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How do I use my own domain to create tracking links?

Using a dedicated domain (or sub-domain) to create tracking links is highly recommended and comes with major benefits. Increase brand visibility. Increase link trustworthy. Search Engine Friendly. Avoid Spam & Blacklists. What domains I can...

How do I export link/rotator report?

ClickGum offers Unlimited Report Export & Unlimited Report Storage for all plans. Also, all reports will be stored on ClickGum Cloud Servers for 2 years before they get automatically removed. In this tutorial, you will see how to generate a report...

How to export custom reports?

ClickGum allows you to generate a different reporting, and you can directly segment different types of reporting. For example if you want only "Unique Click" report or only "Locations" report and so on.. 1. Go to "statistics" page of Link or R...

Can I use my ClickGum links on Social Media?

You sure can. There’s just something you need to know, and something else you need to do first…   1. Understand We Can’t Allow Spamming Social media sites like Facebook are really cracking down on spammers, and we simply can’t allow ClickGum t...

Can I use my tracking links in emails I send?

Absolutely. Great idea. You definitely should! But there are two little things you need to do first … 1. Read our Anti-Spam Policy First of all, before you send any emails with tracking links, please read our Official Anti-Spam Policy. Our a...

What are the fake clicks?

ClickGum uses a large Real-Time IP database of Fake, Proxy and Bot clicks,  and a smart algorithm to detects bad clicks, visitors and bad browser. When a high level of clicks or repeated hits from a certain IP are recognized, our system automa...

How do I use 'Link & Rotator Groups'?

The “Group” is found in the Tools menu at the top of every page, and this is where you can set up and manage link groups and rotators groups that’ll help you better organize and manage all your different links. Each type of links (“Links” or ...

What is “Link Cloaking” and when do I need it?

Link cloaking is a way to “hide” the URL you’re promoting—for example an affiliate link. Another term for cloaking is “masking”. Both terms are interchangeable and mean “hiding one URL with another URL in the Address Bar of your browser”. One c...

What does it mean if my link shows a blank white page?

There are some sites that don’t allow their pages to be “framed” or cloaked. You’ll know when you come across such a site because when you try to cloak it, your browser will usually display an empty page, a blank white page, or sometimes an err...