Tracking Settings is where you can configure behavior for your tracking links, like your default landing page, tracking templates, SSL support, how partners can deep link to your website, and a couple of advanced options.

Configure Gateway Tracking Settings

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  1. From the left navigation menu, select [Menu] → Settings.

  2. In the Program column (right), scroll down to Tracking and select Gateway.

Modify a setting

  1. Next to each setting, select [Edit].

  2. Refer to the sections below for help with each setting, then make your changes.

  3. Select Save.

Set a default landing page

Set the default landing page for all of your Gateway URLs (tracking links).

  • If you're changing to a new default landing page, select Update all existing ads to use this landing page to update all of your tracking links to use this landing page.


    This will not change any custom landing pages you've configured for ads and other content you've created in Impact.

  • If an ad with a custom landing page doesn't work, the tracking link will redirect to this landing page.

  • If you allow partners to create custom tracking links (e.g., short links or vanity links) via the Create a Link widget, this URL will be the default landing page for those tracking links.

SSL Support

This should be enabled by default and will ensure all users are routed to the secure version of your site (HTTPS) via tracking links.

In cases where a partner uses a secure tracking link and your site doesn't support SSL, when the user clicks a link, it will prompt a message stating that they are about to leave a secure site to visit a non-secure site. If your site supports both http:// and https:// and your site is secure, this message can be canceled by redirecting the user to your secure site.


If your site does not support HTTPS, the user will be redirected to a broken URL.

Deep Linking

This should be enabled by default and will allow users to be routed directly to pages on your site.

In order to enable partners to deep link to your site, you will need to input Permitted Domains. For more information on how to do this, see Set Up Permitted Domains for Deep Linking.

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