Assigning Salesforce campaigns to your tracking sources in CallTrackingMetrics allows you to link activities associated with a tracking source to a specific campaign in your Salesforce account. You will need to enable the Salesforce integration in your account before you can assign campaigns to your tracking sources. There are two methods of assigning campaigns to
If you would like to display different tracking numbers by a Google AdWords campaign, you can create custom tracking sources in CTM aligned to each campaign.
You can create a tracking source after you’ve purchased your tracking number(s) and then assign that new tracking source to specific tracking number(s).
In some cases, you may want to prevent your google or bing organic tracking numbers from showing on your website when a visitor is coming through a branded search query.
Onsite sources are advertising channels that drive traffic to your website, and thus a tracking number will dynamically appear on your website when visitors come from one of those sources.
If you would like to track phone calls from Bing Paid/Microsoft Adcenter visitors to your website, you should choose the quick set up source: Bing Paid.
When you have multiple tracking sources, it’s important to keep the position of those sources in mind.
You can set up tracking numbers to track your email campaigns in just a few simple steps so that each time a call comes in you know that it was a result of that email campaign.
You can adjust tracking sources to track either the first way that a visitor came to your website or the most recent way.