Integrate Performance Horizon with MemSQL
About Performance Horizon
Performance Horizon is a SaaS marketing solution that facilitates the selective sharing of data between advertisers and publishers, allowing for better overall marketing performance. Since publishers have access to advertisers’ metadata, they can see which campaigns are most effective and work with the advertisers to create the most effective marketing solutions possible.
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Performance Horizon's End Points
Obtain data on publishers that are connected through Performance Horizon’s marketing network. This data includes the publisher’s name, ID, and website, as well as the region the publisher is located in and what types of promotion they offer. This data will allow you to gauge how well individual regions and methods are performing.
Retrieve data about a connected advertiser, including their contact information, advertiser ID, and payment data (such as the balance associated with that advertiser). This allows partners to see how marketing campaigns translate into conversions for the advertisers. It also allows them to see how much revenue those advertisers are generating for the publishers.
Get any campaign data that advertisers have made available to partners on the network, including campaign name and ID, how conversions are tracked, the conversion type that is tracked, and how publishers are paid for those conversions.
Create a job to handle large data requests on Performance Horizon and receive periodic updates on its progress. These updates include when it is estimated to be completed, what percentage of the job has been completed so far, and what its current status is.