Baidu alliance members, Hello:

Wangmeng to promote cooperation new code management functions, and support the code and domain name check effect report.

1, code bit management

1) through the code management, modify the Wangmeng to promote cooperation size, color and other settings, no need to replace the line of code, you can directly view the modified effect on your site, saving the cost of the replacement code.

2) support for code bit view report. To provide you with a more fine-grained report, easy to optimize the code you put in to enhance revenue.

 

after the upgrade, WangMeng to promote cooperation and provide a new form of code. Old code will be available for a period of time, parallel services, you have put the code can be used normally. We recommend that you get new code to replace it for a better experience.

2, report upgrade

support domain name view report. If you have more than one in the domain name, you can see different respectively under the domain name web promotion cooperation income.

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