You can now access the new analytics beta within your Teespring account! Once you’ve logged in navigate to the “Analytics” section and click the button shown in the image below to activate this update.
Activating the analytics beta gives you clear insight on your sales sources and profit. You’ll notice there are now three sales sources including Direct (sales driven by you through Facebook ads, email marketing, etc.), or the Boosted Network.
Adjust the date range to see your total sales, orders, profit, and donations within a specific time period. In the “Campaigns” section you’ll see your orders, units, and profit per campaign for that time period as well. Keep in mind your profit will be displayed in USD once you activate the analytics beta—we plan to offer more currencies soon.
Don’t forget you can click on “Orders Made” and “Units Sold” to see a breakdown of orders/units placed and canceled.
Get useful sales insight on individual campaigns
When viewing an individual campaign’s analytics you can now see the date and time of each order along with the number of products ordered and product details. To the right there’s a new section which shows your earnings, costs (CPOs), and remaining profit (this is what you receive). If you’re donating a portion of profits your total donation amount will appear next to your total profits in the top section of the screen.
You’ll see promotions listed within the “Orders” section of your analytics, as well as the total profit once the promotion cost is deducted.
Things to keep in mind
We are currently offering sellers the ability to opt in and out of this update within their analytics dashboard. Once we’re finished testing this beta we will activate the new analytics for all sellers (ETA end of December). We recommend sellers who currently use GET Variables or other complex tracking methods to integrate their Teespring account with Google Analytics as soon as possible—these insights will not be available within the new analytics until a later date.
We’d like to extend a special thanks to everyone who helped provide useful feedback as we developed this update. Your input continues to inspire us and guide us on ways we can further optimize analytics in 2018 and beyond!