META redirects, instead of redirecting instantly, load an in between page before arriving on the target URL.

This has the benefit that it allows you to add any code on the in between page.

META redirects are being used for:
- adding tracking pixels to the browser of people that click your links.
- show promotional pages like: you are being forward to somepage.com

By default the META redirect is only used for adding pixels, and the redirect is near instant and has no visual.

For adding code snippets we allow you to add a Google Tag Manager container.

If you want to show a custom redirect page, you can enter a custom META Refresh URL and Delay.

META Redirects work for all websites, and are a good alternative in case iFrame Redirects are not allowed.
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