Source-level call tracking is the easiest way to get started with call tracking.
To get started, you'll create a unique tracking phone number for each marketing campaign you want to track. For instance, you might want to track calls from Google visitors, a yellow pages ad, and a direct mail campaign-- so you'd create four tracking numbers total, one tracking phone number for each source, and forward each number to your main business phone number.
Yahoo & Bing PPC
Organic Search Results
TV & Radio Commercials
Flyers & Brochures
When you use a source tracking number, you'll receive the following information about each of your calls:
- The name of the tracking number that received the call.
- The channel or campaign source of the call (this is important if you use our dynamic number insertion feature on your website)
- The tracking number that received the call
- Date and time of the call
- The caller's caller ID information, including their name and telephone as configured by their carrier.
- Duration of the call
- A visitor timeline that includes inbound and outbound calls associated with a caller
Source Tracking Timeline Data
- On your call log, click Timeline for the call you’d like to view.
- View your caller's timeline, which includes all of the information listed above.
Can I integrate with Google Analytics?
Yes, you can integrate and send call data to Google Analytics with CallRail when using source-level tracking.
Can I integrate with AdWords?
You won't be able to see your call conversions in AdWords with source level tracking numbers. To see your call conversions in AdWords, you'll need to use keyword level tracking.
When should I use dynamic number insertion?