Episode 18

Published on:

26th Feb 2020

How To Track Your Email Sales – UTM Tracking With Tatiana Belim

How do you even know if your email marketing is working and getting the outcome you really want if you can’t track your email sales?

Unless you put some sort of tracking in place to monitor it, how do you know that the sales you’re generating are coming from your email efforts rather than other traffic methods?

It’s all well and good looking at your open rates and click-through rates, but sometimes that just doesn’t cut it. Don’t you want to know exactly which email made you a particular sale?

This episode we’re talking to the brilliant Tatiana Belim who is sharing her techniques for making tracking your emails less scary and complicated, so you can better understand your email marketing results.

How To Track Your Email Sales

Episode Content

  • (2:10) Fun fact with Tatiana Belim
  • (4:25) What are we currently missing from our email marketing that will help us understand which emails are generating sales?
  • (5:05) Using Google Analytics and UTM tracking – when and why to use it.
  • (7:26) Let’s talk about how to structure UTM tracking in your emails the easy way.
  • (9:45) An example of how to use tracking on an email sequence – an abandoned cart sequence.
  • (11:15) Where does Google analytics fit in and where do you find the information you need?
  • (12:55) Using tracking to figure out why certain emails aren’t converting and where to find that information.
  • (14:50) Just how detailed and granular can we get with this tracking?
  • (16:20) Now it’s time to look at your tracking data and make some changes to your email campaigns based on that data – email content and timelines.
  • (18:00) How often should you be checking on your tracking so that you can accurately see the data trends for your emails?
  • (19:20) Subject line of the week with Tatiana Belim.

Episode Resources


Tatiana’s FREE Blueprints

The Email Marketing Strategy Every Business Should Steal – Blog Post

6 Techniques To Segment Your Email Subscribers – Podcast Episode

Writing The Perfect Welcome Email With Gavin Bell – Podcast Episode

How To Do Better Email Marketing In 2020 – Blog Post

INBOX 2020 Event – Buy your ticket

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About the Podcast

The Email Marketing Show
Weekly tips to sell your online courses, win new coaching clients and pack out your membership with modern, psychology-driven email marketing. Featuring Rob and Kennedy.
Email marketing is not a numbers game.

Join us every week as we help course creators sell more courses, coaches win new coaching clients and membership site owners attract more members - all using psychology-driven email marketing.

Join the irreverent duo, hypnotist Rob Temple and psychological mind reader, Kennedy every Wednesday for actionable take-aways you'll use to make more sales with your email marketing.

A show with real take aways about email marketing, that's actually fun?!

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Businesses of all sizes know that despite all of the latest fads in social media marketing, chat bots and pixels, the one thing that consistently gets the highest return is email.

With email you own the data, you can segment and put the right message in front of every person and build deep, personal relationships.

But clicking 'send to all' is DEAD.

People get far too much irrelevant email. In this show Rob and Kennedy blow the cobwebs off antiquated email marketing and give it a ruddy good shake up.

Featuring the popular regular segments:


On alternate weeks the guys are joined by a guest who shares their own approaches to email marketing.