This quote (from another forum category) has to do with an adword campaign:
You place tracking codes at the PPC engine information points.
When you write the creative for an adword campaign you are given a destination url to fill out and when using more than one keyword per ad etc. you can apply the destination url on a per word basis.
But it looks generally something like this:
the code is a query string that is parsed and tracked for you
but, my question is:
Should I manually affix some sort of tracking code to the URLs I submit to Yahoo's new Overture Site Match? I have already submitted URLs for 3 clients for review. So, 1) is it too late, 2) can I even do this, and 3) if so, how?
Also, how will this affect organic SEO since I thought Google had problems with indexing URLs that had query strings in them?
A newbie to code tracking,