Profile Tags Explained

Profile Tags allow you to group and identify visitors based on values passed through URLs to your site. For example, let’s say you advertise in a magazine, and your magazine advert promises a 10% discount to all readers. Wouldn’t it be great to show that discount code and a unique welcome message to visitors who […]

By: Stephen Tucker 8th January 2016

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Adding a Countdown Timer to an Email

Adding a Countdown Timer to An Email When creating behavioural targeting emails you can add a countdown timer to add urgency. To do this, amend the field ‘Countdown’ with one of the following values: A numerical value between 1 and 8765 represents a countdown in hours from the time the email is sent. 8765 is […]

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Guide to segment conditions

You can segment your visitors in a multitude of ways, to target specific actions to a specific audience. You create a segment comprising of one or more segment conditions. These are explained below. Browsing Related Metrics

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Getting a dynamic value from your website

Getting a dynamic value from your website There are times when you may wish to include dynamic content that your website recognises into Bunting actions. Examples include time-sensitive discount codes, unique for every visitor, within banners, lightboxes and cart abandonment emails. To do that you can insert GET calls. GET call syntax The syntax you […]

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Distinguishing a click fraudster from an indecisive shopper

Distinguishing a click fraudster from an indecisive shopper When a suspect appears on your Bunting account you will see an itemised history of their click activity to your ad campaigns. Records in red text show that the visit began by clicking one of your paid ads, whereas records in green are via an entry point […]

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