Send your event data from RudderStack to impact.com.
impact.com is a global partnership management platform that helps in managing and scaling different partnerships, such as affiliates, influencers, strategic business partners, mobile apps, commerce content publishers, B2B, and more.
At least one of the userId, anonymousId, context.device.id, or context.device.advertisingId parameters is required to make an identify call successfully.
The track call lets you capture user events along with the properties associated with them.
RudderStack sends the track events listed in the Action Event Names and Install Event Names dashboard settings to impact.com using the Conversions endpoint. All the other track events are sent using the PageLoad endpoint.
Apart from the required properties mentioned above, at least one of the context.referrer.id/properties.clickId, userId, anonymousId, properties.coupon/properties.coupon_id, context.device.id, context.device.advertisingId, or context.device.id is required to make a track call successfully.
The page method lets you record your website’s page views with any additional relevant information about the viewed page. You can send a page call to impact.com via the PageLoad endpoint.
The property mappings for page call are exactly the same as identify call. Refer to the property mappings section for more details.
The screen call lets you record whenever your user views their mobile screen, with any additional relevant information about the screen. You can send a screen call to impact.com via the PageLoad endpoint.
The property mappings for screen call are exactly the same as identify call. Refer to the property mappings section for more details.
How can I debug the impact.com errors?
Any errors may arise due to the failed pathing, invalid parameters, authentication errors, and network unavailability. Refer to the impact.com Errors documentation for more information. Additionally, you can also refer to their Rate Limits documentation for more information on the API call limits.
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