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Publicising Lost Cousins

Discussion in 'Family Tree Analyzer' started by Alexander Bisset, Jan 6, 2019.

  1. Alexander Bisset

    Alexander Bisset Administrator Staff Member

    I don't think you can reward incorrect entries. The middle course seems like the best as it has a level of encouragement to do better yet doesn't reward the out and out mistakes.
     
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  2. peter

    peter Administrator Staff Member

    What a brilliant idea!
     
  3. Alexander Bisset

    Alexander Bisset Administrator Staff Member

    Starting to take shape.

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  4. Alexander Bisset

    Alexander Bisset Administrator Staff Member

    Peter when FTAnalyzer is going to check the FMP website is it ok to use the full weblink as per the button on the Lost Cousins site. eg:
    http://www.awin1.com/cread.php?awin...r-england-and-wales?pieceno=6874&schedule=215

    I'm guessing that leaving the awin1.com part on then produces more website hits for the awin tracking which I imagine is a good thing for tracking purposes? Or should I use a modified version so you can track it was an FTAnalyzer lookup? I could just strip the awin1 part and start with http://search.findmypast.co.uk if that's better?
     
  5. peter

    peter Administrator Staff Member

    Alexander, please use the same weblinks but modify them slightly. For example, at the moment the link you posted includes 'clickref=1911' but if you change that to 'clickref=1911FTA' it will be tracked separately.
     
  6. Alexander Bisset

    Alexander Bisset Administrator Staff Member

    Thanks will do.
     

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