Ever wonder who is visiting your website? Combine the power of website tracking analytics with the power of CRM and see who is surfing your site! PowerWebTraffic gives you the ability to see what your customers and potential clients are viewing by collecting website tracking analytics and connecting them to contacts and leads right within your Microsoft Dynamics CRM system.
- Figure out which webpages are getting the most traffic in a quick and easy PowerWebTraffic dashboard
- Create workflows to correspond with website activities
- Receive email notification when someone visits your site "X" number of times
- Receive email notifications when a contact of a lead is identified
Subscription Price: $1/user/month
System Requirements: CRM 2013, CRM 2011 Online or CRM 2011 On-premise with Internet Facing (ADFS)
Can PowerWebTraffic track web traffic on more than one domain?
Absolutely! Simply put the snippet of script at the bottom of any html page and start tracking traffic instantly!
Can PowerWebTraffic and Google Analytics be used on the same website?
Yes. However, Google Analytics will not pull web traffic into your CRM or relate web traffic to your CRM contacts or leads. PowerWebTraffic will.
Does PowerWebTraffic append the tracking token to the ends of all links in all emails sent out of CRM?
If “Regarding” of the email is set to a contact or a lead, the PowerWebTraffic token will be appended to the end of the email. If the regarding isn’t a contact or lead, the token will not be appended to the end of the link.
How do I turn anonymous traffic into known traffic?
When you send an email with a link to a PowerWeb-tracked page from CRM to a contact or lead, and they click on the link in that email, they become known traffic. You can also use PowerMailChimp (our bulk emailing add-on for CRM) to convert anonymous traffic to known traffic, with just a few easy steps – find out how.
Do I have to be a web developer to use PowerWebTraffic?
Absolutely not. Once you register PowerWebTraffic, you will recieve a snippet of code. Send that piece of code to your web developer, and ask them to put it in the footer of your web pages (or on all web pages you’d like to track). No html knowledge needed!
What type of cookies does PowerObjects set? Third or First Party?
PowerObjects sets 1st party cookies. This means that the cookie will come from the website that PowerWebTraffic is deployed on, such as www.mycompany.com.
How do I get started?
Try any of our PowerPack Add-ons FREE for 30 days with no risk and no pressure to commit! There are no setup fees, no long-term contracts (simply month to month), and no credit card information required!
Setting up your free 30 day trial is as easy as:
Grab the import.zip file from the respective PowerPack page and save it on your desktop, or in your downloads folder. Then navigate to your CRM and go to Settings > Customizations > Solutions and click on Import. Find the .zip file that you saved, and walk through the import process. Each add-on will take 2-5 minutes to import. After the import has finished, close that import screen.
After the import has finished, you will see the add-on listed in your list of solutions. Double click on the name of the add-on to open the registration screen. Fill in your information in that screen and click on Submit to register for your free 30 day trial!
Note: If you are registering an add-on that asks you for a username and password, please make sure you are registering from your externally-facing URL.
Some of the PowerPack add-ons have some additional information that you can configure in a setup tab, or other tabs in the configuration screen. Please refer to the import & setup guides for the particular add-on that you imported, which can be found on the individual PowerPack pages.
Thank you for giving the PowerPack add-on a try!
If you’re loving the PowerPack add-on, subscribe for the low cost of $1 or $2/CRM user/month! If the add-on isn’t suiting your needs, simply remove the solution.