Cloop Documentation2020-06-06T11:17:43-07:00

Cloop Documentation

Cloop dataLayer2020-07-15T20:57:03-07:00

Cloop Transaction dataLayer

Cloop Transaction dataLayer

The Cloop dataLayer will make the Order Count, Cost of Goods, Gross Profit, Gross Product Revenue, and Gross Revenue available on the “thank you” page. This data can be easily used by developers to send to other media platforms, such as Google Analytics and Bing. 

How To Enable The Cloop dataLayer

1. To enable the Cloop dataLayer, click on the “dataLayer Settings” tab, and then click “Enable”

dataLayer Settings

2. Select the relevant variables you want available in the Cloop dataLayer on the “thank you” page. Then click “Save”.

3. You’ll now have the Cloop dataLayer available on the “thank you” page.

dataLayer

Note: Cloop creates an Event that your development team can reference to easily grab data from the dataLayer.

Cloop Event

Cloop FAQs
Cloop FAQs
Getting Started With Cloop2020-06-06T11:05:21-07:00

Getting Started With Cloop

Getting Started With Cloop

1. Copy the script below: 

{% if first_time_accessed %}<script src='https://app.getcloop.com/track/{{ order.id }}'></script>{% endif %}

2. In Shopify, click on “Settings” in the bottom left corner.

Screen_Shot_2020-03-11_at_8.40.44_PM.png

3. Click on Checkout

Screen_Shot_2020-03-11_at_8.41.01_PM.png

4. Scroll down to “Order processing” to find “Additional scripts”

Screen_Shot_2020-03-11_at_8.41.38_PM.png

5. Place the copied script into the top of the “Additional scripts” section and press “Save”.

Screen_Shot_2020-03-11_at_8.41.38_PM.png

6. Go back to the Cloop app and click on the “Google Ads” or “Facebook Ads” tab to configure New v. Returning Customer Orders and Profit in your ad accounts.

Cloop FAQs
Cloop FAQs
What is Total Revenue v. Product Revenue v. Gross Profit?2020-06-06T11:15:45-07:00

What is Total Revenue v. Product Revenue v. Gross Profit?

What is Total Revenue v. Product Revenue v. Gross Profit?

Product Revenue is the amount the customer paid for the product(s) (including discounts but excluding shipping and tax).

Total Revenue is the total amount the customer paid for the order (including discounts, shipping, and tax).

Gross Profit is the total amount the customer paid for the product(s) (including discounts but excluding shipping and tax) subtracted by the cost of goods.

For example, let’s say a customer goes to your website and is interested in buying 1 t-shirt ($10 list price)  and 1 hat ($5 list price).  The customer uses a 20% coupon code to make the purchase so they pay $8 for the t-shirt and $4 for the hat, and also pays a $2 sales tax and $3 for shipping for the order. Also, let’s say the t-shirt costs $2 to produce, and the hat costs $1 to produce.

In the scenario above, the Total Revenue is $17, the Product Revenue is $12, and the Gross Profit is $9.

Cloop FAQs
Cloop FAQs
Cloop FAQs

Cloop Documentation

Getting Started With Cloop2020-06-06T11:05:21-07:00

Getting Started With Cloop

Getting Started With Cloop

1. Copy the script below: 

{% if first_time_accessed %}<script src='https://app.getcloop.com/track/{{ order.id }}'></script>{% endif %}

2. In Shopify, click on “Settings” in the bottom left corner.

Screen_Shot_2020-03-11_at_8.40.44_PM.png

3. Click on Checkout

Screen_Shot_2020-03-11_at_8.41.01_PM.png

4. Scroll down to “Order processing” to find “Additional scripts”

Screen_Shot_2020-03-11_at_8.41.38_PM.png

5. Place the copied script into the top of the “Additional scripts” section and press “Save”.

Screen_Shot_2020-03-11_at_8.41.38_PM.png

6. Go back to the Cloop app and click on the “Google Ads” or “Facebook Ads” tab to configure New v. Returning Customer Orders and Profit in your ad accounts.

Cloop FAQs
Cloop FAQs
What is Total Revenue v. Product Revenue v. Gross Profit?2020-06-06T11:15:45-07:00

What is Total Revenue v. Product Revenue v. Gross Profit?

What is Total Revenue v. Product Revenue v. Gross Profit?

Product Revenue is the amount the customer paid for the product(s) (including discounts but excluding shipping and tax).

Total Revenue is the total amount the customer paid for the order (including discounts, shipping, and tax).

Gross Profit is the total amount the customer paid for the product(s) (including discounts but excluding shipping and tax) subtracted by the cost of goods.

For example, let’s say a customer goes to your website and is interested in buying 1 t-shirt ($10 list price)  and 1 hat ($5 list price).  The customer uses a 20% coupon code to make the purchase so they pay $8 for the t-shirt and $4 for the hat, and also pays a $2 sales tax and $3 for shipping for the order. Also, let’s say the t-shirt costs $2 to produce, and the hat costs $1 to produce.

In the scenario above, the Total Revenue is $17, the Product Revenue is $12, and the Gross Profit is $9.

Cloop FAQs
Cloop FAQs
Cloop dataLayer2020-07-15T20:57:03-07:00

Cloop Transaction dataLayer

Cloop Transaction dataLayer

The Cloop dataLayer will make the Order Count, Cost of Goods, Gross Profit, Gross Product Revenue, and Gross Revenue available on the “thank you” page. This data can be easily used by developers to send to other media platforms, such as Google Analytics and Bing. 

How To Enable The Cloop dataLayer

1. To enable the Cloop dataLayer, click on the “dataLayer Settings” tab, and then click “Enable”

dataLayer Settings

2. Select the relevant variables you want available in the Cloop dataLayer on the “thank you” page. Then click “Save”.

3. You’ll now have the Cloop dataLayer available on the “thank you” page.

dataLayer

Note: Cloop creates an Event that your development team can reference to easily grab data from the dataLayer.

Cloop Event

Cloop FAQs
Cloop FAQs
Cloop FAQs