A Recipient represents someone who is receiving leads from you. If you are providing leads to another company, it is generally a good idea to designate them as the recipient for the campaign. This will help you keep your Campaigns screen organized so that keep track of which campaigns belong to which buyers.
Types of Recipients
There are two types of Recipients:
Buyer Account — A Buyer Account is another LeadConduit Classic Account. A Buyer Account is held by a company or individual that is receiving leads from you. The users associated with a Buyer Account have access to most (or all) of LeadConduit's functionality, including real-time reporting. Buyer Accounts are also referred to as Advertisers.
Non-Account Recipient — A Non-Account Recipient is a lead recipient other than another LeadConduit Classic Account.
Since they don't have account access, they will not have access to reporting or the ability to return leads.
How to see your recipients
You can view all your LeadConduit recipients by clicking on the word recipients in the navigation bar. This will take you to a listing of the accounts of buyers who have connected to you. You can manage the list of recipients who don't have a LeadConduit Classic account by visiting the recipients > non-account recipients section.
Connecting to Buyer Accounts
If you want to act as a lead source for another company, you have to go through a simple signup process. Ask your contact at that company to email you their signup link so you can apply to be one of their lead sources. Once you get the email, just follow the enclosed link and fill out the form. Once you are approved, you will see the company in your list of buyer recipients. The recipient may now share their campaigns with you and you'll be ready to start providing leads. If the company doesn't currently have a LeadConduit account, have them sign up for a free account here: https://classic.leadconduit.com/signup (you must be logged into LeadConduit to access this link).
The Buyer Account will always be the one to initiate the connection between accounts.
Adding Non-Account Recipients
Occasionally, you may want to act as a lead seller to another company where you don't want that company to have a log in to be able to see stats, provide returns, and the like. Or maybe you want to provide leads to another company who refuses to log into LeadConduit Classic. You should add this company as a non-account recipient. Once you have done so, you'll be able to assign new campaigns that you create to that Recipient. This will allow you to properly track all the campaigns that are associated with that Recipient without them having a LeadConduit Classic account.
When I share a campaign with one of my sources, will they see the name of the recipient for that campaign?
Your sources will see your account as the recipient for the campaign. They won't see the name of your recipients.
Can I change the Recipient for a campaign?
No. The campaign recipient must be designated at the time the campaign is first created or copied from an existing campaign. Once the recipient has been designated, it can't be changed. It is possible to edit the name of a non-account recipient. To change the recipient, you can copy the campaign and designate a new recipient for the new campaign. Remember that you will then have to share this new campaign with any sources providing leads to the old campaign.
Campaigns with Multiple Buyers
If you are selling leads to multiple buyers, the recipient of leads for the primary campaign should be "You". You can then create a separate delivery destination for each one of your buyers. If you want to provide online reporting for a buyer, where they can access all of the leads you have provided them, you'll need to create a campaign for the buyer with that buyer's LeadConduit Classic account designated as the recipient for the campaign.