Hi, I am trying to do this exact same thing, did you have any luck?
I'm looking forward for this as well =/
However, the solution that I have so far is to ask the user on the web page for some data like e-mail and store,
then when on the App very first launch we ask for the e-mail again and match with the stored (from the server) e-mail.
If it matches this means this was the user that was in the web page.
Another way would be to get the user IP however there're those cases where the Wifi is on and u might run on NAT related issues (a bunch of users with same public IP).
We need this also! We have both links to the app and the banner on our homepage, but these are currently impossible to distinguish. You can specify campaigns using the old affiliate style but that seems like the wrong approach to take. It'd also help if you could see the full referral address instead of just the domain.
I have looked for a lot of info and finally this is the solution that I have done for a campaign in our web http://iphonedigital.es
1) If you have NOT an iTunes affiliate account:
<meta name="apple-itunes-app" content="app-id=[App Store App ID], affiliate-data=ct=[campaign name]”/>
2) If you have an iTunes affiliate account:
<meta name="apple-itunes-app" content="app-id=[App Store App ID], affiliate-data=at=[affiliate ID]&ct=[campaign name]”/>
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