A Guide To Setting Up – Start Here
This article acts as a guide to setting up the basics for your account
- Link your Google Ad account
- Set up your PPC accounts
- Insert Click Tracking Script in all your landing pages
- Check Click Tracking Script installation
- Set your Click Quotas
- Enable / Disable IP Ranges
- Align your timezone with your Google Ads account.
1. Link Your Google Ads Account
Linking your Google Ads standard or MCC account with The Click Saver is a similar process to signing into your gmail account, just follow Google’s prompts.
Goto your TCS dashboard > Set Up > Google Ad Account.
2. Set Up Your PPC Ad Accounts
TCS is setup to track IP’s landing on your website or any landing page you have the click tracking script installed. Automatically your click quotas will be filled from organic and direct clicks from over 15 popular click sources. However for the system to track, distinguish and record clicks for paid ads you will need to enable parameters so the system can distinguish between types of clicks.
Facebook Ads and Instagram Ads, add a UTM parameter in your ads, to discover how, click here
Google Ads, enable Auto-tagging, to discover how, click here
Bing Ads, enable Auto-tagging, to discover how, click here
YouTube Ads, enable Auto-tagging, to discover how, click here
Twitter Ads, add a UTM parameter, to discover how, click here
LinkedIn Ads, nothing the system distinguishes paid ads automatically, yay!
3. Insert Click Tracking Script in your landing pages
For us to track and save clicks, it is imperative you install a small HTML click tracking script in ALL your landing pages you will use to advertise on Google Ads and/or Bing Ads. Alternatively, you can install across your entire website .
To locate the click tracking, simply goto your TCS dashboard > SetUp > Tracking Script > Copy & Paste into your landing pages.
Choose your website platform below for a guide on how to install script.
HTML, how to install script.website, click here
WordPress, how to install script. website, click here
ClickFunnels, how to install script. click here
LeadPages, how to install script. click here
Wix, how to install script. click here
Weebly, how to install script. click here
Webflow, how to install script. click here
Squarespace, how to install tracking script, click here
Other, how to install script. click here
4. Check Click Tracking Script installation.
Once you have installed the click tracking script in your website, you can check the installation is being registered by the TCS system.
Simply, head over to your TCS dashboard > Setup > Website > Click the tracking script status button.
If the monitoring script has been installed correctly you will receive a message saying “installed”.
If you are not receiving this message, it means your TCS click tracking script has not been installed correctly and you will need to re-check the installation.
For some troubleshooting tips, click here
5. Set Your Click Quotas.
Click Quotas fills the void within the Google Ads or Bing Ads system, it gives you the ability to set a certain amount of clicks per IP address. Once your quota has been met the system will automatically exclude the IP in Google Ads and stop your ads being serving to that IP address, at the same time we email you a Click Quota alert for Bing Ads.
To set your click quota for your website/s…
Goto your TCS dashboard > Control Panel > Click Quotas > Click Quota Settings > Save.
To learn more about setting click quotas, click here
6. Enable / Disable IP Ranges
IP ranges are a lot of IP’s within close range of each other, when this feature is enabled the system will automatically inform Google Ads to exclude an IP Range across your ad campaigns, excluding any IP’s within these ranges from clicks and charges.
By default IP ranges is enabled. (recommended).
If you don’t want to disable, simply go to the next step.
However, If you would like to disable IP Ranges for your websites
Head over to your TCS dashboard > Control Panel > Click Quotas > Ip Ranges > Disable for each website.
To learn more about IP Ranges, click here
7. Align TCS timezone with your Google Ads account timezone.
At times an unaligned TCS and your Google ads timezone can create click reporting issues.
Head over to TCS dashboard > My Account > Timezone Settings > Select > Update