I wrote about this as I was building it out. It’s evolved a bit and is now on the WordPress Plugin Repository.
It’s simple. You setup codes you want to track for conversions in WooCommerce. If you have an email blast coming up then just create a code for it and attach that code to the end of all links in the email blast. This works for affiliates, whatever.
The link looks like this: https://whoischris.com/?qtc_woo_tracking_code=testcode
Of course you can replace “testcode” with anything you want and have as many tracking codes as you’d like. Then in the admin, you input the code you want to see the results of. You get a total and # of conversions. I have every intention of adding more in depth analytics but this is a proof of concept.
Passwords to Conversions Analytics
What I encountered the following week at work presented a new problem. We are starting a site for retailers and professionals in our industry. We sell a specialized tool only to licensed professionals and we want them to be able to carry our consumer product on their shelves, so they need to be able to buy at a discounted, bulk price.
Fortunately this site is on its own domain and I can make the functionality global. So here’s what I needed to happen:
- All shopping functionality should be hidden behind a password/access code that we hand out.
- Different rep groups selling to professionals need to have their own code that can be tracked
- We want to see total conversion for each code used
My thoughts lead to why not use the existing conversions plugin I built? I’ll just hide all of WooCommerce behind a password wall. Any password the admin creates can be used to access it, I just drop a cookie.
I also drop a cookie for the Quick Tracking Conversions plugin and voila, our shoppers have access and we can see what password/access code they are using to make their purchase. The new extension can be found here: