Use the URL Querystring method to trigger conversion goals based on the querystrings that appear in the pages they visit. URL querystrings are the words you see in a URL after a "?". For example, http://domain.com/?querystring=true. In that example, everything after the "?" is part of a querystring. Here is an example:
Scenario: You want to trigger a conversion goal when someone purchases something from your site. After the purchase, a user lands on a page with a URL like this: www.yoursite.com/order.html?payment=complete
Solution: Create a Querystring conversion with "payment=complete" as the value. The conversion will trigger anytime we see "payment=complete" in the URL.
If you have any questions about using Querystring conversions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.