Why were my documents rejected?
In case your documents are rejected, you’ll get a notification email explaining the reason for the rejection.
You can also find the reason displayed on the “Cashier” page.
A common reason for being rejected?
The information on your documents doesn't match the information you've added on your "Basic Info" page.
Before uploading documents, make sure the info matches!
Bear in mind that we don’t allow users to sign up for Mobidea if they’re still minors (younger than 18 years old.)
If you’re still experiencing issues with this step, please get in touch with our Affiliate Service by sending an email
What documents do I need?
After you generate your first 50€ from your traffic, your cashier can be unblocked. This means you'll be able to upload your documents.
Check the documents you'll need:
Private affiliate: upload a document proving your identity (it can be your identity card or a passport) as well as another official document to serve as proof of residence and which includes your name (e.g electricity bill).
Company affiliate: upload a document which proves your identity (it can be your identity device or a passport) and a certificate of incorporation, showing a visible, clear VAT/Tax number, depending on the country where your company is based.
Not sure about which docs you should be uploading?
Get in touch with Mobidea’s Affiliate Service by sending an email
What are the best segments you can bet on?
It all depends on your strategy, budget and traffic source.
If you’re starting out in media buying and have a limited budget, you should start with large volume/low payout segments.
These tend to be less competitive, giving you the opportunity to quickly gather a lot of reliable data.
This means you can optimize your campaigns sooner, find those sweet gold mines, and get your campaigns in the green!
You can get an idea about the current top segments on your account’s opportunities section.
Bear in mind that the actual EPC always depends on your quality of traffic and ways of promoting.
You'll be able to dig into granular segments by playing with the Grouping Filters we provide.
In order to get the best tips on hot segments for your traffic, get in touch with your Mobidea Account Manager or our Affiliate Service: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is a Single Offer?
A Single Offer is a link which redirects the user to the lander of a specific product.
On Mobidea, we've got Single Offers from several verticals - Games, Antivirus, Sweeps, Nutra, Dating, Adult, etc.
Single Offers are useful when a traffic source doesn’t allow a rotator and requires a direct link.
Moreover, you can make your own split test of Single Offers and check which one works best for your traffic.
In order to promote the Single Offer, you need to apply for it, referring your traffic source.
Then, the Mobidea Crew will review your application and give you feedback within 1-2 days.
In case the offer is approved and later disabled, we'll send you a notification email so you can choose another offer to replace it.
Are you afraid of not getting an important email notification and therefore fail to switch off traffic in time?
Just activate the Safety Fallback which will redirect your traffic to another offer from the Smartlink. This means you won’t lose your traffic!
Make sure you don't deactivate your email notifications!
These preferences can be managed on your account page. Check them by mousing over your profile photo.
How long does it take for you to review an offer?
We do our best for you to access our offers as quickly as possible! Therefore, it usually only takes 1-2 business days for an offer application to be reviewed.
S2S Postback Configuration
Also known as server-side, server call, server 2 server, s2s and, mistakenly, server pixel tracking, relies on the advertiser’s servers to track sessions generated on clicks to attribute conversions. The servers record and then pass the transaction ID back to Mobidea Push. This method is independent of the user’s browser. Postback tracking can be thought of as two separate processes: what happens when a user clicks on an offer and what happens upon conversion.
Leading up to the conversion:
When the user converts on that offer:
Your tracking offer URL would then look something like this:
After Mobidea Push fills in values for the macros, the user is directed to a URL that looks similar to this:
When a user completes a conversion on an advertiser’s site, the advertiser needs to tell Mobidea Push about the conversion. We call this “firing a postback”. The advertiser’s site does this by sending a signal to our servers that uses two elements:
The postback URL is:
In the above URL, the advertiser replaces click_id with the click_id that they stored for that session. For example, if the advertiser had earlier received a click_id of “push_71872t38713891u12u0313” from Mobidea Push, then the postback URL becomes:
Important: You will receive a “200 OK” HTTP response code if we attempt to process the postback, even if unsuccessful. This lets you know Mobidea Push received the request, and to not resubmit it as you might for a 4xx or 5xx response code.