New Analytics Sneak Peek – Call for Beta Users
While it’s a gloomy rainy day here in PA, it’s a great day at AWeber when we get to let the cat out of the bag on a project that’s been in the works for over 6 months.
Click Tracking With Your Domain Name
Have you ever wanted to see when your subscribers open and click on your messages? Previously only a total number of opens and clicks were reported but now you’ll be able to drill into reports and see activity down to the hour.
Is your message being read multiple times or forwarded to other recipients? The yellow line in the graph indicates
the unique number of users seen opening your email with images enabled. This data along with any other data represented in charts is also available for export in text format.
Previously all reports and graphs generated were specific to each individual subscriber list. If you’re following best practices and segmenting your subscribers into different categories it’s possible you have multiple lists in a single account. With account wide reporting you’ll now be able to see subscriber activity for all of your lists combined into a single graph.
Call for Beta Users
To apply, please post a comment below including:
- Why you believe you would be best qualified to put these new features thru their paces and how they would help your business.
- Include your name, email, and website in the appropriate spaces provided so we can contact you.
[Update: There's no need to include how many subscribers you have. We're just looking for sites with more than 100 subscribers. -Tom]
[3/20 4:30pm Update: Thank you for everyone's participation, your responses have been incredible! Our team is in the process of individually contacting everyone selected and will get with you for more details. Keep an eye on the blog for more updates in the coming days. -Tom]
[Update: The beta period has ended and these features are now live for all AWeber customers who signed up after 5/20/2008. If you signed up before then and have not yet upgraded, please contact us to do so. -Justin]Print This Post
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