Click Magick Review

Click Magick is a new tracking service that has just been launched into the marketplace in 2014. The main question that we (as marketers) need to ask in regards to tracking services is:

“What is the difference between service A and service B?”

There are many different tracking services out there like CPVLab, Linktrackr, Hypertracker, Clickmeter and so on. That’s why I want to write this review to explain the pros and cons of Click Magick so you can decide for yourself if it is suitable for you.

This is just a review: You can visit the main site by clicking here.

What are the features of Click Magick?

Let’s start with the basics when it comes to tracking. Just like with most tracking services, you are able to place a conversion pixel and track your opt-ins, sales, up-sells and so on. Also, if you need additional pixels to track other revenue metrics, you can do that as well. Click Magick allows you to split test different links by placing them into a rotator. You can of course set the rotator to favour a certain URL or just set it at 50-50 so you can do a proper A/B split test.

As you can see for yourself in the image below, it has all the essential tracking features.

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Essential tracking features included in Click Magick

 

I really like the Quality Traffic stats. It shows exactly where the traffic is coming from and breaks it down to Tier1, Tier2 and Tier3 traffic. On top of that, it gathers all the data from the traffic source and punches out a Quality Score for your traffic. The quality score is indicative of how good the traffic really is.

Let’s look at my stats for example. I got a 76.2% conversion rate on my squeeze page, for which I bought traffic from a vendor at Safe-Swaps.com.

Looks all good and all right? Let’s look at the quality of the traffic.

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Screenshot showing Traffic Quality Score

 

As you can see, the traffic has just started but I can already see that the quality of the traffic is NOT going to be so good. I really like having easy access to the quality of the traffic because it makes your marketing life so much easier. (I was going to hide the number of clicks and brag about my conversion rate … but it ain’t happening, LOL).

So now I showed you some of the useful and important features for tracking, but what makes it so different to other tracking services?

The Pop Over Feature

When you track a link using Click Magick, you are also allowed to place a popover. Similar to Trust Jacker, for those who know about it, you can set a popover on websites that other people land on once they click your tracking link.

Pretty neat if you asked me!

Below is an image showing you exactly what I mean.

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Examples of popovers.

 

So I know the first one is a horrible example, where a Fat Loss Factor banner is set to popup on Empower Network’s home page. But I just wanted to prove a point that you can pretty much place any popover targeting any site. Not sure about those with ad-blockers installed but I don’t think it matters, since this is not really an ad (I think). Either way, as you can see on the second image, the popover has a scarcity that required the visitor to purchase a particular product within a given time to receive the bonuses. This feature allows you to upload your own images, set the time frame for the popover to be triggered and so on.

Very amazing feature I got to say.

The Magick Bar feature.

The Magick bar feature, like most plug ins out there, allows you to place a bar on your landing page. Of course, this is designed to increase your click through rate but I’ve had bad experience with these bars so I don’t really use this feature.

However, for those who can come up with a better strategy to utilise it, this feature might help you out. Here is what it looks like.

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The Magick bar

 

What happened here is that Wikipedia.com is set up as my landing page from within ClickMagick. Once visitors click on the tracking link they will end up on Wikipedia.com but with a Magick bar as well. Setting this up is just as simple as setting up your popover. In fact, none of these features require any advanced technical skills or coding and is actually very newbie friendly. (Trust me, I would know because I am always last to catch onto the latest technological gadgets!)

The Count Down Timer

This feature is purely a design for scarcity. There is really nothing much to talk about this feature, because we all know how important countdown timers are. I know there are plugins that allow us to perform very similar actions, but it’s still nice to have the option to do so using your tracking service. There are many different forms and types of timers that you can chose from, but here is one example.

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Tracking timer

 

As you can see, it’s literally just a few clicks to create these features. You can actually combine the count down timer with our Magick bar or pop over as you can see from the above images. Now that is a unique feature that I have not seen any plugins or software do.

That’s pretty much all the “Special” features from ClickMagick.com.

So should you purchase Click Magick?

I’ve actually tried many different tracking services and I’ve got to say the special features within Click Magick really makes it stand out. On top of that the pricing for this tracking service is actually very cheap compared to some other tracking services out there.

Let me just say, if you already have a tracking tool and everything is working fine for you, don’t bother switching over unless you want to take advantage of the features.

Look, Click magick has a 14-day trial period that allows you to come in here and go berserk and try out every possible feature you like. At the end of the two weeks, if you think it is not worth it, just cancel. That was the exact mindset I had when I tried Click Magick but I guess I got sold in the end…

That about wraps up this review and I hope you have the information you need to make an informed decision.

At the end of the day, a tracking tool is a tracking tool. Yes, it is a very important tool but as long you market correctly, you should be fine :)