How to track and measure your emailing campaign results?

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    Sophie Gildesgame

    What does a "0" in the Merge Status column mean? Thanks!

     

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    YAMM Team

    Hello Sophie,

    Having a 0 under merge status means that YAMM will skip this recipient and not send him an email.

    YAMM may automatically add a 0 under merge status when the recipient email address is incorrect for example.

     

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    Heather Goodman

    Where is the key of what the different colors mean? Why are some in red text?

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    Thomas Hundley

    I have a CC and To field in my email campaign. If the tracking status says that the email is opened, who opened the email? CC or To?

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    Scott

    Is it possible to only track opens and bounces and turn off click tracking. I'm having an issue where the tracking links are creating "suspicious link" warnings when recipients try to click on a link that has a tracking URL part of it.

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    Shahin Dejy

    I have tracking enabled in my merge and while I see Opened, Clicked and Bounced in the report, I'm not seeing the "response rate" although I've had numerous responses to the email.   Any idea?

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    YAMM Team

    Hi Scott,

    Thank you for your ticket.

    It's actually handled by our customer service. If you have any technical issues, please contact them again at support@yet-another-mail-merge.com

    Thank you.

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    YAMM Team

    Hi Shahin Dejy,

    Could you contact us at support@yet-another-mail-merge.com and provide all the related details to you issue ?(screenshots etc), a team member will get back to you shortly.

    Thanks in advance

    Richard

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