As part of the Marketing add-on, our HubSpot page tracking feature lets you see — right on HubSpot contact timelines — whenever contacts visit your publications and how they behave.

Tracking individual contacts' interaction in HubSpot allows you to personalize follow-ups, trigger workflows, measure engagement, employ lead scoring, and better understand the value of your content.

In this article, we’ll show you how to set up tracking for Foleon publications in HubSpot.

In this article

  • Get your Hub ID
  • Paste the Hub ID in your Foleon publication
  • Check your HubSpot tracking settings
  • Republish your publication(s)

Get your Hub ID

Go to HubSpot, click on your account name in the upper right, and copy your Hub ID.

Paste the Hub ID in your Foleon project settings

Go to Foleon, open your project’s settings, scroll down to HubSpot ID, and paste in your Hub ID.

Check your HubSpot tracking settings

Make sure your HubSpot tracking settings are set up correctly, this HubSpot knowledge article talks more about this.

Go to your Advanced Tracking settings in HubSpot to check if Limit tracking to these domains is OFF.

If so, you’re all set and you can skip to republishing your publication(s).

If it's ON, you’ll need to add site domains to HubSpot. Here's what you'll need to do depending on how you host your Foleon publications:

You’re hosting Foleon publications on a custom domain

If you’re hosting on a top-level domain, you’ll need to either set it as the target domain in HubSpot or add it as an additional site domain.

If you’re hosting on a subdomain, you’ll need to check if its top-level domain is set up as the target domain in HubSpot. If so, you’re all set up. If not, you’ll need to add the subdomain as an additional site domain.

You’re hosting on the default Foleon domain

If you’re hosting on the default Foleon domain (e.g. account-alias.foleon.com), you’ll need to add it as an additional site domain in HubSpot.

Read more about how this works in this HubSpot knowledge article.

Republish your publication(s)

Once you’ve checked if your HubSpot tracking is set up correctly, you can (re)publish your publication(s) and keep an eye on contact timelines (make sure you include Page views in the activity filter).

Here you see an example record of a HubSpot contact who viewed multiple pages in a Foleon publication:

Also, keep in mind that you'll only see Foleon page views for contacts that have a HubSpot cookie when they're viewing your publication.

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