Tracking tips

In order to avoid confusion with tracking, for example, zero tracks or for the loss of some tracks, we recommend using the following simple rules below: 1. Please use WD _wd_t tracking or utm_source Google tags. You can learn more about this in the special section of the WD user…continue reading →

Filters in the analytics

Although it is always recommended, not all of our customers use the detailed filters available to them to optimize bots, low quality traffic or other issues affecting their campaigns shown in the analytics. Filters/search are in the sections - Scoring details, Deep Analysis and Visitor Analysis. The fields you can…continue reading →

Traffic overlapping

If you are buying traffic from different sources, there is a high probability that different suppliers will sell you the same impression/click from the same user during the same session, often resulting that you end up paying multiple times for that same impression/click which in the aggregate, often ends up…continue reading →

Pictograms in White Diagnostic

We have decided to define what is meant by the small icons next to the domains and campaigns in WD tools. defines a public domain that was provided to you for free of charge by WhiteDiagnostic. Further details about the domain here. icon defines a domain that has an https…continue reading →

Overview section

Recently, our development team has released a new section called Overview. This section is in all White Diagnostic tools. Now you have the opportunity to analyze and see indicators response (red - critical, yellow - suspicious) not for each session/request, but for all traffic in general. All this can be…continue reading →

The control of traffic quality scoring rules

The control of traffic quality scoring rules for adjusting White Diagnostic core with user requirements. The WD platform was updated the other day, besides the new algorithms for traffic quality analysis, we have added the ability to control the enabling and disabling (on/off) of specific scoring rules. This could be…continue reading →