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Yes you'd need to stagger this out, otherwise the condition would trigger as soon as the person clicks on the link.
I would trigger the smart campaign when someone clicks on the link, and then wait 30 minutes before giving them a program status of "visited page" or adding them to a static list.
Have a separate smart campaign triggered based of that program status change or static list addition with an additional filter of "not visited [your thank you url] in past 30 minutes" which will then trigger the alert.
This will give you the most control in case the person has visited a thank you URL in the past, it may be important to have a time constraint.
Also ensure that no additional parameters on the thank you URL break your filter - you may need to use "contains" if this is not predictable.
Ahh thanks for this Justin! Fab stuff!