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Conversion snippet installation (recommended)

How to install the conversion directly into the sign up form code

Adding the Reditus Conversion Snippet

The Snippet is one line of code that should be inserted after a successful signup submission, sending us the actual email of the person signing up (So make sure you change email@example.com with the actual email of the person signing up).

 
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Before installing the snippet make sure you have added the tracking script to the page.

How does the Snippet work?

The cookie will track all the partner-related visitors. The next step you want your visitors to take is to actually sign up. When a referral signs up we want to know his email to keep track of this referral from now on forward. The email will get shown in the partner dashboard, your dashboard plus we will keep track of it in your Stripe account.

Where do I find the Snippet?

You can find the Snippet within your settings. Make sure you copy using the button to avoid any typos.

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How to add it to your sign up form

# Ruby on Rails

We would need to know if registration occurred on your application, so we can mark a new referral into Reditus.

For that to happen, you need to manually call gr("track", "conversion", { email: "actual@email.com" }); when a user successfully signed up.

Below you will find an example of tracking a successful user registration, using devise gem.

# app/controllers/users/registrations_controller.rb

Ruby

class RegistrationsController < Devise::RegistrationsController
  def create
    #...
    resource.save

    if resource.persisted? # Account created
      session[:reditus_referral] = sign_up_params[:email]
      #...
    else # Authentication failed
      # ...
    end
  end
end

Notice we are storing the email of the newly created user in session[:reditus_referral].

Next, you need to properly call the tracking method that tells Reditus a new user has registered.

In the rendered view, after the registration redirect, we check if there is anything cached in session[:reditus_referral].

# app/views/layouts/application.html.erb

Ruby

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
  <head>
    <!-- content in head -->
  </head>

  <body>
    <!-- content in body -->

    <% if session[:reditus_referral].present? %>

      <script>
        # Change with the actual script from your settings.

        (function(w, d, s, p, t) { w.gr = w.gr || function() { w.gr.q = w.gr.q || []; w.gr.q.push(arguments); }; p = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; t = d.createElement(s); t.async = true; t.src = "https://app.getreditus.com/gr.js?_ce=60"; p.parentNode.insertBefore(t, p); })(window, document, "script");
        # Make sure to use your own website_id

        gr("website", "XX");
        gr("track", "pageview");
      </script>
    <% else %>
      <script>
        # Change with the actual script from your settings.

        (function(w, d, s, p, t) { w.gr = w.gr || function() { w.gr.q = w.gr.q || []; w.gr.q.push(arguments); }; p = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; t = d.createElement(s); t.async = true; t.src = "https://app.getreditus.com/gr.js?_ce=60"; p.parentNode.insertBefore(t, p); })(window, document, "script");
        gr("website", "XX");

        # Use the actual email, found in `session[:reditus_referral]` in this example
        gr("track", "conversion", { email: "actual@email.com" });
      </script>
    <% end %>
  </body>
</html>

# React JS

We would need to know if registration occurred on your application, so we can mark a new referral into Reditus.

For that to happen, you need to manually call gr("track", "conversion", { email: "actual@email.com" }); when a user successfully signed up.

In a React app, we will usually call the conversion event, in the callback of the Sign Up success handler.

JavaScript

handleSignupSubmit(values) {
    const {
      signUp,
    } = this.props

    signUp({
      ...values,
    })
    .then(() => {
      gr("track", "conversion", { email: "actual@email.com" });
      console.log('Account created successfully.')
    })
    .catch((err) => {
       console.log('Something went wrong. Please try again later!')
    })
  }
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