How to share your code snippet script with a teammate or developer

If a teammate or developer is adding your code snippet script to your domain, you can email them your script directly from GetEmails. 1. From your GetEmails Dashboard, click Code Script > View Script > Email A Teammate. 2. Type their email address in the box, and click Send Message. The text in the blue […]

All About Reporting

To learn more about the contacts you’ve collected or your revenue tracking data, you can dive into the Reporting features in your GetEmails account. Dashboard Reports From your GetEmails’ Dashboard, you’ll see your Plan Usage. This will show you the percentage of your plan used for the month, how many contacts are on your plan, […]

How to add the revenue tracking script to your BigCommerce site

You can use your GetEmails’ revenue tracking script to capture order information for your GetEmails contacts that land on your BigCommerce page. Tracking codes typically are used on the order status page. Once data is collected, your dashboard will display your week-over-week ROI from your GetEmails contacts. Here’s how to add your GetEmails revenue tracking […]

How to add the revenue tracking script to your Shopify site

You can use your GetEmails’ revenue tracking script to capture order information for your GetEmails contacts that land on your Shopify page. Tracking codes typically are used on the order status page. Once data is collected, your dashboard will display your week-over-week ROI from your GetEmails contacts. Here’s how to add your GetEmails revenue tracking […]

How to use the Revenue Tracking Script

How does the Revenue Tracking Script Work? To track customer orders from GetEmails contacts on your eCommerce site, you can use our Revenue Tracking Script. This will identify the: email address order number, and transaction amount tied to a contact from your eCommerce site. We will then pull that data and display it on your Dashboard. […]

How to set up and use Google Tag Manager with GetEmails

To set up Google Tag Manager, you’ll first need to create a free account and connect it to an existing Google account. 1. Go to the Google Tag Manager site, and click Create Account. 2. Fill out the Account Setup information with your Account Name, Country, Container name — which is your website address — […]