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Identifying who clicked a registration link for Go-to-Webinar without registering.

Identifying who clicked on a registration link for Go-to-Webinar and diddn't register. To keep things simple, we link directly to the Go-to-Webinar registration forms from our emails. We can then see the recorded number of people who have visited the registration page but can't identifying them unless they register. It would be useful to know who has visited but not registered.
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Re: Identifying who clicked a registration link for Go-to-Webinar without registering.

I'm looking to do the same thing, too.  It would be nice to be able to follow up with those people who clicked on the registration page but didn't register.
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Re: Identifying who clicked a registration link for Go-to-Webinar without registering.

Yup - we run a 'member' group among clients - we run weekly 'webinars' for our members. Understanding which topics are 'looked at' by our member WHO THEN DON'T register would be of interest to us if there were some way to understand who clicks on the registration link BUT DOES NOT proceed to our webinar - thanks for your consideration

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Re: Identifying who clicked a registration link for Go-to-Webinar without registering.

This would be a great feature native in GTW. 

 

If you use tracking links in your email and only link to one webinar per email you can work it out thorugh process of elimination (we use Mailchimp and have done this once or twice, look at all the emails with a registered click and compare that list to the list of registrants). It's time-heavy and only works when you advertise one webinar/thing at a time but does the job!