Referrer Matching Mode

With this conditional option, you can either tell BackJacker to enable itself or disable itself based on the referrer of your web site traffic.  The options in the drop down field are:

  • Don’t use this feature – This will disable this feature all together.
  • Enable plugin on match – This will enable BackJacker only if the referrer matches the settings you configure.
  • Disable plugin on match – This will disable BackJacker if the referrer matches the settings you configure.

The configurable options are as follows:

  • Match blank referrer – If you check this box, BackJacker will look to see if the referrer is blank and either enable or disable itself based on the setting configured from the drop down menu above.
  • Referrer list – This is where you would enter the domains you would like BackJacker to check the referrer on.  You would enter each domain in a comma separated list.  As an example, if I wanted BackJacker to look for Google and Yahoo, I would enter the list as follows: google.com, yahoo.com

These settings are great to use if you plan to use BackJacker with a specific ad network.  You can disable BackJacker based on blank referrer and where you think the ad traffic might come in prior to your campaign being approved.  It is also good if you are worried about a manual review as you can disable the functionality based on blank referrer as most likely the reviewer would just type in the URL of your site when taking a look around.