How to Set Up Google Analytics Email Tracking

How to Set Up Google Analytics Email Tracking: A Step-by-Step, No Holds Barred Guide! Are you looking to start tracking your email opens? If you're looking for a highly accurate way to keep track of who's opening your emails, I've got the perfect set up for you. We're going to use Google Analytics email tracking [...]

By | August 3rd, 2017|Categories: Email Tracking Gmail|0 Comments

4 Simple Steps for Tracking Email Opens in Gmail

4 Simple Steps for Tracking Email Opens in Gmail You're frustrated. You've written beautiful emails that should capture the hearts and minds of your clients, coworkers, and friends. You make sure each email will perform well, whether that's selling a product, building a relationship, or just making sure others get an urgent memo. But are [...]

By | July 5th, 2017|Categories: Email Tracking Gmail|0 Comments

Everything you need to know about how to track emails

If you are in sales or run a business of any sort, then you know that email plays a critical role in your business operations. Yet most businesses send outreach emails with little or no idea as to what happens to them after hitting the send button. Unless they get a reply.What if you had the data to track emails and thereby improve your outreach? Discover how to track emails and improve your results.

Sales Emails: More Than Communication

Most sales people think of e-mails as a mode of communication.  Predominantly one to one, or one to small work groups, and then there is the mass e-mails used in marketing.  But there are other ways sales professionals can use e-mail to engage with potential prospects, move deals along, or bring stalled deals back [...]

By | December 8th, 2016|Categories: Email Tracking Gmail, Insight, Outlook Email Tracking|0 Comments

How To Use Gmail Mail Merge

How To Use Gmail Mail Merge   Gmail Mail Merge is a new email marketing service allowing you to send a personalized email from Gmail/Google Apps to dozens or hundreds of people at the same time. No more copying and pasting the same message over and over again! It's all done from within [...]

New! Incognito Mode Support

Happy Thursday! You know what that means: the weekend's almost here, tomorrow's a write-off, [insert popular musician of choice] is playing tonight.... oh, and ContactMonkey has another new feature. Woohoo! ContactMonkey is all about working where you work. That's why this week we've added Incognito Mode Support to ContactMonkey's roster of features. Track With Incognito Mode  Tired [...]

By | September 22nd, 2016|Categories: ContactMonkey News, Email Tracking Gmail, Outlook Email Tracking|0 Comments

New! Internal Email Tracking

The upgrades keep rolling! This week we've added Internal Email Tracking to ContactMonkey's roster of features. With Internal Email Tracking keeping track of your team, department, or business, has never been easier. Make sure those emails going out to your colleagues are actually getting read. Are you working in HR, want to keep closer tabs on [...]

By | September 15th, 2016|Categories: ContactMonkey News, Email Tracking Gmail, Outlook Email Tracking, Uncategorized|0 Comments

It’s Time for an Email Tracking Upgrade

ContactMonkey is about to be better than ever. In just the last two weeks we've added and upgraded three powerful features: Gmail Delay Send, Word Mail Merge with Email Tracking, and improved Desktop Notifications. But, we haven't stopped there, with our new pricing updates, we're giving ContactMonkey users more flexibility than ever. Don't want to commit [...]

By | September 12th, 2016|Categories: ContactMonkey News, Email Tracking Gmail, Link Tracking|0 Comments

Job Applications: Tracking and Hacking

Bad Take control of your job applications: see who's opened your emails, when you should follow up, and which parts of your resume are making a splash. [...]

Sales Applications: The Best of the AppExchange

Improve your workflow and get the most from your sales reps with our list of our favourite sales applications from the Salesforce AppExchange. [...]