Setting Up A Tracking Page

To create a Trigger Report for a specific page, you will need to set it up as a Tracking Page which can be selected from the menu dropdown.

You can then proceed to add '+ Tracking Page'.

URL

Once you have named the particular tracking page, enter the full URL of the website page you want to be notified of visitors landing on.  

Domain Match Type

Depending on the complexity of your URL structure, select the condition which you want for tracking the page (or pages).

Exact 

Enables you to track the individual page matching the exact URL entered.

For example:
https://www.site.com/pricing

Contains 

Enables you to track a range of pages instead of just one, grouping by less-structured URL elements or key-terms in a URL.

For example:

Matches to all URL's which contain the chosen variable:

https://www.site.com/products/product1/hire-product1
https://www.site.com/products/product2/hire-product2
https://www.site.com/products/product3/hire-product3


Begins-With

Enables you to track a range of pages which meet your criteria, grouping by the first variable in a URL's sub domain.

This means that the entire sub categories which proceed the term entered can be tracked:

For example:

https://www.site.com/products

https://www.site.com/products/product-name-1
https://www.site.com/products/product-name-2
https://www.site.com/products/product-name-3

Ends-With 

Enables you to track a range of pages, grouping by the final variable in a URL's sub domain.

For example:

https://www.site.com/products/product-name

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Search Match Type 

If you are tagging URLs with custom campaign variables to track your marketing activity, referrals or paid advertising campaigns, you need to set the Search Match Type condition.

Exact

This option will match the exact variables from your URL parameters.
If you want to leave a variable as 'anything', you can set the chosen utm to = *.

Contains

The contains option allows you to track multiple pages from your campaigns which differentiate in certain variables but match one or some of the criteria (ie source=social).

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