The Repost Automation feature allows you to set up the lead reposting with certain trigger events according to the defined reposting strategy (scheduled or triggered). Note that this service is available for the Enterprise package only.

Repost Queue List Overview

Collection Settings

Repost Settings

Reporting

To manage the repost automation, go to the Publisher Management > Service > Repost Automation section.

The Repost Queue list contains the following information:

  • ID: The unique identification number of the queue.

  • Name: The name of the queue.

  • Collection: The queue collection status.

  • Repost: The queue repost status.

  • Product: The name of the Product.

  • Ping Tree: The name of the Ping Tree.

  • Lead Status: The status of the leads to be collected in the queue (Sold + Not Sold / Sold / Not Sold).

  • Repost Event: The event that triggers the collection.

  • Strategy: The repost strategy.

  • Created: The date and time the queue was created.

  • Currently in Queue: The number of leads that are currently in the queue.

You can narrow down the search results by using the following filters:

  • ID: Enter the queue ID.

  • Product: Select the Product.

  • Name: Enter the name of the queue.

  • Status: Select the status of the queue (Active / Disabled).

  • Lead Status: Select the lead status (Sold + Not Sold / Sold / Not Sold).

  • Repost Event: Select the triggering event (Out of Schedule / Cap-out Sold / Cap-out Send / Timeout).

  • Repost To: Select the repost type (Same Campaign / Ping Tree).

  • Repost Strategy: Select the repost strategy (Trigger by Event / Scheduled).

  • Date: Select the period during which the queue is created.

To create a new queue, click the “Add New Queue” button and fill in the following fields:

  • Name: Enter the name of the queue.

  • Product: Select the Product.

  • Ping Tree: Select the Ping Tree (Main Processing/Silent Processing).

Click the “Add” button to confirm.

To view more detailed information on the queue performance, click the “Overview” button in the “Actions” column.

The queue overview contains the following information:

  • Currently in Queue: The number of leads that are currently in the queue.

  • Processed: The number of leads that have been processed.

  • Expired: The number of leads that expired before being reposted.

  • Sold: The number of reposted leads that were sold.

  • Reject: The number of reposted leads that were rejected.

  • Invalid Leads: The number of invalid leads.

  • Error: The number of error leads.

  • TTL: The total revenue amount.

  • ADM: The Admin revenue amount.

  • Pub: The Publisher earnings.

  • Ref: The Referral payment.

  • AGN: The Agent payment.

To view more detailed information about all the leads that went through the reposting process of the selected queue for the previous day, click the “Processed Yesterday” button in the “Actions” column.

To view all the leads that were added to the queue for the previous day, click the “Added to Queue Yesterday” button in the “Actions” column.

Click here to read more about the reporting in regard to the Repost Automation.

To configure the queue settings, click the “Configure” button in the “Actions” column.

To set up the Repost Automation, you will need to configure Collection Settings which define how leads are collected for the repost and Repost Settings which define the reposting strategy for the collected leads.


Collection Settings

The “Collection Settings” tab allows you to manage the collection process for the queue and configure the events that trigger the repost.

General Settings block: Configure general collection settings.

  • Queue Name: Enter the name of the queue.

  • Collection Status: Select the collection status.

    • Select the “Disabled” option to stop the lead collection process for the queue.

    • Select the “Active” option to enable the lead collection for the queue.

    • Select the “Paused” option to put the lead collection process on hold.

  • Product: The selected Product.

  • Ping Tree: The selected Ping Tree.

  • Campaigns: Select the “All” option to process the collection for all the campaigns of the selected Ping Tree. Select the “Selected” option to specify campaigns for the collection.

  • Exclude Campaigns: Select Campaigns you want to exclude from the collection (Optional).

  • Publishers: Select the “All” option to collect leads from any Publisher. Select the “One” option to collect leads from the specific Publisher only.

  • Exclude Publishers: Select Publishers to be excluded from the collection (Optional).

Collection Rules block: Configure the event settings that will trigger the leads collection for the repost.

  • Publisher Lead Status: Select the final lead status. Only leads with this status will be collected in the queue.

    • Select the “Sold + Not Sold” option to collect both Sold and Not Sold leads.

    • Select the “Sold” option to collect Sold leads only (not available for Silent Campaigns).

    • Select the “Not Sold” option to collect the leads that are not sold (not available for Silent Campaigns).

  • Repost Event: Select the Campaign event that will trigger a lead to be collected to the queue.

    • Select the “Cap-out Sold” option to add a lead to the collection if it was presented to a Campaign that reached the set Cap-Out Sold limit.

    • Select the “Cap-out Send” option to add a lead to the collection if it was presented to a Campaign that reached the set Cap-Out Send limit.

    • Select the “Timeout” option to add a lead to the collection if it was presented to a Campaign that reached the set timeout limit.

    • Select the “Out of Schedule” option to add a lead to the collection if one of the Campaigns selected in the General Settings was out of the schedule when the lead was processed (only for the selected Campaigns).

  • Minimum Number of Campaigns with Event: Enter the minimum number of Campaigns with the specified repost event to trigger a lead to be collected (Min=1, Max=100). Example: You set “Cap-out Sold” as the repost event and put three as a minimum number of campaigns with the event. With that setup, a lead will be collected only if there were three or more campaigns with the “Cap-out Sold” event when the lead was processed.

Click the “Save Collection Settings” to confirm the changes.

You can add up to three collection rules to one queue. To do that, click the “Add New Rule” button. To delete a rule, click the “Delete” button. If at least one rule applies to a lead, it will be added to the collection.

Repost Settings

The “Repost Settings” tab allows you to manage the repost configuration for the queue.

  • Repost Status: Select the repost status of the queue. Select the “Active” option to enable reposting. Select the “Disabled” option to stop the reposting. Select the “Paused” option to put the reposting on hold.

  • Repost Strategy: Select the repost strategy for the queue.

    • Select the “Triggered by Event” option to set the reposting to trigger after the repost event.

      • Repost Attempts: Select the number of times the lead can be reposted.

      • Trigger Repost After: Select the period when the reposting will begin once the lead is collected. Example: If “Trigger Repost After” is set to 2 minutes, the reposing will start 2 minutes after the repost event takes place, and a lead is added to the queue.

    • Select the “Scheduled” option to trigger the reposting according to a specific schedule. You may add up to three schedules. All leads collected to the queue by the time the schedule opens will start getting reposted.

      • Schedule: Fill in the “Start Time” and “End Time” fields to set the reposting timetable.

      • Delay repost for: To delay the set schedule, fill in the preferable delay time that can be specified by Days, Hours, and Minutes.

  • Processing Type: Select the processing type (Main Processing / Silent Processing). The processing type will define which repost options are available.

  • Repost To: Select the repost type.

    • Select the “Same Campaign” option to repost leads to the same Campaigns with the repost events.

    • Select the “Ping Tree” option to repost the leads to a different ping tree of the same Product. (Main Processing only)

      • Select Ping Tree: Select the ping tree from the drop-down list.

      • Exclude Campaign: Select the campaign to exclude from the queue (Optional).

  • Repost From: Select the Publisher to assign the reposted leads to. Select the “Same Publisher” option to assign it to the Publisher that posted the lead in the first place. Select the “New Publisher” option to repost it from a new Publisher.

  • Leads to Repost per Hour: The number of leads to be reposted per hour. The system will distribute reposting to meet this threshold.

  • Remove From Queue After: Select the period for the lead to expire and be removed from the queue in the event it has not been reposted by that time. Once the set period has passed, the Repost Status will change from “Active” to “Expired”.

  • Disable duplicate applications for these leads:

    • Select the “Yes” option to disable duplicate applications for the leads in the queue. Some reposted leads might be considered duplicate applications and be blocked if reposted within 5 minutes unless this option is enabled.

    • Select the “No” option to allow duplicate applications.

  • Ignore Campaign Duplicate Settings:

    • Select the “Yes” option to ignore the campaign duplicate settings when reposting leads.

    • Select the “No” option to process the repost, considering the campaign duplicate settings.

  • Copy above settings to the following queues: Check the box to apply the same configuration to the selected queues.

Click the “Save Report Settings” button to confirm the changes.

Reporting

You can review stats on the reposted leads in the All Reports > Publisher Management > Lead Details sectionю Each lead that goes through the repost automation is assigned a corresponding lead tag:

  • All the leads that are added to the repost queue are assigned the Repost Queue 123” tag, where 123 corresponds to the queue ID number.

  • All the leads that are processed and reposted, are assigned the Reposted Queue 123”, where 123 corresponds to the queue ID number.

To view more detailed information about the leads in the specific queue, use the corresponding tags to narrow the search results in the “Lead Details” report.

To access the report, go to the All Reports > Publisher Management > Lead Details section. To apply the search filter, select a repost lead tag in the “Lead Tag” field, and click the “Search” button.

Read more about the Lead Details report in the Knowledge Base article.

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