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Basic Setup Guide
Awesome! You’ve downloaded a marketing automation tool. That’s a great first step, but now you wonder where to go from here. Follow this very simple guide to get started using your shiny new toy!
Step 1: Install Mautic
If you have already downloaded the zip from the download page or have installed Mautic through some other source (Softaculous, Bitnami, Digital Ocean etc…) then you have already completed the first step. If not then you will need to upload the Mautic package (a zip file) to your server; unzip the files; and then navigate to that location in your browser. You will find Mautic has a very easy to follow on-screen installation process.
Step 2: Add Cron Jobs
Once you’ve installed Mautic you will need to create a few standard cron jobs to have your software process various tasks. These cron jobs can be created through a cPanel or added through command line. If you are unfamiliar or uncomfortable with this step then we’d recommend asking in the forums or in the live Slack chat. Here is a list of the cron jobs you’ll need to create.
Updating Lead Lists
php /path/to/mautic/app/console mautic:leadlists:update --env=prod
php /path/to/mautic/app/console mautic:campaigns:update --env=prod
Execute Campaign Actions
php /path/to/mautic/app/console mautic:campaigns:trigger --env=prod
Note: This cron job is only necessary if you selected queue emails during the installation process.
php /path/to/mautic/app/console mautic:email:process --env=prod
If you are interested in reading more about these cron jobs or their roles you can review them in the Mautic documentation.
Step 3: Download the IP lookup service database
By default, Mautic installs set to use MaxMind’s free GeoLite2 IP lookup database. Due to the licensing of the database, it cannot be included with Mautic’s installation package and thus must be downloaded. Click on the cogwheel in the upper right hand of Mautic to view the Admin menu then click Configuration. On the System Settings tab, find the IP lookup service option and click the “Fetch IP Lookup Data Store.”
You could also choose another supported IP lookup service if you prefer.
Step 4: Install the Tracking Pixel
After installation and setup of the cron jobs you’re ready to begin tracking leads. You will need to add a single tracking pixel to the websites for each site you wish to track via Mautic. This is a very simple process and you can add this tracking pixel to your website template file, or install a Mautic integration for the more common CMS platforms. Here is an example of the tracking pixel:
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I am expert developer of LAMP I can do all this setup. I have reviewed all detail about the work. Kindly come in chat and we can discuss about the project. Regards, Andy