While talking and working closely with marketers, I noticed that one of the most popular topics among them is form tracking. Because marketers often use optin forms in their funnels, tracking form submissions and being able to keep track of the following conversions, is extremely important and is probably the reason some marketers thrive, while others fail.
If you need to track form submissions, use the tracked data in different analytics, pixels and marketing tools, AnyTrack is the tool that will save you countless hours and headaches.
AnyTrack automatically tracks all your form submissions
AnyTrack sends form submissions events to your Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel.
AnyTrack adds tracking data to your forms so you can further monetize your subscribers
You don't need to code or complex script - it's 100% automated.
You can keep using your current forms and landing page providers, AnyTrack integrates with any types of forms.
There are many use cases that involve form submission tracking, so the use case below is only an example from which you'll be able to extract what you need for your own use case.
The problem with form submission tracking is that there aren't any set standards to build forms, nor are forms always behaving in the same manner. Some will redirect to a thank you page while other will simply refresh the page, or display a "thank you" message.
Lastly, many marketers use landing page builders, funnel builders or WordPress page builders such as Elementor.
Because form tracking can be a real pain point for marketers, AnyTrack automatically tracks form submissions events and sends them to your analytics and pixels.
Yet, if you want to further use your subscribers, you will need to add a hidden field to your forms so that, AutoTag can fill the field with a tracking ID.
How is the form built?
Form fields customization
Field name, label, default value, requirement, hidden
Form behavior + customization
Form field forwarding
Can you pass fields to a destination URL?
Direct integration with CRM, Email marketing software?
CMS / elementor
Form plugin - Gravity form, Jotform
By Default, AnyTrack will AutoTrack all form submissions events, and send
form submit events to the pixels and analytics platforms integrated in your AnyTrack account.
However, if you would like to track specific subscribers engagements you will need to add a custom field to your forms so that AnyTrack can AutoTag the form submission with a
click_id parameter tied to the subscriber can then be used for further attribution. For instance, if you send out an email, you can append the
click_id value to the offer link.
Your form needs to have a hidden field with the following default value:
If you want to send the
Click ID variable to a destination such as your CRM or email marketing software, you should create a custom field in the destination. Consult with your service provider on how to set this up.
Add a hidden field
Field Name: Any name
Field default value:
By default, AnyTrack will track the form name and
formid attributes, and send it them in the Event Category. yet, you can add additional values which will be captured and send to GA.
data-payout="10" 👉 to send a monetary value to form submission. This will appear in Google Analytics.
data-label="my lead gen" 👉 to set a name with the form.
💾 your form and test it!
You should immediately see the conversion in your Google Analytics Real-time Dashboard
There are three types of reporting available through AnyTrack.
Since Form submissions are actions taken by your visitors on your website, they are labeled as "Engagements".
They will appear in different sections of the AnyTrack dashboard so you can have a high level reporting on your KPI's
Form submissions will be reported in your analytics platforms an dad networks according to the following name: "AnyTrack Form Submit"
If the form submission is attributed to an ad network that has been configured in your AnyTrack account, the Event will be sent to the platform and attributed to the conversion goal you have setup.
Any html forms