Thanks for your response.
I was wondering if you at all planned to implement something like this in the near future?
As you can imagine tracking our signups is of extreme importance to us and without a way to register a “conversion” using webhooks or a signup form in an iframe, unbounce falls short.
Don’t get me wrong, I really like your service. Everything else is just the way we need it! However without conversion tracking, it’s almost useless!
Another solution to the problem would be for unbounce to expose a small API which contained a simple call to register a conversion. It could work like this:
* Visitor lands on landing page and is given a unique id for the first visit.
* Visitor leaves without signing up
* Visitor comes back 4 days later via a different source. Their cookie is updated to contain the new visit.
* Each time the visitor lands on the page our iframe or a custom form is loaded and the unique ID of the visitor is passed to the iframe via the src url or is made a hidden field in the form.
* The user signs up. The unique ID is passed to the server and then the server uses the unique ID to register a conversion with your API.
It’s a rough outline but it’s basically the way we’re tracking signups when our signup form is embedded on other 3rd party sites. It works very well and we have a complete history of all the visits and referral sources of that visitor before they actually committed to signing up.
Anyhoo, any indication of a timeframe around providing more ways to register a conversion would be much appreciated.