Groups & Performance
We’re excited to announce the latest improvements made to the Partner Centre. Starting now, you’ll be able to track the performance of your products with even more precision.
- No more selecting an affiliate or website from the top of your screen!
- Every new product will be assigned an AID as a tracking reference
- You can group your products/affiliates together to compare their performance
- You’re able to monitor your performance across multiple levels: group, product and affiliate
- You can assign a product to a group when you’re creating it
Every product is assigned its own AID, meaning you can monitor clicks, impressions and conversions with absolute clarity. You can also create groups that’ll allow you to compare data on which products are performing the best.
Creating a new group
Click on ‘Groups’ from the menu and you’ll be taken to a page that displays all your existing websites/affiliates in a table outline. You’re free to edit, remove or view performance of any of these groups.
To add a new group, click ‘Create group’.
Here you choose a name for the new group, colour code it, and add all the ‘elements’ (products/affiliates) that you want to monitor.
Click save and you’re good to go.
You’re free to edit a group at any time, simply click the ‘Edit’ button and you can change the group name, add or remove ‘elements’ (products/affiliates) and change the colour you’ve assigned to the group.
Checking the performance of your groups
The groups you create will be displayed on the Performance page where you’ll able to view/compare metrics including visitors, page views, projected earnings and more.
Have a play around with comparing individual metrics; you can alter the dates to pinpoint the exact data you’re looking for - filter by years, months, weeks or days.
Assigning a new product to a group
Every time you create a new product, you have the option of adding it to a group, or to multiple groups.
You can also select which of your partner platforms (any Booking.com link with one of your AIDs in the URL) to assign this product to.
Adding products to groups will allow you to compare and track their performance, it’s a great way of monitoring the success of the products that you implement.