With Product list integration, you can now dish custom reports based on categories, sub categories or by individual products. You can even create custom product related reports and gather insights by adding various filters
Product-wise Performance Report
The report screen is a weekly report of an individual product. The report is customized after integrating product and purchase data from your store platform. This reports enables the marketer to monitor the conversion rate and identify susceptible pages in the goal paths causing drop-outs and plan optimization techniques
Views: Total Views the product received)
Unique Views: Total Unique Visitors who viewed the product
Potential: Total Potential Sales, considering all the unique visitors purchased at daily average(order)
AddtoCart: Total Unique Visitors who added the product to the cart
Worth: Total Worth, considering all the unique visitors who added to cart, made a purchase
Product Sold: Total Product sold
Value: Total successful purchases
Unique: Total Unique Customers who purchases the product
Average: An average number of products, every unique visitor purchases
Drop-outs – Total Unique Visitors who added to the cart but did not make the purchase
Value: Total Unsuccessful purchases
Conversion Rate: Total Percentage of successful purchases(value) with respect to total unique visitors who viewed the product (Potential)
This documentation is made for store platforms, where there is no web-service/API options. In this scenario, you can import your product list and then sync with URL information. This gets a bit manual if your product list grows on a daily basis
Steps to import your product list
Export your product list to an excel or csv file as shown in the sample
Login to your Plumb5 account and click on manage account to get to your configuration tab
Select Import Product. Give you list a name and import the exported file . Hit the “Configure button’ to finish.
Get your Plumb5 Script/Code, open this file on your Zen Cart site:
Scroll to the bottom of the file paste in your code from plumb5.
Save the file, upload to your live site and that’s it.
For tagging customer sessions, manually add the text in your Footer’s file.
Illustration of implemented screen
1. In your Bigcommerce Control Panel, select Apps > Analytics.
2. Check the box for Google Analytics and select Save.
3. Select the Google Analytics tab and paste your Plumb5 scripts into the box and click “Save”
Tagging Customer sessions (Use this script in the screen) to tag customers to their session data on Plumb5.
If you need help, you can write to email@example.com, and we can assist you through the process
To enable the API
1.) Login to your store’s control panel.
2.) Click on Users.
3. Edit the user for which you wish to enable the API.
4. Scroll down to the bottom of the screen, and check the box next to
Yes, allow this user to use the API.
5. You will then get the API URL and Token for that user.
6. Click Save.
If you ever need to re-generate the API Token, you can navigate back to this area and click the
Generate New Token button. Just remember to Save, so you can use the new token in your third-party integration.
Once this is done, login to your Plumb5 account to enable user and product list synchronization
Select BigCommerce in the dropdown, and submit your username and API key to configure
Once done, select customer or product to sync data
and now you are ready to run product reports and customer segmentation on Plumb5.
API Configuration for User and Product Synchronization on Shopify
User Synchronization will help in importing all contacts to your Plumb5 dashboard which will enable the manager to run mail campaigns, periodic/cycle based campaigns or look up for demographic and social profiles
Product Synchronization will help in generating reports by product categories, price and events. Integrating product info and price will help analyze the potential sales by measuring unique views/add to carts before sign-ups, which are not available on Magento reports
Sign in to your Plumb5 dashboard. On the top right corner of your account box, click the manage link
Select Shopify in the dropdown menu and submit your Name, Key, Store URL and the secret, to configure
Once done, select customer and product in your dropdown to synchronize with your store app
and you are done!
Installing Plumb5 in Your Volusion Template
As a template-driven solution, Volusion only needs to be updated in the main template to track . Once installed in the main template page, Volusion will dynamically build your store pages, inserting the necessary plumb5 Analytics tracking code that will capture the data. To begin
Log in as an admin to your Volusion store.
Navigate to File Editor under the Design menu tab.
Once in File Editor, you will see a set of “shortcuts” on the right. Click on the first link underneath “Design Files” which is your live template your store is using. This name will vary from store to store
Scroll to the bottom and insert the following Plumb5 code just before the </body> tag.
If your store is built on buildabazaar.com, you can easily integrate Plumb5 and set up effective conversion campaigns on your store
Inserting Plumb5 scripts to your store pages
Login to your website with admin ID and Password so that you can see the user interface editor.
Click on the spanner tool icon to open the menu as illustrated.
Click on the “footer” link
Click on “edit icon” , to open the editor and as illustrated below, click HTML to open the source editor. Paste your Plumb5 scripts (analytics or personalization or chat) here
To tag customers to their sessions for behavior and interaction analysis, we will need to add the code snippet specified below
Click here to login and collect your code snippet for your buildabazaar webstore
Connect your ecommerce store API to your Plumb5 account and start monitoring visitor behavior on your stores and run personalized campaigns based on behavior and interactions
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Here is a quick two step configuration, which shows how to tag customer id to sessions, recorded on Plumb5
Select “Themes” from the left hand menu to get to the template editor.
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