We had a feature request from our fellow member, Nequan.
“Hello, I am loving the Real Tracker but I just have one question or suggestion. Is there a way for me track conversions on a 2nd level? For example, I can track my optins but I can’t seem to figure out how to track where my OTO sales are coming from after the optin. Is there a way for me to do this? And if not, do you have any plans on adding this feature? Thanks.”
This feature is ready.
The stats in the TRT Link Manager now looks like this:
Notice that there are 2 conversion stats, Convert A and Convert B (see arrow 1).
You can use Convert A to track opt-in conversion and Convert B to track sales conversion.
“Kenneth, what if I only track sales conversion? Can I use Convert A, or must I use Convert B?”
If you only track one thing, just use either Convert A or Convert B.
Basically they are both conversion trackers to be placed in two different webpages and they are independent. You can track anything you want, in any order, not necessary to be one for opt-in, one for sales. If you need to make a note on what conversion they track, use the Note feature (see arrow 2).
How To Use
First, you need to understand that conversion tracking can only be used on your own webpage. If you are trying to track an affiliate link, i.e. you have no access to the source code of the link, then you can’t use conversion tracking. The best thing you can do is to track the Response, which is a measure of the clicking activity.
With that understanding, let’s say you want to track the opt-in rate, click on the link button (shown in arrow 3 below) to get the tracking code. Insert the tracking code into the opt-in confirmation page.
Next, let’s say you want to track the sales conversion also. Click on the other link button (see arrow 4 below) to get the tracking code for Convert B, insert the code into the sales confirmation page.
When someone visits your offer and opt-in, Convert A will increase by 1. If the person makes a purchase, Convert B will also increase by 1.
Not to forget that these conversion stats can be sorted by the Traffic Source and Country. So you will be able to tell which Traffic Source or Country gives you the best conversion.
That’s all for today’s update. I hope you will find this feature useful.