Knowing your data can be the key to increasing the performance of your website. That's why with Thrive Leads, we didn't only create the most feature rich list building plugin for WordPress, we also equipped it with a reporting suite straight from a wet dream of your friendly neighborhood data geek.
Watch the video to see what the different reports in Thrive Leads are about and how you can make use of them.
Note About Campaign Links
As shown in the video, you can get a report that shows which UTM campaign terms your leads are associated with. The UTM link generator shown in the video is this one here.
All of the reporting features shown in the video are available instantly, in the latest version of the Thrive Leads plugin. In addition, we have further improvements to the reporting suite in development.
If there are any more insights you'd like to get about your site's list building performance, leave a comment below to let us know!
Hi Shane, what is the tool that is used to generate the url for tracking in the video when you discussed lead tracking report?
It’s the tool provided by Google. You can find it here. I’ve also added a link to this to the post.
i am thrilled.I didn’t knew that i have access to all this wealth of data right in thrive leads.Thanks for this great video
Thanks for your comment, Mike! Glad you appreciate our data geekery in the plugin. 🙂
This is great, but what would be 1,000 times greater:
The same level of reporting available for Thrive Landing Pages (plus built-in A/B testing).
When you start seeing the direction we’ll take Thrive Landing Pages in next year, I think you’ll be very happy. 😉
Fantastic News!! Just what I’ve been looking for. I missed this till now as I don’t get the email updates. Is there a way to get back on your list so I can be wonderfully interrupted by all these great new add-ons?
Thank you very much! I’ve added you to the list. I think my over-eager autoresponder also sent you a welcome email when I did. Sorry about that. But you should get all our updates again now.
We can see the number of visitors becoming lead. Will it be possible to find a way to also see the number of leads becoming customer?.
WOW! You can see referrer details in Thrive Leads reports? :O
Cool! I didn’t know that. I’m tracking those details with Google Analytics.
Too bad it seems we can’t see reports for leads obtained with the Thrive Content builder squeeze pages. 🙁
Love this! Didn’t realize Thrive had this powerful toolset
Thanks for your comment, Michael!
I just can’t get enough of the information you share with us Shane. I have let the Facebook Nation and the Blogging communities around the world know that investing into and becoming a member of the Thrive Themes Membership is by far one of, if not the best investment we have ever made for our online business.
I say it daily my friend, ” Thank you and the Thrive Themes team.”
wow .super awesome stuff,although that last part about the Content Marketing report kind of lost me
The content marketing report is the coolest one, though! What about it was confusing to you?
Great stuff. I like the fact that campaign tagging (utm) is integrated in the leads reporting system ! Will Google Analytics become obsolete since you could easily add additional reports, add kpi’s, add targets, add goals, or isn’t this the focus of TT right now?
Happy you like it 🙂
We have no intention to replacing GA for the moment, but we do want to give website owner the possibility to see the most important information about their website with Thrive Themes so reporting will stay an important part of all (future) plugins.
Hi! Im new to TT and so far I have found it great! Specially for the perfect integration with Mautic!
When I go to the reports inside TLeads, it is blank even though I have already created a few test leads.
The leads were created on a Landing Page I started from a blank layout and simply inserted a TLeads thing (it is a widget, I don’t know) from the menu and then configured it to work with Mautic.
Why is that? IS there another video I can understand how these reports work?
Hi, How can I check total leads generated per blog post?