Exclude traffic from your site analytics

Posted by HubSpot Support on Oct 17, 2018 6:25:14 AM

After connecting your domain to HubSpot or installing the HubSpot tracking code on your external site, the next step is to exclude traffic from your site analytics, such as internal traffic, referrer domains, and bots. 

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Topics: Reports

Customize cookie tracking settings and privacy policy alert

Posted by HubSpot Support on Oct 17, 2018 5:12:34 AM

Customize how you track visitors with cookies and inform them of your privacy policy in your HubSpot account when complying with EU cookie laws and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

A privacy alert allows visitors to opt in or opt out of being tracked in your HubSpot account with cookies. This feature works for all HubSpot pages as well as any external pages with your HubSpot tracking code installed.

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Topics: Reports

Create goals

Posted by HubSpot Support on Sep 5, 2018 9:20:09 PM

With goals, managers can create user-specific quotas for their sales and services teams. Managers can then assign these goals at the user, team, or pipeline level.

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Topics: Reports

Get started with reports

Posted by HubSpot Support on Sep 5, 2018 4:08:18 PM

Use reports to analyze trends across all of the HubSpot tools you use. All HubSpot accounts come with standard dashboards for your tools. Professional and Enterprise users of all tools and Reporting Add-on users can build and manage custom reports.

This guide provides a list of resources to get started with reports and dashboard tools. You can explore some of the ways current HubSpot users the reporting tools on the Community.

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Topics: Reports

Analyze links to your website

Posted by HubSpot Support on Sep 5, 2018 3:49:12 PM

The links tool tracks domains linking to your website, and gives a snapshot of the sites linking to your competitors. Use the links tool to enhance your link-building strategy.

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Topics: Reports, Reporting Add-On

Install the HubSpot tracking code

Posted by HubSpot Support on Jul 31, 2018 10:08:31 AM

The HubSpot tracking code helps you monitor your website's traffic. The tracking code is automatically included on HubSpot blog posts, landing pages, and website pages. If you have pages on your website that are not hosted on HubSpot, you must install the HubSpot tracking code to capture analytics for those pages. 

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Topics: Reports

Default service dashboard reports

Posted by HubSpot Support on May 16, 2018 5:59:56 AM

Use the service dashboard in HubSpot to view your ticket, knowledge base, and customer feedback performance at a glance. You can also add pre-built service reports or create custom reports (Service Hub Professional and Enterprise users only) to add to the dashboard. Below are overviews of each report that appears by default on the service dashboard depending on your subscription level.

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Topics: Reports

Campaigns | Frequently Asked Questions

Posted by HubSpot Support on Oct 4, 2017 1:27:52 PM

Find answers and general information quickly about the campaigns tool and campaign analytics tool in HubSpot.

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Topics: Reports, Campaigns

Analyze campaign performance in the campaign analytics tool

Posted by HubSpot Support on Sep 21, 2017 2:31:23 PM

You can use the campaign analytics tool to measure the effectiveness of the marketing campaigns you've created in HubSpot. The tool analyzes five metrics to quantify how your marketing content contributes directly to closed deals and revenue. Learn about the data pulled to provide you these metrics.

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Topics: Reports

Create custom reports

Posted by HubSpot Support on May 24, 2017 4:05:38 PM

In the reports tool, you can view all of the standard reports in your account, along with any custom reports that you create. With custom reports, you can analyze records and activities in your HubSpot account in a few different ways: 

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Topics: Reports