URL Parameter (e.g. utm_source)

This option works similarly to landing page campaign attribution. But instead of analyzing the whole URL, the script looks for a specific URL parameter (utm_source, for instance). If the parameter is found, and the value matches the configured value, the page’s phone number will be swapped. This is a great option for users advertising on multiple sites (Google, Facebook, Instagram, etc) and wanting to see which source is generating the most inbound calls.

 

To set up a campaign with this method, select the “Numbers” category from the column on the left side of the online portal. 

 

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Scroll down and expand the "Campaign Attribution" section and toggle it on. 

 

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In the upper left box you will then enter the "Target Phone Number" (the number you wish to replace on your website). The box on the upper right is a drop-down where you select the campaign strategy you would like to use for your toll-free number. 

 

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Select "URL Parameter (E.G. UTM_Source)" from the drop-down and then paste or type the specifications in the box on the bottom left labelled "Parameter and Value." The box provides and example of utm_campaign=my-campaign. 

 

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There are 5 parameters you can add to your URLs:

utm_source: Identify the advertiser, site, publication, etc. that is sending traffic to your property, for example: google, newsletter4, billboard.
utm_medium: The advertising or marketing medium, for example: cpc, banner, email newsletter.
utm_campaign: The individual campaign name, slogan, promo code, etc. for a product.
utm_term: Identify paid search keywords. If you're manually tagging paid keyword campaigns, you should also use utm_term to specify the keyword.
utm_content: Used to differentiate similar content, or links within the same ad. For example, if you have two call-to-action links within the same email message, you can use utm_content and set different values for each so you can tell which version is more effective.
Each parameter must be paired with a value that you assign. Each parameter-value pair then contains campaign-related information.

For example, you might use the following parameter-value pairs for your Summer Sale campaign:

utm_source = summer-mailer to identify traffic that results from a summer Sale email campaign
utm_medium = email to identify traffic from the email campaign vs. the in-app campaign
utm_campaign = summer-sale to identify the overall campaign
If you used these parameters, your custom-campaign URL would be:

https://www.example.com/?utm_source=summer-mailer&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=summer-sale

*When you add parameters to a URL, you should always use utm_source, utm_medium, and utm_campaign, whereas utm_term and utm_content are optional. 

 

Be sure to click "Save" when finished.