Nudge will provide an Advertiser specific JS which looks like the following:
<script src="//cdn.ndg.io/XXXXXXXX.js" async></script>
ndg_source - (Optional) Source of the traffic being driven to the content. e.g. Nativo
ndg_label - (Optional) Extra classifier that’s appended to the source tag. e.g. Nativo Placement ID. You can use a Nativo tracking token here to keep track of the ad units or placements that were clicked through to reach the Content Landing Page(sponsored article page).
url - This is the custom tag that should have the content id as the domain. This will allow us to attribute all traffic for a piece of content to a single url.
The source and label should represent the ad or name you would like to use as the traffic source and the url should represent the Ad ID wrapped into an encoded URL.
i.e url=http%3A%2F%2F[ad_id].com/ where[ad_id] represents the Ad ID from the Nativo system.
It doesn’t matter what the domain / URL is, as long as the[ad_id] is in there or single identifier that we will use to track all data against. This should create a persistent URL we will use across the Nativo system for the content.
[ad_id]- Nativo content tracking token. Should be used if a campaign contains a single or multiple unique content pieces, or ads. In Nudge, the data will be consolidated under 1 dynamic URL per ad.
[adcampaign_id]- Nativo content tracking token. In Nudge, the data from all ads within a campaign will be consolidated under one single dynamic URL for tracking. NOTE: If you use multiple ads to represent on piece of content, please use the campaign ID here.
[placement_id]- Nativo ad unit tracking token. Should be used on ndg_label to track the placements that are driving the traffic to the sponsored article page.
These parameters should just be added to the end of the script source.
Nativo’s ad server will then update those tokens dynamically with the proper IDs.
<script src="//cdn.ndg.io/XXXXXXX.js?url=http%3A%2F%2Fnudge.nativocontent.com/[ad_id]&ndg_source=US%20News&ndg_label=[placement_id]" async></script>
When you want to whitelist the Nativo-tracked piece of content, you will need to whitelist: http://nudge.nativocontent.com/[ad_id]/ (or, if you've changed the URL in the script tag, you will need to use that, with the Nativo [ad_id] field in place).
In the Nativo system, the script should be added to the Tracking Tab of the Ad, in the Content- Page View field.