|UTM (Urchin Tracking Module) codes are snippets of text that can be added at the end of an URL to measure the success of your content on the web.
This article will provide basic information about UTM codes and how they can be used to track campaigns.
In SharpSpring, campaign tracking options are used to assign a lead to a campaign by clicking a specific link. UTM codes are a means of assigning a lead to a campaign. This means that when a contact is created in SharpSpring, there is information on file on where that lead came from.
|UTM codes in SharpSpring require one unique identifying parameter. This parameter is whatever you want it to be.
Note: For consistent campaign tracking, SharpSpring suggests not using spaces when creating UTM codes.
To use a UTM code, you would need to add the snippet at the end of any link, separated by a ? character.
The entire UTM link would be used as a tracking identifier for things like a call to action in an email, a URL redirect for an ad, or to link to a social media post. When a tracked lead meets any of these campaign tracking criteria, the lead will be associated with the campaign.
Adding UTM Codes to Campaigns
To add a UTM code to a campaign, do the following:
Note: The resulting UTM code should resemble something akin to utm=CAMPAIGNNAME, where CAMPAIGNNAME can be whatever identifier you desire.