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Maxbounty.com Affiliate Network Integration in MGID Ads

MGID Dashboard Settings

Maxbounty Dashboard Settings

Verification of Postback URL Settings

MGID Dashboard Settings

Start by creating an event and Postback URL in the MGID dashboard.

Follow these steps:

1. Create a new advertising campaign or edit an existing one by clicking on its respective icon in the dashboard.


2. Navigate to the Conversion tracking section and select the Postback option in the Tracking settings tab.

3. Add a new conversion goal and create a unique name for the goal. We recommend adding the client’s ID to the goal name (e.g., test_even_123456). In addition, you can select an existing goal.


Repeat these steps (i.e., add another goal) if you want to track more than one conversion goal.


4. Click Get Postback URL and then copy the URL. Save the link on your device, as you will need it later.



5. Add the parameter s2={click_id} to the Tracking Tags section. 


The {click_id} macro is required to transfer the hash. It can be added on the Maxbounty side as well.

To ensure your Postback works as intended, add the real value for the {click_id} macro in this field.

For instance, if your {click_id} macro is located in the {sub_id} macro of your analytic system, you need to add sub_id={click_id} at the end of the link.

Maxbounty Dashboard Settings

Follow these steps:

1. Log in to the client's Dashboard.


2. Select the required offer in the Dashboard.


Open the Search Campaigns tab and their settings.


3. Set up Sub ID and callbacks. You'll see the Sub-ID & Callbacks sections under the offer settings. Select the required Sub-ID option and insert MGID {click_id} macro. 


Then, fill in the Postback URL (the link that was copied while creating Postback goals in the MGID dashboard) with a correct macro for Maxbounty. 




  • client_ID is a unique parameter for our system that is transferred to our system alongside the event's status. 
  • c is a click ID’s macro. For Maxbounty, replace {click_id} with the #S2# macro.
  • e=test_event is a Postback goal identifier that can be displayed in the form of a {status} macro or status name
  • r is an optional parameter to which conversion revenue can be transferred. For Maxbounty, replace {revenue} with the #RATE# macro.

4. Action the following:

  • Fill out the Creative tab.
  • Select the type of traffic from the list.
  • For MGID, select the “Search" option.


5. You can get the teaser link by clicking “Get tracking code.” There, you can also choose the landing page.


If you used a custom UTM markup in step 2, you must delete the following part of the link: <strong>&s2=%7Bclick%5Fid%7D<br><br></strong>

If there are no custom UTM Tracking Tags, change the following part: <strong>&s2={click_id}<br></strong>

Otherwise, the macros will not be set from the MGID side.

In this case the link looks like this: http://www.mb102.com/lnk.asp?o=2675&c=918273&a=122149&l=2076<br><br><br>

Verification of Postback URL Settings

You can verify the setup by following this instruction.

While you check, clicks are not counted, money is not withdrawn, and the verification data is not included in the statistics.

To review the Postback setup:

  • Find an existing campaign you have created
  • Navigate to the Ads section
  • Click on the Ads preview button, displayed in the form of an eye icon


  • Click any advertisement widget and complete the conversion action. 
  • View data regarding test conversions in the Campaign List and Campaign statistics interfaces (it will be displayed under the conversion column within 15 minutes).