Head to Tools > Webpage tracking

  • Click "tracking code"
  • You will then see your unique tracking script to place before the last <body> tag either on each page you want tracked or in a constant area of your site- like the footer or header in most Wordpress sites. Here you will also be able to copy that code to your clipboard and view step by step instructions. 

<html>
<head></head>
<body>
This is where all your content in the body of your page will be
INSERT WEBPAGE TRACKING CODE HERE
</body>
<html>


[If you have the constant footer or header and put the code there, as people navigate through your website, those pages will automatically pull into Hatchbuck.]



Hatchbuck Hacks: 
  • Add yourself as a user in the database, become a Tracked Contact* (by either filling out a form, or clicking a link from a Hatchbuck email) then navigate through every page in your site to pull them in all at once.
  • Next, add a title and automations to each page that has been pulled in to Hatchbuck. Best practice: Think about your segments and add tags to your webpages that reflect those segments (ex: add a Red Wine tag to your webpage dedicated to Red Wine). That way visitors to the site will rack up that Tag and auto-segment themselves into Red Wine lovers!
    These are great articles on Tagging and Tag Rules.




*IMPORTANT: Tracked Contacts

Hatchbuck drops cookies on individual web browsers in order to track their visits to your webpage. Because of this, we ONLY track 2 types of people:
  • People who click on links within your emails
  • People who fill out your online form