Then I would probably try with a subdomain there and get the right dns prefix/cname from that into mwz. The point is to make sure apache has something to handle, as a cname alone does not do that. Others mentioned parked and addon domains, but that did not work for my tracking.if your talking about this feed;https://forum.mailwizz.com/threads/...se-ip-directly-for-my-mw-app.2655/#post-16680 that wont help me as the tracking url is for a domain on a different server to my mailwizz install.
Hmm, probably because it is on a different server/domain/IP...can you reallocate it in GA so that the stats work out?Thanks for coming back to me. I have managed to the tracking URL working using sub domain however it keeps showing up as direct traffic in GA not as a referral?
if that is a mwz tracking domain, then mwz should count those clicksif I send out an email for a client and the links in the email get clicked
vsit keeps showing up as direct traffic in GA not as a referral
these two above I am now not sure I understand correctly, pls explain (perhaps with example) so I can try to helpif I check in my clients GA it does not show the clicks via the email
Is it possible to put a filter into 'Traffic Sources' for each tracking domain?Thank you for coming back to me - so e.g.
if I click the below link - it will redirect me to the correct content on my clients website - however their google analytics shows this as direct traffic. screenshot attached.
A short list of some games we want to see on the Nintendo Switch
(Mailwizz currently picks up the clicks - I want my clients to be able to see how much traffic was driven to their website via our email marketing)