Do you measure up? We spend so much money on television, radio, coupons, and other broadcasting for our marketing campaigns that we don’t have a ton of attribution for.

So how do we track these results?

On this week’s Hard Facts, Samantha is giving you a tip to better measure how your campaigns are performing. By using UTM codes and Google Analytics, you’ll be able to decipher where your traffic is coming from and how your campaign is performing.

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