Yet another upcoming feature we’ve added in LinkTrackr recently, that I did not mention in the previous post, is a revamped conversions page and file upload.
Previously, you had a report to view all your conversions in a pie chart format, as well as a table that showed you all the conversions in one table. However, we felt that it was still not giving you a complete picture of what’s happening with your marketing campaigns.
Plus, sometimes you record conversions in error, or incomplete conversions. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could edit the conversion? What if you missed out of tracking something and wanted an easier way to add it to your LinkTrackr reports?
Behold, the new features we’ve planned for Linktrackr!
View All Your Conversions Easily
With the new conversion tracking page, you can easily see the most important details of your conversion:
When you click “View / Edit” however, you see magic. Now we show you a complete timeline of the conversion, back to the referring click. Plus, you can see all the important details including IP address and location:
And yes, you can now also edit your conversion details, leave notes, or delete the individual conversion.
But that’s not all..
Easily Upload Your Conversion Reports
Previously, we did not allow you to manually add a single conversion, which can be useful. Although the file import feature was available, it was time-consuming and difficult for most users to get the data into the format we needed.
Now, you can add a single conversion pretty easily as long as you enter a Click ID, which is the key factor in tagging your conversion to the click.
You can also ignore the Click ID, but when you do that the conversion only shows up in summary reports.
All you have to do is download from the network, choose the predefined format, and upload your file. Conversions are added into LinkTrackr, but you can manually approve or reject each conversion first.
NOTE: To use predefined reports you must not edit or modify the source file in anyway. Just upload it exactly as it is in CSV format.
Most of these feature are similar to our Shorty link cloaking plugin for WordPress. In fact, we introduced them in Shorty first, to test them out.
They work extremely well, and now we’re introducing the same features and workflow into LinkTrackr. We believe these new conversion tracking features will help you manage more conversions and affiliate commissions easily, from one central dashboard.
These new conversion tracking features and affiliate commission uploads are in development, and we expect to release them within the next 30 days.