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How to track cross-domain conversions?

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My client has a website http://abc.com/credit-cards. If a user came through PPC ADs and lands on the destination URL http://abc.ae/credit-cards (same as above). He then clicks on "APPLY NOW" buttom, and is diverted via an IFRAME window pop up, to an "APPLY NOW" forms on the different domain: https://abc-prime.com/creditcards/register.aspx, would I be able to track it in my AdWord account? Would it help if I place the PPC conversion code on https://abc-prime.com/creditcards/thankyou.aspx?

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How to track cross-domain conversions?

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My client has a website http://abc.com/credit-cards. If a user came through PPC ADs and lands on the destination URL http://abc.ae/credit-cards (same as above). He then clicks on "APPLY NOW" buttom, and is diverted via an IFRAME window pop up, to an "APPLY NOW" forms on the different domain: https://abc-prime.com/creditcards/register.aspx, would I be able to track it in my AdWord account? Would it help if I place the PPC conversion code on https://abc-prime.com/creditcards/thankyou.aspx?  

Re: How to track cross-domain conversions?

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HI

As far as i know adwords conversion codes are independent of the domains, So it wouldnt really matter what domain users land and where they end up.
If you are tracking via analytics then this will involve complex setup but with adwords conversion you can jusst put your conversion code on https://abc-prime.com/creditcards/thankyou.aspx inside BODY tag

Hope this helps

 

Regards, Nik
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Re: How to track cross-domain conversions?

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Hi Haseeb_Ahsan,

 

Just in case you have any doubts after Niks answer, just place your AdWords conversion code on the Thank You page and everything will work just fine for you.

 

One word of caution, if you create an iFrame and point it to the content with an src attribute, everything will work as expected. But, if you are returning the Thank You page with Ajax in that the content and script are returned and "pasted" into the iFrame, the code will not run. In this case, return only the image part of the conversion script, and do not include the noscript tags the surround it.

 

Best of Luck,

 

Pete

 

petebardo -- Deadhead doing AdWords