Yes: some ad tracking programs have an option to track specific 'actions' within your web site - such as a sales order. This is done by adding some HTML code to the page being tracked, which would be the 'Thank You' page for a sale. These include
Tracking a sale for an affiliate program is not possible with this method as access is not possible to the 'Thank You' page. You need a program which can follow the path of a visitor on to another site, for example ClickAlyzer
Use an ad tracker which can record sales. Then submit to the PPC a different tracking URL for each keyword.
Tracking services (programs which run at a 3rd party site) generally use the domain name of that site for example
If you have a tracking Url looking like this
then you can replace it with a shorter Url such as
by creating a 'redirect' file new.htm using this code
<html> <head> <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0"; url=http://www.yourdomain.com/cgi-bin /a/b.cgi?mynewproduct"> </head> </html>
Some programs will create this code for you.