Tracking

Anonymizing IP

Dreamdata's tracking script automatically collects IP-addresses of you visitors. If you prefer not sharing customers IP-addresses with Dreamdata this article describes how you can anonymize the IP. Y…

Ole Dallerup
Updated 2 months ago by Ole Dallerup

Calendly

If you are using Calendly to book meetings, such as demo bookings. This article will help describe how you track each booked meeting into Dreamdata and ensure you can use the data within your custome…

Ole Dallerup
Updated 1 week ago by Ole Dallerup

Cookie Bar

It is recommended to include Dreamdata within you Cookie Bar information. Generally, we recommend that you list Dreamdata as an Analytics/Statistics cookie. Below are some examples and suggestions. I…

Nicholas Wright
Updated 1 year ago by Nicholas Wright

Cookie Retention

A user lands on a page you own (for the first time) with a Dreamdata tracking script. The user is then assigned an anonymous ID, that is stored as a first party cookie in the user’s browser with a ex…

Ole Dallerup
Updated 3 months ago by Ole Dallerup

Dreamdata Cookies

NAME PERSISTENCY STORE PURPOSE ajs_anonymous_id 1 year Cookie Used to track the user across multiple visits. ajs_group_id 1 year Cookie Used to track the user's organization across multiple visits. a…

Nicholas Wright
Updated 1 year ago by Nicholas Wright

Emails

How to track your emails. Most companies are sending out emails for marketing, sales and product related information using tools such as Mailchimp , Customer.io , ActiveCampaign or similar. This arti…

Ole Dallerup
Updated 4 months ago by Ole Dallerup

Google Tag Manager

Dreamdata Web tag template is an official tag template for Google Tag Manager that can be found in the Community Template Gallery. Description. This template implements Dreamdata analytics script int…

Nicholas Wright
Updated 4 months ago by Nicholas Wright

How does Dreamdata track all relevant on-site customer data?

How does Dreamdata track all relevant on-site customer data? It is only with accurate data that B2B companies can finally decloak their long and complex customer journeys.Dreamdata’s revenue attribut…

Nicholas Wright
Updated 10 months ago by Nicholas Wright

Load analytics.js from your own domain

About 30% of all internet users have installed an ad-blocker on their browser. By loading your analytics script from your own domain you are minimizing the risk of ad-blockers blocking the script fro…

Ole Dallerup
Updated 5 months ago by Ole Dallerup

Pardot iframe form tracking

If you are using Pardot iframe for your forms, you will need to do the following to properly track form submissions. Add the script to iframe's parent page:. If you're adding the script manually: On…

Nicholas Wright
Updated 6 months ago by Nicholas Wright

Query parameters

You can use URL query parameters in your links to pass User ID, Anonymous ID, User Email, Group ID, and Group Website information to be picked up by the Dreamdata analytics.js script. When parsing in…

Ole Dallerup
Updated 3 months ago by Ole Dallerup

Server Side Analytics APIs

Authentication. Authenticate to the Tracking API by sending your account's Write Key along with a request. Authentication uses HTTP Basic Auth, which involves a username:password that is base64 encod…

Patrick Madsen
Updated 4 days ago by Patrick Madsen

Setting up Dreamdata Web tracking (analytics.js)

Learn how to integrate web tracking into Dreamdata.

Rasmus Gripenfrid
Updated 6 months ago by Rasmus Gripenfrid

Setting up tracking with Segment

Learn how to integrate Segment into Dreamdata.

Ido Cohen
Updated 6 months ago by Ido Cohen

Tracking Forms

When using Dreamdata its important to get an overview of your forms and ensure they are tracked properly. There are a few ways to do that and which one to use depends on your setup and preferences. T…

Nicholas Wright
Updated 6 months ago by Nicholas Wright

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