This article goes over the three types of conversion tools that are commonly set up on dealerships' websites.
There are three ways conversion tools are deployed:
- A native conversion tool is on your car dealership's website and is controlled by your dealership
- Native conversion tools are easier to track using analytics tools without the need to request special access
- Native conversion tools are on your webpage(s) categorized as form elements
- Form elements are a part of the webpage that places a form on your website, where users will convert and enter in their information
- Iframes are isolated webpages inside of a dealer's webpage
- Analytics does not have immediate access to these iframes and require special access
- Without access to the iframes, we are not able to track any conversions that happen in these iframes
- Orbee can create event syncs that allow a dealer's native webpage to sync with the iframe, thus allowing tracking for analytics
- Conversion tools that are on different domains are first located on your dealer's webpage, but then is linked to another webpage on a different domain
- A visitor may click on a button or link that leads to a different domain that has the conversion tool and is the domain does not belong to the dealer
- When the conversion tool links to a different domain, Orbee and other analytics tools will need to request access to these domains to have the ability to track any conversions that come from those different domains
Last Updated: Dec 9, 2019 12:10 PM
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