Track the source of your bookings

Your freetobook booking button (widget) can be added almost anywhere, enabling you to track which sites bring in the most business.

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With freetobook it is possible to create one widget and use it in many different places, but we recommend you create a unique widget for each new location. Give your unique widget an I.D. to track the origin of each booking.

Create a new widget... login to freetobook and click on the Direct Bookings tab and then navigate to Booking Buttons > Advanced. At the bottom of the page click “Create Another Widget”.

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Create a unique name for your new widget (so you can see any booking from this source). Here we’ve named the widget “VS_site”. Follow through the setup of the widget and save. The new widget now appears in the list of available widgets. You can get your code in one of two ways: for the simple link click “preview” and then simply copy the link from the address bar. When you are in edit mode you will see a button “Get Code” which will give you the javascript responsive widget.

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Track your booking sources

With a unique code added to each of your selected sites you’re able to track what bookings came from which sites.

In freetobook select the "Pay/Stripe/FabPay" tab (depending on which payment option you use) and go to the "Statements" subtab.

You will now see a list of bookings for each month with the source in the "Widget" column.

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