Send a reward to your advocate when they refer a friend that lands on any designated pages of your website (has to be the same domain name you added into your iRefer account).

Custom Goal > Land on your web page
User signs up > Shares referral link > Friend clicks on referral link > Friend lands on a page you have specified as the trigger > Referrer gets a reward

You can send a reward after a referred person has made a purchase from your e-commerce store or registered into a member only area etc. It works great for dynamic type URLs which show differently each time depending on the action taken.

Navigate to your Rewards page within your campaign, you will notice 2 radio buttons when you choose “Custom Goal” type reward called “IS” and “CONSISTS OF“.

The “IS” rule allows you to reward someone for referring a friend to any page on your website. For example, if you wanted to trigger the reward when a referred person landed on your page then you just need to enter the URL /about/ 

If that person landed on either or then no reward would be triggered.

With the “CONSISTS OF” rule, you can reward people for landing on a dynamic URL that changes for each user.

A great example of this would be to reward your referrer when they refer a friend to your WooCommerce store who then make a purchase. 

An example URL structure in WooCommerce after a purchase would look like this: 

Therefore, if you entered the URL /order-received/ as the “CONSISTS OF” rule then your reward would be sent out when someone completed a purchase in your WooCommerce store.


Important while testing!

To test this reward, after signing up and receiving your referral link, you should either send the link to someone else outside of your internet connection (IP address) or by using a VPN change your IP address.

If sending to someone else, they should click on your referral link and then you could ask them to navigate to your trigger page.

If testing yourself with a VPN, after you signed up and got your welcome email with your referral link you should then change your IP address. Then click on the referral link and navigate to your trigger page. 

Our system checks for duplicate IP addresses, so if you are trying to land on your trigger page with the same IP address used when signing up and getting your referral link, we won't count that as a referral.

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