Domains vs Ecosystems
When you connect a second domain with Oribi, you get to choose if you want to add it to an existing ecosystem or create a new one.
What’s the difference?
In short, a domain is any website you’d like to track, such as company.com. Some websites also have subdomains, such as blog.company.com. Because they are technically treated as separate domains, make sure to also add your tracking code to any subdomain you want to track with Oribi.
If you work with multiple domains, ecosystems are a handy way to keep your account organized. An ecosystem is a unit of one or more related domains in your Oribi account. If you manage multiple domains, ecosystems help you organize them in your account.
You can create ecosystems for:
One domain: company.com
A group of connected domains or subdomains: company.com, blog.company.com, and app.company.com
All domains you manage for one client: client.com, second-company-client.com
Each ecosystem has its own tracking code. This enables you to invite different members to different ecosystems, add a logo to each one, and track visitors across all domains within the same ecosystem.
If you’re a Marketing Agency, we recommend to create one ecosystem for each client. This enables you to give clients access to their dashboard and whitelabel each ecosystem with a different logo.