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I was wondering if there's a possibility to track where a user comes from e.g. AdWords or Referal or Facebook etc and based on this information to show a different page?

For example it would be very useful to be able to display a different contact phone or email address on your contact page to users coming from AdWords.

How do you do this?

Thanks in advance, Alex

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closed as off topic by John Conde Oct 26 '12 at 3:07

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Yes, you can do it.

For instance, for adwords, you can follow the explanation in this SO thread. For other systems, you can use similar mechanics. I recommend that you make a search in this forum and in StackOverflow.

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Thank you, i'll do that! – Alex Oct 25 '12 at 7:37

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