(More) New Email Web Analytics Feature Sneak Peek
With the overwhelming response to our initial analytics sneak peek it’s hard to imagine that we might actually have more up our sleeve for you.
Most small businesses using email marketing call their campaigns a success or failure based strictly on the raw number of opens or clicks they get.
Unfortunately, up until now there hasn’t been an affordable solution for small businesses to truly get inside their campaigns.
That’s about to change…
Beyond Landing Pages
Most email campaign reports can show you how many clicks you received on a link.
What happens when the user clicks thru to your site and continues to click around on other pages? Would it be helpful to know the total traffic impact your campaign has on your website, not just the landing pages?
For most small businesses the goal of having an email newsletter or other mail follow up campaign is to drive sales or a specific action on your website.
How many sales did your last campaign generate? How many dollars did that campaign bring in?
Tracking sales and the revenue from those sales will now be integrated directly with your campaign reports.
You can track any type of goal you may have on your website, whether it’s logging into an account, posting a comment on your blog, or filling out a form to request a quote.
With the multitude of new reports available, loading a page to view each one separately can be time waster.
Reports that you access frequently from different lists can all be placed in one central dashboard page.
Rather than being stuck with a specific date range such as the last 30 days, flexible reporting allows you to drill into your data over any period of time.
Look at results for last week or the last 6 months – slicing and dicing your data in any way you desire.
Get Early Access To These New Features
We’ve opened a few more slots for beta testers.
Participants should have at least 100 subscribers and be communicating with their subscribers once per week or more.
Interested? Please post in the comments below. Be sure to include your website URL and email address in the proper boxes so we can contact you.Print This Post
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