How do I set random visit durations for my website campaigns?

You can now select random visit durations for your website campaigns by toggling ON the Randomize Seconds button within the Visit Duration section and choosing any two values from 10 to 60 seconds.

You can also enable this feature within the Quick Actions -> Edit to update all existing website campaigns on a page or on your account.

random visit duration all campaigns

Leave this feature OFF if you only wish to select one visit duration like you had previously.

Simply click and drag the Randomize Seconds button to the right for ON.

random visit duration ON

Use the slider to choose two visit durations you want your campaign to use. For example, if you select 10 – 30 seconds, visitors will randomly stay on your page for 10, 20 or 30 seconds and each visit will consume 1, 2 or 3 points per visit respectively.

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How do I quickly pause, resume, edit or delete campaigns with Quick Actions?

Click on the “Websites” tab on the left sidebar of the dashboard.


Hover over to the right of the page above your Website Campaigns where you will find a link for “expand all” and “quick actions”. Click on the “quick actions” link to reveal the drop down menu.

Quick Actions Menu

Select “On This Page…” if you wish to pause, resume, edit or delete campaigns that are shown on this page.

Select “All Campaigns…” if you wish to pause, resume, edit or delete all campaigns on your account.

A prompt will show up that will allow you to select your action (Pause, Resume, Edit or Delete) for the campaigns you’ve chosen (On This Page or All Campaigns).

quick actions prompt

After making your selection, you must click on confirm by clicking on “Yes, I would like to commit to these changes” before clicking the red “Commit” button.

quick actions confirm

If you select “Edit”, you will be able to edit the campaigns common settings such as: Visit Duration, Maximum Hits Per Hour, Traffic Source (Pro or Business plans only) and Geo-targeting (Business plans only). IMPORTANT: Make sure you check mark the check box on the left of each setting to update that particular setting. The image below shows an example of editing the Visit Duration, Traffic Source and Geo-targeting of all website campaigns on this user’s account:

quick actions edit

Check mark “Yes, I would like to commit to these changes” and click the red “Commit” button to proceed.


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How do I expand/collapse all of my website campaign panels?

At the top right of the Websites page right below the +Add Site button, you’ll see a link called “expand all”. Click that link to expand all panels for your website campaigns. To collapse all the website campaign panels, click the “collapse all” link.

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What is hits limit?

Hits limit is a useful setting to allocate how many hits you want a certain website to receive in its lifetime. This is a good feature for traffic resellers or people who own multiple websites and webpages. There are two options available: send as much traffic as possible or stop traffic after reaching limit.

The first option is basically uncapping your campaign. You’ll receive as many hits for that URL as long as you have points. Once you run out of points, you will stop receiving hits.

The second option lets you allocate a hit limit to that website in its lifetime. This is good setting for accounts that have multiple URLs. For example, if you have 3 different website campaigns running and you just purchased 100,000 points, you can set one website campaign to receive a 5,000 hit limit at 60 seconds visit duration (30,000 points), another with 15,000 hit limit at 20 second visit duration (30,000 points) and your last campaign can have a 40,000 hit limit at 10 second visit duration (40,000 points). Keep in mind that each hit will cost you 1 – 6 points each depending on your visit duration settings. You can always manage/edit your campaign settings if you need to change the hit limit.

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Why is my website campaign expired?

If you have an expired campaign, this means that your account does not have enough website slots to keep the campaigns running. Your URL slots will be downgraded if you did not pay for the booster packs or upgrade plan for the month. You can keep the campaigns active again by upgrading your plan and purchasing extra website slots again.

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Why does my website campaign have a warning sign?

The warning sign with an exclamation is an indication that some features may not be working for the campaign. When you create a campaign on a plan like Business or Pro and your account is downgraded for example from Pro to Basic, the account will no longer have the custom traffic source feature. Even though the setting is set to enabled, it is no longer working unless you upgrade your plan to Pro or Business again. If you expand the website campaign panel with the warning sign, you’ll see which settings are not working.

Once upgraded, the warning sign will be removed. If you do not wish to upgrade, you can also disable the geo-targeting and/or white-label traffic in the manage site settings to remove the warning sign from the campaign.

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How come I can’t resume a campaign that reached its hits limit?

If the hits limit of a campaign has been reached, it will remain paused until you increase the hits limit and resume the campaign again. The hits limit is used to prevent the URL from receiving more hits than you want it to receive. You can change the hits limit anytime you like. Go to the URL campaign settings and increase the number under “Stop traffic after reaching a limit” or you can select “Send as much traffic as possible”.


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