Network Data Imports Function

By adding vNative to your current traffic funnel, you can migrate from another tracking system without interruption. Take the steps below to import offers in vNative and to start with vNative.

Warning: Performing steps out of order can result in tracking discrepancies between the two systems.

Importing offers from Hasoffers.

Start by importing data from your Hasoffers to vNative. Click on Integration. Then click on Add New option.

Then select Hasoffers from the options given.

Advertiser: Select the Advertiser, whose campaign you are importing. If you are working as a company then you can add an Advertiser of yourself and can import selecting yourself.

API Key: Enter the API Key of your network.

To get the API from the Hasoffers Panel you need to follow the below: 
1. Click on APIs from the Tools menu in the left side menu.
2. Click on Request APIs Key.

Network Id: Enter your network Id here.

Append to URL:  If you want to add parameters into your URL then you can add it from here.

Ratio of Payout/Revenue: Enter the Payout/Revenue, so that our revenue can sense the ratio and autofill the Revenue and Payout column. Here Revenue is the payout given by hasoffers.
Eg: If Revenue: $2 and Payout: $1.8 the here Ratio => 0.9

Importing offers from CAKE.

Start by importing data from your CAKE to vNative. Click on Setting. Then click on Imports option. Click on New Source button then select CAKE from the options.

Advertiser: Select the Advertiser, whose campaign you are importing. If you are working as a company then you can add an Advertiser of yourself and can import selecting yourself.

API Key: Enter the API Key of your network.

Network Id: Enter your network Id here.

Append to URL:  If you want to add parameters into your URL then you can add it from here.

Affiliate Id: Enter your Affiliate Id in this column. Affiliate Id is given by your network whose offers you are running.

Ratio of Payout/Revenue: Enter the Payout/Revenue, so that our revenue can sense the ratio and auto fill the Revenue and Payout column. Here Revenue is the payout given by CAKE.
Eg: If Revenue: $2 and Payout: $1.8 the here Ratio => 0.9

Import Through CSV

The following document defines the process for importing data from an external source into vNative. A properly formatted CSV File (CSV) Needed Before Beginning the Process.
To import through, Goto: Integration from the top menu-bar, then click on the CSV Uploads, then click on the available options. 

Import Advertiser
To import Advertisers click on Advertiser. Then upload the CSV by clicking on Choose File, then click on Upload button.

Column name with * is required.

Column Name Description Accepted Values Example
name* Name of the advertiser/company Up to 255 characters  ABC Company
email* Email address of user for this account xyz@commpanyname.com
phone* Phone number of company +(country code + area code + number)  +911651651318
country* Country in address Two-letter capital letter  UK
ref_id Reference ID for this advertiser account for another system Up to 255 characters xyz1289
Password Password used to login to advertiser interface Must be more than 6 characters in length. If no password is entered on creation, a password using the firstname + zipcode in lowercase josh@1234
Website Website of Company Does not work with ‘http://’ prepended www.xyzcompany.com

Import Publisher
To import Publisher click on Publisher. Then upload the CSV by clicking on Choose File and click on Upload.

Column name with * is required.

Column Name Description Accepted Values Example
name* Name of the publisher/company Up to 255 characters  ABC Company
email* Email address of user for this account xyz@commpanyname.com
phone* Phone number of company +(country code + area code + number)  +911651651318
country* Country in address Two-letter capital letter  UK
ref_id Reference ID for this publisher account for another system Up to 255 characters xyz1289
Password Password used to login to pubisher interface Must be more than 6 characters in length. If no password is entered on creation, a password using the firstname + zipcode in lowercase josh@1234
Website Website of Company Does not work with ‘http://’ prepended www.xyzcompany.com

Import Conversions

If you have previous data pending in your previous tracking software or you have some offline conversion reports then you can add conversion manually with vNative CSV import feature You need to upload the CSV file in this section and click on submit button.

 

Column Name Description Accepted Values Example
click_id unique id of click generated Up to 255 characters 2320322sa2103qa
campaign_id unique id of conversion tracked Up to 255 characters  8ad4d0032kd39223
publisher_id Here you will add unique Id given Affiliate/Publisher Up to 255 characters  ds31323034ss
txn_id URL to preview landing page Any URL (http:// included)  http://example.com
sub1, sub2, sub3, sub4 Extra parameter received for the conversion. any value Agency123
sale_amount Amount of total sale done, it’s very useful when you are offering the percentage of sale amount (used to set payout and revenue for CPS offers) Value with up to two decimal places. 100.02
sale_currency Three-letter ISO currency abbreviation  Currency unit defined by ISO USD
method It’s the method with which the conversion has been recorded pixel or aquisition pixel
ipaddr Advertiser IP address used to create conversion Valid IP addresses up to 15 characters (IPv6 not supported) 192.168.0.0
status Approval status of the conversion “pending”, “approved”, or “rejected” approved
created Date and time for the conversion  YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS 2017-10-30 10:10:09
type Type of the campaign conversion, sales or installs conversion

Import Campaigns ( present in enterprise plan ) 
Instead of adding campaigns again and again with vNative CSV import feature you are enabled to upload campaigns in a go.  Importing Campaigns is a very easy task to do in vNative. Importing of Campaigns can be done in campaign tab of the import section. Fill up the form and upload the CSV file in this section and click on submit button.

This information would be constant for every campaign we upload through CSV.
Choose an Objective of the Campaign. 
Check box the campaign type from Conversion, App Installs, Impression, and Clicks.
Select an Advertiser
Uploaded campaigns would come under the selected Advertiser.
Enter the Revenue and Payout
Enter the Revenue and Payout which would be same at the time of upload can be changed afterward.
Select the Visibility
Select the visibility of the campaign which would be same for every uploaded campaign.
Select the Category
Select the category under which these campaigns come. If category not added you add them further by clicking on Add more Categories.
Select the Campaign’s Coverage
Select the country for the campaigns. This coverage would be same everywhere in the campaigns, you can change it afterward.
Image URL
Enter the Image URL of the campaigns, this image would be constant everywhere in the uploaded campaigns. You can either put the logo of the campaign or put the sample image justifying the campaign Category.
Upload  CSV

 

Column Name Description Accepted Values Example
title* Title of the Campaign Up to 255 characters Campaign name
description* Description of Campaign Up to 65,535 characters  This is an Campaign description
url* URL to the default landing page of the offer Any URL (http:// included) along with defined macros  http://example.com?trans={transaction_id}
preview_url* URL to preview landing page Any URL (http:// included)  http://example.com
expiry* Date and time the offer will expire (in UTC, not network time) YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS 2025-09-09 23:59:59
status Status of the campaigns ‘active’, ‘pending’, ‘paused’, ‘deleted’ active
id ID of the campaign if you are updating campaigns via CSV Numeric ID of campaign 316726
advertiser_id ID of advertiser account numeric ID of existing advertiser ade3167
payout How affiliates are compensated recorded as cost ‘cpa’ – Cost per Conversion (CPA) flat amount model.
‘cps’ – Cost per Sale (CPS) percentage commission model.
‘cpi’ – Cost per installs (CPI)
‘cpc’ – Cost per Click (CPC)
‘cpm’ – Cost per Thousand Impressions (CPM)
cpa
revenue How advertisers will pay recorded as revenue ‘cpa’ – Cost per Conversion (CPA) flat amount model.
‘cps’ – Cost per Sale (CPS) percentage commmission model.
‘cpi’ – Cost per installs (CPI)
‘cpc’ – Cost per Click (CPC)
‘cpm’ – Cost per Thousand Impressions (CPM)
cpc
is_private Enables offer to be private 1 (enabled) or 0 (disabled) 1
categories categoriesIDs of categories that offer is associated with Category ID integer values separated by commas, wrapped in double quotes ( “” )/td> “123”

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