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In this article we will show you where to find the statistics of your email communication.

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Written by Jeljer
Updated over a week ago

Having an insight into statistics is always interesting and will let you evaluate how your emails are performing. Of course you want to know how much revenue you're generating through your emails, how often your emails are opened and how often somebody clicks on a link in your emails. You can find those statistics in three places in Reloadify.

❗ All statistics are updated in real-time.


You can find an overview of your performance, over the time period determined (right top), on the main dashboard of Reloadify. Normally this period is set to the last 30 days, but you can adjust the period.

First, you see the generated revenue and the total number of emails sent (both triggers and newsletters). Next you will see both the amount of opened emails and the click rates. Additionally you'll find the amount of unsubscriptions from your newsletter and the number of bounces (if an email couldn't be delivered). Finally, you can see the top 5 most popular emails (distinguishing between newsletters and triggers) and the number of new campaign subscribers.

All statistics are based on the time period selected.

Triggers and newsletters

It is possible to access the statistics per trigger or newsletter. To do that open the trigger or newsletter page and click in the drop down menu of the specific trigger or newsletter and select "Statistics". The system will display an overview with all totals. As an extra, you can also view the total amount of placed orders through the email (trigger). Next you can check who placed which order when and what the revenue of that transaction was. Furthermore you can see who opened your email, clicked on a link in your email, to whom your email couldn't be delivered and who unsubscribed from your email communication.


Pop-up and Landing Pages

Want to see your statistics of your pop-up and landing pages? To do so, go to the section 'landing page' or 'pop-up'. In the overview of the pop-up or landing page you will see three dots behind each page. When you click on them, you will see a small menu:

When you click on 'statistics' you will see exactly how many people filled out the form, which profiles filled out the form and how long they spent on the landing page on average. This is very useful information:

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