Add additional tracking templates to my campaigns

Add additional tracking templates to my campaigns

Upgraded URLs separate your tracking information from the landing page URL making it easy to update and manage URL tracking. Here, find out how to create a tracking template at the account, campaign, ad group, ad, keyword, and Sitelink level.

URL tracking allows you to find out how visitors got to your website. To get set up, all you need to do is add URL parameters to the tracking template. To learn more, see What is URL tracking in Bing Ads?

We recommend that you add a tracking template at the account level. To learn more, see How do I create an account tracking template?

You can also add tracking templates to your campaign, ad group, ad, keyword, or Sitelink Extension. If you have more than one tracking template, when your ad is served the lowest level tracking template will be appended to your landing page URL.

Add a tracking template to a new ad or Sitelink Extension expando image
These instructions will only cover what you have to do to create a tracking template and not all the steps that you have to do to create an ad or Sitelink Extension.
  1. Click Campaigns at the top of the page, select either the Ads or Ad Extensions tab and then click the create button.
  2. Under Landing page URL, click Final URL and enter the URL of your website.
  3. Click Ad URL options or Sitelink Extension URL options.
  4. In Tracking template, enter one of these items:
    • {lpurl} followed by URL parameters and custom parameters which are separated by an ampersand (&). For example, {lpurl}?matchtype={matchtype}&device={device}. To learn more, see What tracking or URL parameters can I use? and Can I use custom parameters?
    • The URL you received from a third-party tracking tool or service. For example, http://www.trackingc.com/?url={lpurl}&id=5
  5. Click Save.
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Add a tracking template to an existing campaign or ad group expando image
  1. Click Campaigns at the top of the page, select either the Campaigns or Ad groups tab.
  2. Click the name of the item you want to add a tracking template to and then click the Settings tab.
  3. Under Advanced settings, click Campaign URL options or Ad group URL options.
  4. In Tracking template, enter one of these items:
    • {lpurl} followed by URL parameters and custom parameters which are separated by an ampersand (&). For example, {lpurl}?matchtype={matchtype}&device={device}. To learn more, see What tracking or URL parameters can I use? and Can I use custom parameters?
    • The URL you received from a third-party tracking tool or service. For example, http://www.trackingc.com/?url={lpurl}&id=5
  5. Click Save.
Notes
Add a tracking template to an existing ad or Sitelink Extensions expando image
  1. Click Campaigns at the top of the page, select either the Ads or Ad Extensions tab.
  2. Click the Edit icon next to the ad or select the Sitelink Extension, click Edit, and then Edit an extension.
  3. Under Landing page URL, click Final URL and enter the URL of your website.
  4. Click Ad URL options or Sitelink Extension URL options.
  5. In Tracking template, enter one of these items:
    • {lpurl} followed by URL parameters and custom parameters which are separated by an ampersand (&). For example, {lpurl}?matchtype={matchtype}&device={device}. To learn more, see What tracking or URL parameters can I use? and Can I use custom parameters?
    • The URL you received from a third-party tracking tool or service. For example, http://www.trackingc.com/?url={lpurl}&id=5
  6. Click Save.
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Add a tracking template to keywords expando image
  1. Click Campaigns at the top of the page, select the Keywords tab.
  2. Select the keywords you want and then click Edit and Change landing page URLs.
  3. Make sure the Action is set to Final URL and then enter the URL of your website in the Final URL box.
  4. Click Save.
  5. Make sure the keywords are still selected and then click Edit and Change URL options.
  6. In Tracking template, enter one of these items:
    • {lpurl} followed by URL parameters and custom parameters which are separated by an ampersand (&). For example, {lpurl}?matchtype={matchtype}&device={device}. To learn more, see What tracking or URL parameters can I use? and Can I use custom parameters?
    • The URL you received from a third-party tracking tool or service. For example, http://www.trackingc.com/?url={lpurl}&id=5
  7. Click Save.
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