For example, an incoming url pointing to my site will look like:
[url removed, login to view];vcad=Widget&search_query_here&Referrer_Here&etc
where 'Google' and 'Widget&search_query_here&Referrer_Here&etc' are the terms I would like to attach to the end of the outgoing redirect. These terms will change with each visitor, some coming from Yahoo, MSN, or other search engines with different search terms.
An example of the outbound link for that particular visitor would then be:
[url removed, login to view]:::Widget:::search_query_here:::Referrer_Here:::etc&deploy_id=0&landing_id=0
Vcn and Vcad represent the network and ad respectively and will be included in all incoming url's, except where the user types in the domain on their own. The "&" must be removed from the outgoing redirects. Also note the '&deploy_id=0&landing_id=0' which must be included in the outgoing redirect.
If you can use something like this, that would be great:
var myString=[url removed, login to view];
x=([url removed, login to view]("vcn"));
y=([url removed, login to view]("vcad"));
Also, the redirect must work should a visitor come back on their own without the '?Vcn=&vcad='. The redirect would simply look like:
[url removed, login to view];deploy_id=0&landing_id=0
Thank you and please let me know if you have any questions.
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