Adding click macro for: AOL Adserver (Formerly known as Adtech)

The macro that is used by AOL Adserver is the following: _ADCLICKESC_

This macro expands to: http://adserver.adtech.de/adlink|0|AdId=;BnId=;itime=;nodecode=yes;link= (Campaign specific variables are removed)

In this macro you will find the redirect parameter already (;link=), so that our escaped macro can be appended direct after. The finished macro chain should look like this:

click: "_ADCLICKESC_{{escapedClick}}"

This will then in the end expand to the following:

http://adserver.adtech.de/adlink|0|AdId=;BnId=;itime=;nodecode=yes;link=http://click-macro-example.com

Below is a finished example:

<!-- JavaScript Ad Tag / Delta Projects / 300x250 / Downloaded at: Tue Mar 01 01:01:01 CET 2016
     Campaign 1, Purchase 1
-->

<script type="text/javascript" data-sting="12345">
  !function(t,n,e){"undefined"==typeof $ting&&
  ($ting={p:n+"s:"==t.location.protocol?n+"s":n,a:[],
  h:"sting.de17a.com"},a=t.createElement("script"),
  a.async=!0,a.src=$ting.p+"://"+$ting.h+"/ctrl.js",
  t.body.appendChild(a)),$ting.a.push([null,12345,300,250,e])
  }(document,"http",{ click: "_ADCLICKESC_{{escapedClick}}" });
</script>

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Not working properly?

If the click chain seems to be broken it could be due to issues with encoding/decoding URLs within the chain. If you find yourself in this very situation, we suggest you try and use:

_ADCLICKDEC_{{escapedClick}}

If it still doesn't work, please contact: technical@deltaprojects.com


Last modified: Tue Jun 12 2018 15:01:50 GMT+0200 (CEST)