The new GoSquared UTM Campaign Builder is a free tool to help you easily build Campaign URLs without the hassle. Not only is it as simple as a few clicks, but we've provided helpful examples and explanations for all the parameters that normally confuse people getting started with UTM campaign tracking.

Reviews
  • Wes Bush
    Wes BushI'm the free trial & freemium specialist
    Pros: 

    SO simple. This UTM builder saves me a lot of time.

    Cons: 

    None

    In the past, I'd always use Google's UTM campaign builder but after testing out GoSquared's UTM builder I'm not going to use it again. Using the tool saves me so much time.

    Wes Bush has used this product for one day.
  • Lucas Mondora
    Lucas MondoraSaaS Conversion Specialist
    Pros: 

    Incredibly easy to use Gives you information for each parametre as well as an example

    Cons: 

    None

    It's surprising how few marketers and founders know the correct way to tag their URLs with UTM parameters -- so despite being such a critical part of measuring the success of a campaign, it's understandable that most people don't do it. This tool makes it easy for anyone by giving you context around each parameter, as well as examples so you can't mess up.

    Lucas Mondora has used this product for one day.
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orliesaurus
orliesaurus@orliesaurus · Lasers handler
Great little nifty product this one, now hear me out: I find myself explaining to people the importance of tagging URLs for campaign audience analysis: The only real way of understanding where to spend your hard earned advertising cash. Not many people do. Aaaand amongst those who do, many use them internally to their site (VERY WRONG).. Most people think those parameters are garbage or that they're just for "funsies". NO! People don't manually UTM track campaigns because "listen fam, my analytics tool will give me that info fam.." (Even more wrong-er). So multiple times in my life I find myself at 5PM on a Friday trying to explain why it's important to attribute the source of traffic...and not only to peers, but even moreso to people of all age groups and backgrounds: devs, CxOs, interns, juniors... The worst part? Once they finally understand WHY you need it, they don't understand or will ever remember the HOW to do it part. So, 1 + 1 send them this link, and save time/money and your sanity. Go get that 5pm deserved 🍺 instead. Thanks GoSquared.
James Gill
James GillHunterHiring@jamesjgill · CEO, GoSquared
@orliesaurus This is amazing. Thanks so much man!! So true – hopefully the possibility of 5pm beers will encourage many more folks to check out how they can track their campaigns little more sensibly. 🍻
orliesaurus
orliesaurus@orliesaurus · Lasers handler
@jamesjgill Cheers 🍻
Matt Wallace
Matt Wallace@matt_wallace2
Used this on our recent content series. Was really effective of keeping all the team on the same page around UTMs, particularly as we've had new joiners to the team as well as some people who've not used UTMs all that much before. Not really sure why anyone would use the default Google link builder if they knew that this existed!
James Gill
James GillHunterHiring@jamesjgill · CEO, GoSquared
@matt_wallace2 Thanks so much, Matt, this is great to hear! Exactly why we built it! Loving the latest content from CharlieHR by the way 🚀
Aazar Ali Shad
Aazar Ali Shad@aazar_ali_shad · Product Experience Layer - Userpilot
Amazing! Good luck!
James Gill
James GillHunterHiring@jamesjgill · CEO, GoSquared
@aazar_ali_shad Cheers Aazar, much appreciated!
Adam Greenough
Adam Greenough@adam_greenough · British web designer & developer.
Now this is useful... thanks GoSquared!
James Gill
James GillHunterHiring@jamesjgill · CEO, GoSquared
@adam_greenough Thanks so much Adam, would love to hear what you think of it after having used it a few times – really hoping it can be something people come back to over and over to find value from.