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Reviewing the Statistics

The statistics page is a comprehensive look into how the plugin is performing. The alerts are a great marketing help, but is it not better to know just how great? There are four sections of statistics, one for each feature of this plugin. While they are each quite similar in features and design, this section will walk you through each, explaining all of the information collected.

Restocking Alerts

These alerts are open to anyone who visits your shop, not just registered customers. This page will inform you how many users initially setup alerts, as well as how those alerts have helped to bring them back to your website.

At the top of the page there are three boxes with quick numbers you may be interested in:

  • Email Sent – The total number of Restocking Alert Emails that have been sent since you began using this plugin
  • Returning – The percentage of those emails where the potential customer clicked on a link within the email. The total number is below the percentage
  • Purchases – The percentage of those emails where the potentional customer purchased the item after clicking on a link in the email. The total number is below the percentage
Chart Data

The line chart below this will show you more detailed information regarding the actions surrounding the restocking alerts. By default, the chart displays the daily number of customers who have signed up for a restocking alert in the current month. There are three select boxes that can change this information.

statistics restocking chart

The first box changes the type of information shown. There are three options:

  • Registrations – The number of visitors who have signed up to receive alerts regarding a product that is out of stock
  • Returns – The number of customers who have clicked on a link within one of these restocking alert emails
  • Purchases – The number of customers who have purchased an item as the result of being notified it is back in stock

The second select box allows you to choose which year you are viewing. You may select ‘All’ to view all statistics on a yearly basis. If a specific year is selected, then a third select box appears allowing you to select a specific month within that year to view. You may also select ‘All’ to view the statistics on a monthly basis for that year, as seen in the example below:

statistics restocking chart

Most Requested Items

This table compiles a complete list of all products that have been registered by your visitors to receive restocking alerts. Each row consists of:

  • Product – The ID number and title of the product requested
  • Requests – The total number of requests that have been made for the given product
  • Most Recent Request – The date of the last time a visitor has made a request for this product while it was out of stock

All products within the table are sorted by their number of requests, beginning with the highest number. When the page initially loads, only ten (10) items will be displayed. To view the next set of ten items, click the Load More link at the end of the table. You may repeat this action until all requested products are displayed in the table.

Favorite Products

These alerts are open to only to registered customers. The purpose of the page is track how your users are using the Favorites feature, both currently and in the past.

At the top of the page there are three boxes with quick numbers you may be interested in:

  • Favorites Items – The total number of products within your shop that have been favorites
  • Active Users – The percentage of your registered users who have favorites one or more of the products in your shop. The total number is listed below the percentage
  • This Week – The number of new favorites registered in the current calendar week. The total number is below the percentage
Chart Data

The line chart below this will show you more detailed information regarding newly favorited items by your customers. By default, the chart displays the daily number of new favorites registered by your customers within the current month. There are two select boxes that can change this information.

The first select box allows you to choose which year you are viewing. You may select ‘All’ to view all statistics on a yearly basis. If a specific year is selected, then a second select box appears allowing you to select a specific month within that year to view. You may also select ‘All’ to view the statistics on a monthly basis for that year, as seen in the example below:

statistics favorites chart

Most Favorites Items

This table compiles a complete list of all products that have been favorited by your visitors. Each row consists of:

  • Product – The ID number and title of the well liked product
  • Favorites – The total number of times that this product has been liked
  • Most Recent Favorite – The date of the last time a visitor has liked this product

All products within the table are sorted by their number of likes, beginning with the highest number. When the page initially loads, only ten (10) items will be displayed. To view the next set of ten items, click the Load More link at the end of the table. You may repeat this action until all requested products are displayed in the table.

Sale Alerts

These alerts are open to only to registered customers. The purpose of the page is track how well these alerts are bringing your users back to your shop.

At the top of the page there are three boxes with quick numbers you may be interested in:

  • Emails Sent – The total number of Sales Alert Emails that have been sent since you began using this plugin
  • Returning – The percentage of those emails where the customer clicked on a link within the email. The total number is below the percentage
  • Purchases – The percentage of those emails where the potentional customer purchased the item after clicking on a link in the email. The total number is below the percentage
Chart Data

The line chart below this will show you more detailed information regarding sales alerts sent to your customers. By default, the chart displays the daily number of alerts sent within the current month. There are three select boxes that can change this information.

The first box changes the type of information shown. There are three options:

  • Emails Sent – The number of alerts sent regarding a product that was on sale
  • Returns – The number of customers who have clicked on a link within one of these sale alert emails
  • Purchases – The number of customers who have purchased an item as the result of being notified it is on sale

The second select box allows you to choose which year you are viewing. You may select ‘All’ to view all statistics on a yearly basis. If a specific year is selected, then a third select box appears allowing you to select a specific month within that year to view. You may also select ‘All’ to view the statistics on a monthly basis for that year.

 

Products Viewed After Alert

This table compiles a complete list of all products that have brought customers back to the shop after notification of the item’s sale. Each row consists of:

  • Product – The ID number and title of the desired product
  • Returns – The total number of times that this product has been viewed following an alert
  • Most Recent View – The date of the last time a visitor has returned to view this product

All products within the table are sorted by their number of returns, beginning with the highest number. When the page initially loads, only ten (10) items will be displayed. To view the next set of ten items, click the Load More link at the end of the table. You may repeat this action until all requested products are displayed in the table.

Products Purchased After Alert

This table compiles a complete list of all products that have been purchased by customers after notification of the item’s sale. Each row consists of:

  • Product – The ID number and title of the purchased product
  • Returns – The total number of times that this product has been purchased following an alert
  • Most Recent Purchase – The date of the last time a visitor has purchased this product (due to a sale alert)

All products within the table are sorted by their number of purchases, beginning with the highest number. When the page initially loads, only ten (10) items will be displayed. To view the next set of ten items, click the Load More link at the end of the table. You may repeat this action until all requested products are displayed in the table.

Low Stock Alerts

These alerts are open to only to registered customers. The purpose of the page is track how well these alerts are bringing your users back to your shop by notifying them that something they like is almost gone.

At the top of the page there are three boxes with quick numbers you may be interested in:

  • Emails Sent – The total number of Low Stock Alert Emails that have been sent since you began using this plugin
  • Returning – The percentage of those emails where the customer clicked on a link within the email. The total number is below the percentage
  • Purchases – The percentage of those emails where the potentional customer purchased the item after clicking on a link in the email. The total number is below the percentage
Chart Data

The line chart below this will show you more detailed information regarding low stock alerts sent to your customers. By default, the chart displays the daily number of alerts sent within the current month. There are three select boxes that can change this information.

The first box changes the type of information shown. There are three options:

  • Emails Sent – The number of alerts sent regarding a product that was low on inventory
  • Returns – The number of customers who have clicked on a link within one of these low stock alert emails
  • Purchases – The number of customers who have purchased an item as the result of being notified it was almost sold out

The second select box allows you to choose which year you are viewing. You may select ‘All’ to view all statistics on a yearly basis. If a specific year is selected, then a third select box appears allowing you to select a specific month within that year to view. You may also select ‘All’ to view the statistics on a monthly basis for that year.

Products Viewed After Alert

This table compiles a complete list of all products that have brought customers back to the shop after notification of the item’s low inventory. Each row consists of:

  • Product – The ID number and title of the desired product
  • Returns – The total number of times that this product has been viewed following an alert
  • Most Recent View – The date of the last time a visitor has returned to view this product

All products within the table are sorted by their number of returns, beginning with the highest number. When the page initially loads, only ten (10) items will be displayed. To view the next set of ten items, click the Load More link at the end of the table. You may repeat this action until all requested products are displayed in the table.

Products Purchased After Alert

This table compiles a complete list of all products that have been purchased by customers after notification of the item’s low inventory. Each row consists of:

  • Product – The ID number and title of the purchased product
  • Returns – The total number of times that this product has been purchased following an alert
  • Most Recent Purchase – The date of the last time a visitor has purchased this product (due to a sale alert)

All products within the table are sorted by their number of purchases, beginning with the highest number. When the page initially loads, only ten (10) items will be displayed. To view the next set of ten items, click the Load More link at the end of the table. You may repeat this action until all requested products are displayed in the table.

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