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Site URL: https://www.theheadshotwizard.com/ I have had several potential customers wanting me to offer an affiliate or referral program if they send people to my website. However my site is not a store as I invoice clients after they have used the service. I need to somehow track these referrals and reward them when customers fill out this form https://www.theheadshotwizard.com/uploadyourphoto Is anyone aware of any type of affiliate or referral program where I can track referrals who submit a form on my website? Any help here would be great as I have looked at affiliatly and Peaches and they all seem to require a store setup.
Site URL: https://www.machinevisionbar.com Hi! While analysing my Traffic Source on the Squarespace Analytics I noticed that almost 50% of my referrals were coming from my own website (https://www.machinevisionbar.com) I'm not quite sure what it means? Does it mean that my traffic number might be false, and that 1 unique visitors is actually counted as a few visits? I'm not sure if what I'm saying is clear, but please let me know if you have experience the same thing, happy to discuss. thanks ! Marianne
Site URL: https://claritymediagroup.com/ Does anyone have experience in creating a Trust Pilot custom widget and importing it into Squarespace. My client has a site utilizing a PHP script to add in custom elements including the client's full name and their company’s name. Their client is first sent a form that is pre-populated with their respective information and when they offer their review, it is appends with the native TrustPilot data and the PHP form's unique data. You can see the result at the bottom of the homepage. I am porting this site from Word Press to SquareSpace for easier management overall by the client's internal team. I have not been able to generate a work around. I am happy to hire someone if anyone has this expertise. Trust Pilot does not offer the ability to collect the company name and that information is vital for my client since they train employees from some of the biggest brands in the word including Squarespace.