Yes you can, with the Search Ads Attribution API.
See my other post: https://forums.developer.apple.com/thread/64464
Although you need to log it yourself, Apple doesn't do this.
When an IAP is made, we request this attribution data.
We log the IAP event incl. the attribution data, which might be:
- unavailable, due to Limited Ad Tracking
- Not via Search Ads installation
- name of the Search Ads campaign
We use Fabric Answers Event to log the IAP and put the Search Ads data in the custom event data.
This will be nicely (and real-time ) shown in the Fabric dashboard.
Thanks for that! Just wanted to check where could we see the data about how many users installed the app and made a purchase? Can't seem to see anything from the App Analytics section of iTunesConnect.
It will be best for the majority of advertisers (i.e. the indies that Apple is supposedly targeting) if Apple pulls search ads data directly into the campaigns tab in ITC as well so you don't need to set this up.
The Kitemetrics service implements the Apple Search Ads Attribution API to track In-App Purchases so you don't have to do it yourself. It includes a CocoaPod and reports that are viewable and downloadable via its web interface.