Before you begin

To start the integration, contact a Kochava representative and ask for integration possibilities.

The tracking process between Affise and Kochava is based on probabilistic attribution.

๐Ÿ”Ž Find Kochava integration documentation here. This document provides the details of the integration on the Kochava side.

Kochava tracking URL

Set up a Kochava tracking URL to send information about clicks to Kochava.

  1. Add the following Kochava parameters and Affise macros to the Kochava tracking URL:

  • click_id={clickid} - Affise click ID value. A mandatory parameter.

  • site_id={pid} - ID of your affiliate. A mandatory parameter for iOS applications.

  • sub_site_id={offer_id} - ID of your offer. A mandatory parameter for iOS applications.

  • att={sub7} - this macro should contain 1 for end-users who gave their consent to the processing of personal data and 0 for those who havenโ€™t. A mandatory parameter for iOS applications.

  • ad_platform={sub6} - your type of traffic (for this value you can use any of the free sub accounts). A mandatory parameter.

  • creative_id={sub2} - your sub source.

  • att_time={time} - time of the click creation in UNIX format.

    ๐Ÿ”Ž Find the list of Affise macros here.

2. In Offers > a certain offer > Tracking, put the updated tracking URL into the Tracking URL field.

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Kochava tracking URL example:

http://kochava_tracking_url? 2click_id={clickid}&site_id={pid}&sub_site_id={offer_id}&creative_id={sub2}&ad_platform={sub6}&att={sub7}&att_time={timestamp}

Affise postback URL

You can set up two types of Affise postback URLs based on your needs: application installation postback and event postback.

Affise postback URL should contain Affise parameters and Kochava macros.

Application installation postback example:{click_id}&action_id={click_id}&offer_id={sub_site_id}&pid={site_id}&timestamp={timestamp}&sub2={creative_id}&country={user_country}&att=0/1

Goal (event) postback example:{click_id}&action_id={click_id}&offer_id={sub_site_id}&pid={site_id}&timestamp={timestamp}&sub2={creative_id}&country={user_country}&att=0/1&goal={event_name}

The mandatory parameters are:


Offer ID


Affiliate ID


Possible values: 1 and 0. 1 indicates it is an ordinary integration. 0 indicates it is Probabilistic Attribution.

You can use the following parameters in the postback link:


Unique conversion ID in the advertiser's system


Goal number or goal value


Country where the conversion was made. Use Alpha-2 ISO codes (FR, RU, DE, etc.)


Time of click creation in Unix format


Sub1-sub7 values, which help to select the right payout in the offer in case of Probabilistic Attribution


OS of the end user, who created the conversion. Use these values: ios/android.


Conversions status:

1 - Approved

2 - Pending

3 - Declined

5 - Hold


Conversion revenue



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Additional information about conversions

Postback receiving

If a conversion comes with the click ID and att=1 or 0, the system attributes it to a certain click.

If a conversion comes without the click ID and with att=0, it means probabilistic attribution works. A conversion should also have other parameters: offer_id and pid. This allows the system to attribute the conversion to a certain offer and affiliate.

๐Ÿ“ƒ Related topics

Please contact the Affise Customer Support team regarding all raised questions via the e-mail: [email protected]

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