Knowing where users are when they click your links can help you track and plan campaigns to maximize your marketing efforts.
City-data is available with an Enterprise subscription.
You’ll find click location data in both your dashboard and in individual link metrics on the All Links page.
Data for individual links
To view location data for a specific link, please log in to your tick.is account dashboard and navigate the link to the report you want to check.
Select on the “clicks” option from your selected link that appears right side just like the image below.
Data from the dashboard
Tick.is is the only link management software that provides real-time data monitoring option so that you can always check the effectiveness of your campaign. When you create and share any of your links and if any traffic has been generated then it will appear in your account dashboard.
After login into your account dashboard please select the URL that you want to check its Country-based Data. Here you can check the overall view count of your selected url just like the below image.
“Click” on this or simply copy your shorten URL in your browser and add “+” at the last of that URL and click enter. You will then redirected to the status page of that URL.
For example: if your shorten URL is like this “https://tick.is/sdf49d” then just add “+” from your keyboard and you will be redirected to the Traffic status page.
Scroll down to below and you can find the Country based Traffic statistics with Heatmap zones image.
Here are a few things to know about this data:
- Tick.is will list the top 20 countries or cities on-screen, and you can export data for up to 500 locations.
- City-data is available for October 14, 2019 and after. Tick.is started collecting city data on October 13, 2019, but that day’s data is not for a full day.
- No city/country data – Locations that cannot be identified, including those clicks before October 14, 2019, will be grouped together under a “No city data” or “No country data” label.
- The number 17 could indicate there were 17 clicks from 17 different cities, 17 clicks from the same city, or something in between. Keep this in mind when analyzing your data, as they will all be grouped together.
- All other cities – Cities with fewer than five clicks will be grouped together under an “All other cities” label in the app, and an “other_city_clicks” row in the export file. This is a privacy measure to ensure anyone individual’s clicks cannot be tracked.