Our geo-mapping function provides you with a visual overview of where your contacts are opening your emails throughout the world.
You can view hotspots on a map, select map areas at the click of a mouse, and add geographically selected contacts to a new list.
Use the Map of openers report
This report generates a heatmap of where in the world your contacts are opening your campaign with locations based on each contact's IP address.
A heatmap location can also be based on a contact's postcode/zipcode. To display campaign opens by postcode/zipcode, select the appropriate data field from the Postcode Data label dropdown.
In this example, POSTCODE is used, but this contact data field can differ if you've chosen to store postcodes or zipcodes in a different contact data field.
Select OK to generate the updated heatmap.
In addition to standard mouse controls, the far left-hand side of the map features a slider bar so you can zoom in and out, plus a directional controller so you can move around the map.
To select a particular area on the map, you'll need to draw around an area using a square, circle or polygon tool. These are available to select in the toolbar just above the map.
If you want your selected area to adhere to a fixed ratio, click on Normal and then select Fixed ratio from the dropdown before making your selection.
The Contacts selected number changes to reflect the number of contacts opening your campaign in the selected area.
Don't worry if your initial selection is a little clumsy or isn't quite right. This is easily corrected using the selection tools. You can delete, rotate, or resize.
Select the red 'x' to delete your selection, or select the polygon icon to manipulate any of your shape's points into another position and thus alter your selection area. Moving over your selection produces different cursor icons enabling you to move, rotate, or resize it.
The width and length of your selection area is shown in the toolbar above the map.
The default setting is in miles but it can be toggled to kilometres).
You can select more than one area at a time. This is done by additionally drawing around somewhere else on the map using a square, circle or polygon. The contacts selected are then added to the existing total shown.