The “Integration” tab allows you to add or remove integrations, manage Campaign Pause settings, and Duration To Sell option.

To configure the integration settings for a Campaign, go to the Client Management > Setup > Campaigns section, choose the Campaign and click the “Configure” button in the “Actions” column, and select the “Integration” tab.

The “Integration” tab allows you to configure the integrations settings, add or remove Integrations and manage Campaign Pause settings.

Available four subtabs: “Integration”, “Campaign Pause Settings”, “Duration To Sell”, and "Trigger silent campaigns".

To configure the Integration go to the “Integration” subtab and select the type in the “Integration” field. Note: Depending on the chosen Integration, you will be provided a list of fields with settings.

Then in the “Redirect URL” field (if you have that) put the URL with placeholders, to which the initial customer will be redirected.

Global Placeholders are available in any Integrations and can be used in almost all the Integration fields except Post Timeout and some specific Integration fields.

{ %WMID% } - internal publisher ID in the system. You can find the Publisher ID in the Publisher List in the ID field column.

{ %WMSOURCEID% } - source name/ID sent by the Publisher. You can find it in the "Name" column of the Publisher Sources section.

{ %INTERNALWMSOURCEID% } - internal Publisher Source ID in the system. You can find it in the "ID" column of the Publisher Sources section.

Example:

Use the { %WMID% } placeholder to pass the Publisher Source Name (Sub ID). The Source Name is sent in the &source=SourceName parameter by the Publisher.

To pass a masked Publisher Source to the Buyer, use the { %INTERNALWMSOURCEID% } placeholder to send the Internal Publisher Source ID.

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1 - the Internal Publisher Source ID, 2 - the Publisher Source Name (Sub ID)

{ %LEADID% } - internal Lead ID in your system. You can find it in the "ID" column of the Lead Details Report.

In the “Campaign Pause Settings” tab you can temporarily suspend a Campaign based on a response from lenders' APIs.

In the “Search response for” field, you need to enter the text fragment, which will trigger the system to pause the Campaign.

In the “Pause for” field put the number of minutes of Campaign pause.

After entering the information click the “Add Pause settings” button and as soon as the record will appear in the list click the “Save Pause Settings” button to complete.

The “Duration to Sell (Advanced)” function allows you to adjust the Campaign price based on the call duration.

The “Duration to Sell” field allows you to set up call duration in seconds.

The “Campaign Price” field allows you to set up a price for the call duration (USD) previously indicated in the “Duration to Sell” field.

The “Trigger Silent Campaigns” tab allows you to set up triggers for silent Campaigns. You can set as a trigger action one of the following statuses of the Lead: "Sold", "Reject", or any status, except "Error".

You can add a silent Campaign to three lists:

  • Trigger silent Campaigns on SOLD - The lead will be posted to silent Campaign(s) selected from the list only after it is accepted by the redirect Campaign and marked as SOLD.

  • Trigger silent Campaigns on REJECT - The lead will be posted to silent Campaign(s) selected from the list only after it is rejected by the redirect Campaign and marked as REJECT.

  • Trigger silent Campaigns on ANY STATUS - The lead will be posted to silent Campaign(s) selected from the list only after receiving any status, except “Error” on the primary redirect Campaign.

Note: You can add one or more silent Campaigns from the trigger list to one or more main redirect Campaigns.

Note: If you add a silent Campaign on SOLD trigger, you cannot add the same Campaign to REJECT or ANY STATUS trigger.

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