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Connecting AdCurve to your Beslist Account

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Written by Sam O'Neill
Updated over a week ago

AdCurve uses a direct to your Beslist account to collect your advertising costs so that we can provide accurate campaign data. now requires a series of API keys to grant third parties like AdCurve access to your account.

The keys are available through the API Toegang section of the Uw Webshop menu in your Beslist Dashboard.

(Not every webshop will have access to this by default. If you check your Beslist Dashboard and cannot find API Toegang, please contact your Beslist Account Manager to request that it is added to your dashboard.)

The API Toegang page shows a series of API keys that will be required for AdCurve to gain access to your account.

You'll need to copy the ClientID key and Client Secret key and paste these into the Beslist Settings page in AdCurve. The final step is to click the blue Autorisatiecode button to request a code. This autorisatiecode expires after a short time, and can only be used once to ensure the security of your account. 

Copy the autorisatiecode code and paste this into the AdCurve settings page.

Once all three keys have been entered, enter your Beslist Shop ID and press the Connect to Beslist button to complete the connection process.

If all three keys have been entered correctly, the connection should be established immediately after pressing the connect button. 

Once you see that the connection is established, please Save Settings.

If the keys are correct and you're having issues connecting, please contact AdCurve support for further assistance. 

If you're a Shop2Market user without access to AdCurve, please contact us so that we can provide assistance in setting this up for you.

If you need any further support with this topic, or if something is missing from our article, please don't hesitate to start a chat with us at any time using the Intercom button in the bottom right of your screen.

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