View engagement and effectiveness stats such as opens, CTRs, and goals reached in real time and as they change hour by hour. Discover your subscribers' activity patterns and optimise your campaigns performance based on sound data.
Find out which email clients your recipients use to view your emails - Yahoo, iPhone, Outlook, or Gmail. Compare desktop clients against mobile ones. View details for particular email clients and browsers. Optimise your emails to match audience preferences.
Compare the results of two messages and find out which one generated better results. Easily analyse opens, clicks, unsubscribes, and conversions for a clear picture of what works best for your audience and why.
Find out how your email campaigns convert on your website. Simply install a website tracking code, and GetResponse will track the number of sales, sign-ups, or visits that arrive from a link in an email campaign.
Now you can compare statistics for all autoresponder messages on easy-to-read graphs. Quickly identify weak points and tweak individual messages for better performance and better results.
Which view works best for you - chart or table? We've got both! Easily check the size of your list. Verify the number of subscribes and unsubscribes. Thoroughly investigate which sign-up methods your audience prefers. Then watch your list grow day by day.
With one click, select responsive subgroups and send relevant content to those who open or click your message. For those who didn’t open an email message, tweak the subject line and send your message again.
Set up automated reports to be emailed according to a schedule: for example, three days after publishing the message. Interactive graphs tell you everything about your campaigns, from opens and clicks to bounces and reasons for unsubscribing.
Regardless of the scope of your business, it's important to know what kinds of actions your clients take in various locations. Our handy map view lets you precisely locate subscribers all over the globe and accurately monitor and define response habits.