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How to add a new Journey?

To add a new journey (aka conversion tracking script), follow the procedure below.

1. From within your Nanorep account, navigate to Guided Journeys => Journeys.

2. Click New Journey Tracking button located at the bottom of the page.

3. Enter the name of the new journey tracking script, and click Next.

4. Specify the journey script settings:

 

a) In the Track visitors URL drop-down list, choose the domain to which you want to add the journey script, and collect journey analytics. If you wish to add the journey script to all of your domains, select All Domains.

b) Select the Track my sales revenue checkbox to include the sales revenue in your journey script, and choose the appropriate currency.

Important note: By not enabling this option, you will not be able to view revenue statistics analytics.

c) In the split test traffic, specify the percentage you want to measure within the control group, i.e., the number of visitors who will not see any of the Nanorep widgets.

 

5. You are provided with the journey which you must place on your post-sales page.

For example:

<script type='text/javascript'
src='https://my.Nanorep.com/~YOUR_ACCOUNT_NAME/common/API/trackConversion.js?account=YOUR_ACCOUNT_NAME&id=JOURNEY_ID&sid=39316202&revenue=TOTAL&orderId=ORDER_ID' >
</script>

Important note:

The code contains placeholders. You must replace these with real values so that the  journey code can correctly track your sales:

a) Replace TOTAL with your current sale value in your currency. For example, revenue=50.00

b) Replace ORDER_ID with your order ID. The order ID parameter is a dynamic parameter, based on the order ID on your site.

 

Once you implement this script on the target page, the completion activities will be tracked and analyzed against the total engagement volumes with the visualization aids depicted below, covering the amount of journeys implemented and the digital task completion rate computed by the total amount of completion activities divided by the amount of engagements in the period of analysis.  

You can see it in your Nanorep Dashboard: