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|0019362||phpList 3 application||Statistics||public||07-08-18 19:46||26-06-19 16:00|
|Target Version||3.4.3||Fixed in Version||3.4.3|
|Summary||0019362: Add aggregated open rate statistics for top subscriber domains|
|Description||In order to better understand the performance of specific and important subscriber email address domains, add aggregated open rate statistics on a per-domain basis. This would e.g. highlight domains which have deliverability issues, which may otherwise be hard to spot when the recipient domain in question is distributed thinly among multiple different lists and campaigns.|
This could be added as a new table to the domain statistics page, listing stats for the top 50 most common domains. Doing so may slow down the load time of this page unacceptably however, so another approach may be necessary.
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@samtuke Just to clarify:
Should this data be displayed for top domains or should domains that have the best open rates be displayed?
@xheni the way I understand this (and it makes more sense to me) is add a new table with performance stats for the most common domains.
I think listing 50 domains makes the table less readable so, I would reduce that to 25 and include info such as:
Open Rate, Click Rate, and Bounce Rate.
If we listed domains based on the performance we might end up with domains that only have two email addresses and have an open rate of 100% but that don't really have a big impact.
Thoughts @samtuke ?
@xheni I tend to agree with Suela. An alternative approach would be to calculate the average rates for all domains (eg open rate, bounce rate) and then show domains which have lower/significantly lower than average. That would be even harder and slower however.
So I agree the best solution for now is listing the top domains by popularity (eg total number of subscribers with that domain) and showing aggregated key stats for those ones. Agree also to limiting to 25 entries.
||@samtuke @suela ok, sounds good.|