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Swiftpage - Search by clicks opens and campaigns - with boolean criteria

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Country: United Kingdom

Swiftpage - Search by clicks opens and campaigns - with boolean criteria

Hi

Swiftpage returns results to Act! as History line items:

That line item will contain the Click results, the Open Results; email Subject and Campaign Number and Date

 

But - any contact within Act may have had multiple campaigns emailed over the course of a few years.

 

Is there a simple, and 'reasonable' cost method for performing simple searches such as:

 

Campaign X with Opens > 0

 

Slicing and Dicing with Groups, and Keyword Search’s etc is difficult, as even performing (say)

  • A lookup for the campaign X
  • Then creating a group for that lookup
  • Then searching within that group for (say) clicks=01

Will result in returns for click=01 for all of the older campaigns.

 

Any help or advice on add-ons that may help would be appreciated.

 

 

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Posts: 5,275
Country: USA

Re: Swiftpage - Search by clicks opens and campaigns - with boolean criteria

You can use the Lookup > Advanced > Search on Keywords option to identify your e-marketing blast contacts, here is an example:

 

Within each blast's history item is the identifier for the blast.  The identifier immediately follows the 'Opens=##' option (ex: 'Opens=00, C120620072100'). Each blast will have a specific different identifier.

 

Perform a keyword search for the specific identifier, setting the search criteria for Type = 'Contacts' and Look in = 'Histories'.  After searching; click 'Create Lookup'; you now have identified all of the contacts associated with the blast.  To create a Group of these contacts: highlight all contacts in the Contact List > right click in the highlighted area > select Add Contacts to Group. 

Note: You'll want to create the Group(s) before using the 'Add to Group' option.

 

 

You can further refine your search by including the 'Opens=##' with the identifier (ex: 'Opens=00, C120620072100').  The search is a literal and you will have to be specific with the 'Opens' number, it will not accept criteria such as 'greater than' or 'less than'.

Greg Martin
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