I know there must be some sort of transparent image or something. I am creating custom XHTML and I just want to add your tracking code to it so I can track the number of opens on the constant contact site.
Here is an example of how to track links in Custom XHTML emails:
<SimpleURLProperty name="mylink" track="true" label="Link Text" href="http://www.constantcontact.com"><a href="http://www. constantcontact.com">Link Text</a></SimpleURLProperty>
There is an FAQ that gives more information here.
Please let me know if you have any questions regarding this.
I am using dynamic links, so I am fairly certain I can't track links, which I am willing to accept, but I would like to track open statistics.
What I guess I needed was
<!-- Do NOT delete previous line if you want to get statistics on the number of opened emails -->
I couldn't find this anywhere in the documentation, but I found it by creating a new email using the editor and and then looking at what was created in the advanced editor.
I am not sure if this will work, but I am testing it now.
I apologize I misunderstood your question, yes all XHTML emails require the <OpenTracking/> tag to track opens.
Hi guys. Does <OpenTracking /> track opens only? or does it include tracking for bounces?
If not, what tag should I use to track bounces?
Only OpenTracking needs to be specified. All other tracking will occur automatically.
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