How can I share the stats for a single Campaigns Project?
If you use ClickMagick Campaigns to manage ads for clients, or need to share a Project’s stats with anyone outside of your organization for any other reason, you’ll be glad to know it’s super easy to do!
Just navigate to the Project you want to share, then select “Share Project Stats” from the Campaigns Tools menu
If you only want the public stats link to be valid for a certain period of time you can enter an expiration period …
Otherwise just click the button to generate a public stats link and a random password …
Click “Copy to Clipboard” and now you can easily share this Project’s stats with anyone you want!
A few more odds and ends …
Anyone you share your Project with will be able to see all of the same stats and reports that you see in your account, but you’ll notice that everything else has been stripped out. They can’t view any other Projects, they can’t edit or change anything – all they can do is view the Project stats and reports data.
By default your public stats pages will display the ClickMagick logo. But you can specify no logo or use your own logo, and it can even link to your website or any URL you want. To change these settings go to your Account Settings and click to the “Public Stats” tab. Note: your logo must point to a secure https:// image or it won’t be used.
The Campaigns public stats pages use a very basic, but perfectly adequate, authentication system. We generate simple random passwords that are easy for people to glance at and type in, but there’s no system for changing a password or any type of password reminder function.
You and the person you’re sharing your stats with should generally be able to reference an email or private message that you initially sent them to find the password again in the future, but if necessary you can simply generate a new public stats link with a new password at any time.
What if I want a better looking URL to share?
You have two options. The first is to simply embed the public stats URL in one of your own webpages via an “iframe”.
For example, you could set up a different iframe page on your own site for each client, which embeds their stats:
Another option—if you want to use a separate domain—is that you can register any domain you want and use “URL Forwarding” to forward the domain to our system.
We recommend Namecheap, but you can use any registrar that supports Domain URL Forwarding via “masking” or “URL frames.”
Once you set up the new domain simply forward it to the URL below:
Then, if your domain were clientstats.com, you would simply give your clients URLs that look like this: