How to – configure website tracking in Dynamics 365 Marketing

We can create a website record in Dynamics 365 Marketing to trace visitors to the website.

To setup Dynamics 365 Marketing (trial) –

Navigate to Outbound marketing >> Internet Marketing >> Marketing websites and create a new marketing website record.

Marketing will record closely grouped visits from a single browser as a single session. A new session will start after the timeout specified period of inactivity – 20 min is the default.

On saving the record, JavaScript Code and Form capture code is generated. The URL field and Description are for entering details for the website record for our use, it doesn’t affect the codes generated.

JavaScript code can be added to any page that we want to track. We can reuse the same code across multiple pages or can have different website records (code) for each page as per our requirements. JavaScript uses cookies for tracking, the users will remain anonymous till they register themselves through the landing page.

Form capture code is used when we want to integrate with a form created externally. We will look at it in later posts when we discuss marketing forms.

Below we have added the JavaScript code to one of the HTML pages inside Visual Studio.

Let us open the page in the browser.

Go to Insights >> Visits in the marketing website record, we can see the visits being tracked.

Now we have published the page in the Azure App Service, just to see what details are captured this time.

This time we can see it tracking the Page Address, unlike last time when we were running it locally.

If the user has registered through the landing page (through marketing form submission, which we’d cover in the next post), we will get more details about the visitor as shown below.

Within the overview section, we can get a few more details as shown below.

Hope it helps..


Author: Nishant Rana

I love working in and sharing everything about Microsoft.NET technology !

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