XtremePush has three methods for tagging activity on your site one for tagging page impression, one for tagging any other events for analytics and one for tracking realtime events to trigger On-Site Messages if needed.
Capturing User ID
For Apps with a sign in linking web information to a user profile is a hugely valuable step. This turns web analytics into customer analytics and allows communications to be personalised and targeted based on customer insights.
// set user id to sync with your CRM or backend system xtremepush('set', 'external_id','YOURUSERSID');
Setting User language
You can set user language to match their site preferences using below
// set user language to sync with user prefs, using ISO 639-1 alpha-2 code xtremepush('set', 'app_language','en');
Counting Page Impressions
To count page impressions call the
impression method where your page loads:
// Send impression to track page impressions xtremepush('impression', 'sport.home');
The tag used to record a page impression should uniquely identify a page.
Measure on site Events with tags
To tag events for analytics and the ability to segment campaigns based on tag behaviour call the
tag method where that event occurs as shown:
// You might for example want to tag a registration event xtremepush('tag', 'registration.complete');
To tag events that capture a value and grab the value, use the
hitTag method with the value option, for example:
// You might for example want to capture a field value from a form being filled out xtremepush('tag', 'journeyform.destination', 'New York');
Capture User Attributes
To capture user attributes you can use the following "user.attribute" syntax:
// You might for example want to capture the gender of a registered user
xtremepush('tag', 'user.gender', 'Male');
// or capture a user preference
xtremepush('tag', 'user.subscribed.sportnews', 'true');
Tracking Metrics like revenue with tags
If you have metrics like revenue, reward points, air miles, kilo-metres run, numbers of transactions. money deposited etc. in your App you can easily track them with xtremepush. To capture metrics you can use the following "#METRICNAME: TAGNAME" syntax:
// Metric Syntax is as follows, and you can send any available metric xtremepush('tag', '#METRIC_NAME: TAG_NAME', 'AMOUNT'); //like an amount of revenue related to a purchase xtremepush('tag', '#revenue: new-suit.purchased', 200); //like an amount of revenue related to a purchase xtremepush('tag', '#air-miles: flight.Lon-NY', 1200);
Adding Trigger Events for Notification and on Site Messages
Trigger events can be added to your site very simply using the event method of the xtremepush web SDK.
For more detail on events and how the can easily be added using a tag manager product like GTM see the following article: