- You need administrative rights to be able to access your page source code.
- Make sure to insert the snippet into each page where you’d like to track visitors.
- Add the snippet directly into the HTML source code. If you’re using a site engine, insert the code into your website’s management system.
- (Optional) Use the GrTracking method to properly identify your visitors who haven’t come to your website via a GetResponse message link. It requires passing on a user email as a parameter to GetResponse.
1. Go to Automation >> Create workflow. Choose a condition to start building a workflow.
2. Drag and drop the ecommerce element you want to use into the workspace.
4. Click Get Web Connect
Now you need to you add the snippet to your website’s management system or insert it directly into the HTML source code.
Note: Our snippet needs to be the last element in the the section. Don’t put any tags between the closing tag of our snippet and the closing tag.
When do I need to use the “GrTracking” method?
The GrTracking method is a way to properly identify your visitors who haven’t come to your website via a GetResponse message link. It requires a visitor email to be passed on to GetResponse as a parameter.
GrTracking allows you to set a list token. If you have the same subscriber on several lists, the list token will let you search for a subscriber on a particular list. For example, GrTracking(‘setListToken’, ‘<token>’). The list token needs to be placed before the email address.
You can find the list token in the list settings in your GetResponse account.
If your visitors come from other websites where they leave their email address—for example, form submission pages, newsletter sign-ups, registrations, logins, purchase page details, etc.— you need to:
For example, for PHP-generated pages add
<?php echo ” GrTracking(‘ “.$userEmail. ” ‘); “; ?>
3. Make sure that appropriate forms pass the user’s email address in the $userEmail parameter (for PHP-generated pages). This means that you need to write additional lines of code that pass a customer email address as a $userEmail parameter. Note: This step requires advanced coding skills. Consider sending the code to your webmaster.
We’ll be adding more coding examples, so stay tuned.