The unlimited Email Link Tracking feature is one of several email analytics tools that we offer to those who upgrade from MailTrack Basic to MailTrack. Our click tracking tool allows you to know whether your recipient is interested in what you sent them with email tracking activated. You can check when and how many times they opened your link, and be ready to follow up with the best information in hand.
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How does Email Link Tracking work?
After you upgrade to MailTrack’s full version, MailTrack will redirect all links you add to your emails through our servers, without changing your recipient’s email or browsing experience. This allows us to tell you when a link you added to a message was clicked, and how many times.
You can check this record by hovering over MailTrack’s check marks in Gmail, or inside each email registered on your Dashboard. You will also receive real-time Desktop Notifications every time a recipient clicks on a link sent with MailTrack.
How much does it cost?
Our Email Link Tracking feature is available during your MailTrack Basic trial period. Upgrade to MailTrack’s full version in order to use it with no limits! You can view all of the advantages of purchasing this professional plan on MailTrack’s Pricing page.
Why is Email Link Tracking useful?
If you already use MailTrack Basic for free email tracking, then you know how useful it is to know when your email was opened, and how many times.
With our Link Tracking feature, you can take your email analytics to the next level. Knowing whether a recipient opened your message is great, but tracking whether they clicked the links you included is priceless.
Did they repeatedly open your email and click your links? If so, they must be interested! Be ready to send a follow-up email with the best information in hand.
How do I use the Link Tracking Feature?
Once you activate Link Tracking, the best way to create links is by using clickable anchor text. This is because we redirect your original link through a different URL to our servers. If you choose not to use anchor text and leave the https:// reference visible in your email, it could activate spam triggers, since your email server will identify a different URL behind it.
Good example of a link: “Click here: Google“
Example you should avoid: “Click here:
How do I turn off the Link Tracking feature?
If you upgraded from MailTrack Basic to MailTrack but don’t feel like using the Email Link Tracking feature anymore, all you have to do is deactivate it in your MailTrack settings.
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