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4/14/2018 4:59 PM
 

One of my sites runs ads on local radio stations.  We want to track performance of the radio ads.
What is the best way to do this with DNN?

For example, the radio ad says.... go to thissite.com/radio for specials.

We don't want to maintain a separate page for /radio specials.

Instead, we want it to go to thissite.com/specials  

Requirements:

1. Redirect a URL from /radio to /specials
2. Keep analytics on how many times /radio was typed in / redirected.

 

 
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4/19/2018 3:18 PM
 
Normally you would use something like Google Analytics to handle this but that can perhaps be a bit tricky using radio ads. If you have access to custom developments/developers this can be implemented quite easily.
 
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4/19/2018 6:48 PM
 
Maybe something as simple as querying the DNN "UrlTracking" table might work.

 

Nope, never mind. It doesn't look like that will work for you. 
 
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