You can track the extent to which your booked tracking request (hits) quota is used up using the key figures in the etracker reports.
Tracking requests (hits) include all types of count calls: Page impressions (PIs), events, eCommerce events and, as a special case, forwarding clicks (campaign clicks) with external target links. You add up these key figures for the period of time you have selected.
You can check the key figures here:
The page impressions can be found at Basic Reports→ Time → Month & Year. Select your desired time period, add the month as a dimension and voilà you have the page impressions for the desired month.
You can keep track of the events you have used in the Events Report under Basic Reports → Content → Events. Here you can also select the desired time period.
Attention: The events for our product Signalize (Web Push) are not included in the tracking requests (hits). Therefore it is important to filter them out.
After you have filtered out the events for Web Push, you can see the number of tracking requests (hits) used for your events based on the Count for the set period.
If you use our eCommerce API, these events also count as tracking requests (hits). For this purpose you look into these two reports: Orders and Product Performance Report.
All orders placed count as tracking requests (hits). These can be found at eCommerce Reports → Conversions → Orders. Note that both leads and sales count as orders.
2. Product Performance Report
Here the following events are counted as tracking requests (hits):
- Placed in basket
- Removed from basket
- Added to watch list
- Deleted from watch list
You can find the tracking requests (hits) for this at eCommerce Reports → Product Performance → Product Performance.
If you use redirection links from etracker that lead to external sites, you must also add the corresponding campaign clicks.
You can find the number of clicks under Marketing Reports → Onsite Campaigns.