When a post is sponsored, we like to give the sponsor's ads 100% share of voice on the page (example: https://flowermag.com/setting-up-a-holiday-bar/ ) I have been using the method below, suggested by this forum. However, while it works with direct links, I have recently discovered that when page views come from through MailChimp or social media platforms, the code added the end of the links overrides this solution. Any suggestions?
For reference, the previously used method, which does not work when page views come from Mail Chimp or social media platforms, is below:
Yes, you can use the wildcard character (*) at the end of the path. So in the Path Targeting field, instead of "/setting-up-a-holiday-bar/", use "/setting-up-a-holiday-bar/*" (without the quotes). Note the star/wildcard character at the end. This will match any url where the path starts with "/setting-up-a-holiday-bar/" regardless of what comes at the end. For example, with the wildcard at the end, this will match: "https://www.example.com/setting-up-a-holiday-bar/?something=somethingelse".