Templates: traffic sources


Advertise on the World’s Top Adult Sites. Pornhub receives 130 million daily average visits. TrafficJunky serves 4.6 billion daily ad impressions. Your customers are on Pornhub, so why aren’t you?

1. Add TrafficJunky template to RedTrack. Go the Traffic Sources -> New -> find TrafficJunky -> Add -> Save the changes:

2. Set a campaign in RedTrack with TrafficJunky as a traffic source.

Once you have everything ready, you can proceed with the campaign creation. After you save the campaign, a click URL (your tracking link) will be automatically generated:

3. Integrate TrafficJunky with RedTrack.

Go to the traffic source settings -> Integration -> fill in the necessary details -> save the changes.

The “Active” button means the integration is active.

API integration gives you the following benefits:

  • Pause: campaign, creative
  • Create automated rules

4. Set the tracking on the TrafficJunky side.

Log into your TJ advertiser account, click the Campaigns tab. You can either choose an existing campaign or click New Campaign and create a new one. Fill in the information related to your campaign.

Paste the Campaign URL you have obtained on step 2 into the Target URL section and proceed with setting up your TJ Campaign.

5. To pass your conversions correctly, you need to set up a new tracker in TJ.

Open Tools -> Conversion Tracker -> New Tracker. Enter the name of your tracker (e.g., RedTrack) and set the type of events you want to track -> Add Tracker.

After that, find your tracker in the list -> view in the Invocation Code column -> choose Postback URL.

Your Postback URL will be generated automatically.


Copy the a and member_id values from the Invocation code. 

5. Setting up a postback URL in RedTrack. Add the postback for your TrafficJunky campaign.

Put the correct postback values (“a” and “member_id”) and make sure that your postback contains clickid values that should look like this aclid={ref_id}


6. Set the automation and enjoy!

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