Custom campaigns work just like any Partner Links you may have generated in the past. However, as a Kajabi Partner, this custom feature allows you to use any URL and turn it into a Kajabi Partner Link.
Kajabi Partner Custom Campaigns
With Custom Campaigns Links, you can drive traffic to any content you have created on your personal website or any content Kajabi has published, like blog posts, webinars, and continue to receive credit for any referrals who visits your Custom Campaign Link and signs-up for Kajabi within a 30-day period.
How it works
Just as before, your link includes your 30-day tracking cookie. This means that if a visitor clicks on your custom campaign link, then you will be credited with the referral as long as the visitor signs up within 30 days. When the trial ends and the visitor becomes a paying customer, or "active referral", you will earn a commission.
To learn more about how much commission you're entitled to as a Kajabi Partner, see this link
From the Dashboard, visit your Partner Campaign Page, and click Create a Custom Campaign.
Copy and paste the URL you'd like to use for your Custom Campaign. Then, give it a title. A great title to use for a Custom Campaign would be the URL's Page Name. For example, if you were to generate a Custom Campaign from a blogpost URL, use the title of the blog post.
Then, title the link you're generating for your Custom Campaign. You can re-use this campaign's title, or if you plan on promoting the link in different places or channels, we suggest you adding the channel's name to the link's title. That way, you can create additional links for each channel under this campaign and see which channel is converting best.
Once you've completed those fields, we will take the URL you inputted and generate a shiny, new URL that has your 30-Day tracking cookie attached for you to go out and share!
A custom campaign link looks like this:
To test the custom campaign link is working properly, simply copy and paste the link into your browser to confirm it's going to the page you intended it.