Here is how your smartlink will look like right after creation (zone id here is just an example)

http://topadbid.com/a/123456/ , where 123456 is the nativeads or pusherpps zone which is unique.

You can pass the ID of your source, for doing this you need to add the corresponding macro in the end of the link. Let’s assume that your source ID is called ##SOURCE_ID## , so the link will look the following way then: 

http://topadbid.com/a/123456/##SOURCE_ID##/

Place the name of the source id according to how this parameter is called on your end.

Source ID always comes after zone and slash.

For identification of click you can add one more parameter  ##CLICK_ID##  after source ID and after slash / . 

Example:  http://topadbid.com/a/123456/##SOURCE_ID##/##CLICK_ID##

Like with the source ID - name it according to your system.

It’s very important to put parameters in this exact order! 

If you do not want to pass source id, but you want to pass the clickid, you need 2 slashes in a row “//”.

Example: http://topadbid.com/a/123456//##CLICK_ID##/

You can use the following variables(tokens) to track data:

Smartlink CPM (Revshare):

{ymid} - subid(or clickid) the identifier of click
{geo} - Country
{request_var}
- your smartlink zone ID
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Examples: https://yourexamplesite.com/postback/?click_id={ymid} + additional tokens if needed: &country={geo}&myzoneid={request_var}

Smartlink CPS:

{ymid} - subid(or clickid) the identifier of click
{amount} - cost of subscription
{geo} - Country
{request_var} - ##SOURCE_ID##

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Examples: https://yourexamplesite.com/postback/?click_id={ymid} + additional tokens if needed: &country={geo}&sourceid={request_var}

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