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Tracking Campaign Performance

  1. About email tracking
  2. About the accuracy of geographic location data
  3. Adding notes to your campaign report
  4. Canceling delivery of your email campaign
  5. Comparing two or more email campaigns to each other
  6. Differences between a hard bounce and a soft bounce
  7. Disabling tracking for individual links
  8. Discovering what email clients your recipients use
  9. Exporting addresses to a CSV file
  10. Exporting campaign report data
  11. How Direct Mail handles unsubscribes
  12. If a recipient appears to have opened your email an unusually large number of times
  13. If you can't delete a campaign report
  14. If you can't track links in an image map
  15. If your email ends up in Gmail's Promotions tab
  16. If your email ends up in the Spam folder
  17. Improving email open and click through rates
  18. Processing bounce notices that are emailed to you
  19. Processing subscribe or unsubscribe requests that are emailed to you
  20. Resending an email to some recipients
  21. Sharing campaign reports with others
  22. Sharing email campaigns on Twitter
  23. Using a custom domain name for email tracking
  24. Viewing detailed open and click activity for each recipient or subscriber
  25. Viewing tracking data in chart form
  26. What to do after receiving a spam complaint