Campaigns

Click on Analytics > Campaigns to view your recent campaigns. The Analytics Trends widget tracks opens over your last 15 campaigns. The Recent Campaigns widget tracks recent campaigns by subject line along with opens, the date they were created, and a link to obtain their tracking code.

  • You can search by subject line or keyword in the SEARCH BOX to the top right.
  • To delete campaigns, click the checkbox to the right of the campaign and click the DELETE button.
  • To view campaign information click the SUBJECT LINE of the campaign. You’ll then be redirected back to the Analytics Overview with a campaign filter applied.

Create a Campaign

To create a campaign click the CREATE CAMPAIGN button.

If you have any unverified domains you will be alerted here. Click the VERIFY NOW button to begin the domain verification process. Otherwise, complete the following steps:

  1. First, log in to 250ok. and go to Analytics > Campaigns.
  2. If you are seeking to copy the tracking code from an existing campaign, select the 250ok Analytics Campaign in question from the “Recent Campaigns” field and click the “Tracking Code” button.
  3. If you are seeking to create a new 250ok Analytics campaign, click the “Create Campaign” button.
    1. Enter the name of your campaign in the “Name Your Campaign” field.
    2. Select your email service provider (ESP) from the “Which Email Service Provider Do You Use?” dropdown menu.
      1. If your ESP is not listed in the 250ok Analytics platform select “My ESP isn’t listed” from the”Which Email Service Provider Do You Use?” dropdown menu.
        1. Enter the name of your ESP.
        2. Enter the merge tag / token your ESP uses for the purposes of populating data dynamically.
        3. Select your tracking domain.
      2. If you send your own mail select “I send my own mail” from the “Which Email Service Provider Do You Use?” dropdown menu.
        1. Enter the merge tag / token your software uses for the purposes of populating data dynamically.
        2. Select your tracking domain.
    3. Click the “Create Campaign” button.
  4. You will be redirected to the “Tracking Code” screen where you can copy or further customize the 250ok Analytics tracking pixel for your campaign.
  5. Click the “Advanced: Customize your pixel” link.
  6. Click the “Include Campaign Merge Tag” checkbox even if your ESP does not have a Campaign merge tag.
    1. A merge tag is a dynamic field provided by your email service provider to inject dynamic content in your campaigns.
    2. Senders using an ESP that does not have a campaign merge tag are required to change all three instances of the c= value to the same value per campaign.
  7. Paste the tracking pixel code into the HTML of your email before the closing body tag (</body>). Note: If the pixel is in the signature it is worth remember that clients such as Gmail do not auto show the signature and the pixel will not register.