Are you looking for a way to track your website activity?
Or looking for a way to monitor website traffic, pages per session, and even the audience demographics?
And if you are a beginner or just starting out in the world of Digital Marketing, then using Google Analytics on your website will help you answer all of the following questions.
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Today we are pleased to announce an improved version of our plugin i.e. Analytify 4.0.
In this latest version, we have introduced the following key features to help you drive the most out of our tool.
- Author Posts Insights
- Events Tracking Reports
- Dimensions Analytics
- Forms Tracking Dashboard
- Search Terms Reporting
- Google Optimize
- Google AMP Pages tracking
While we are working on Google Analytics 4 integration, these are a few major updates we have rolled out in Analytify.
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Google Ads and Google Analytics have both continuously proven to be valuable tools for performance marketing and reporting. But how exactly does linking Google Ads with Google Analytics provide value?
Linking Google Ads with Google Analytics has helped businesses with significant improvement in reporting. It has made it easier for Marketers and business owners to track the entire customer cycle.
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Website traffic is the number of visitors a website gets on a particular day. It is quite similar to the number of customers entering and leaving a shop.
With the right set of tools, you can easily track your website’s traffic. The insights tracked with these tools range from the list of countries from where your business is driving the most traffic, the type of device people use to visit your website, demographic data, and much more.
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Bounce rate is a key metric for analyzing the performance of a page. It helps in understanding if the users are satisfied with your content or if they had likely to go back to the Google SERPs.
All website owners and Marketing experts should keep an eye on their site’s bounce rate with an Analytics tool. But there are instances when a user bounces back after a few seconds. This generally does not mean the user is not completely satisfied with your content.
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Do you want to track your Anchor links in Google Analytics and Analytify? A lot of one-pager WordPress themes rely on anchor link base tags for navigation.
For Google Analytics these all are single-page theme tags, which make it hard for Google Analytics to get meaningful Analytics of content viewed by the visitors.
Here we are going to discuss how to track Anchor links in Google Analytics and Analytify.
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If you are new to the world of blogging, or just realized the need for website analytics, then you are in the right place.
This guide not only covers how to add Google Analytics to the WordPress site but would also help you sign up for Google Analytics.
Website analytics is an important part of knowing the audience of your website. With the help of traffic stats, you can easily improve traffic, sales, and other key metrics of a business.
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Would you like to know which marketing campaigns drive the most traffic on your Website? or you want to know how well your email newsletters are doing?
This is where UTM parameters will help you to analyze your marketing campaigns. UTM parameters will help you to track multiple campaigns that you are running and provide you data you will need for campaign optimization.
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Google Analytics is like your Website’s Digital Doctor. It can analyze every aspect of your website, starting from SEO to Traffic and individual Web-Page Performance. Most of the reports give an overall idea about how your website is doing. But often you might need to check up on individual web-pages. Luckily, you can do that too using Google Analytics. Here, we will discuss How to Find Traffic Sources to WordPress Web-Pages in Google Analytics.
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Google Analytics not set is a value that confuses a lot of Marketers in analyzing their performance reports. In this guide, we will help you fix not set Google Analytics data to achieve maximum out of your Analytics report.
Google Analytics reports are a great tool to have a better insight, into your WordPress website’s performance. But, you cannot blindly rely on them, no matter how detailed the reports are. Also, faulty interpretations of Google Analytics Reports can lead to undesirable outcomes.
A key Google Analytics Report result that is prone to misinterpretation is not set in Google Analytics Landing Pages Reports. Whenever you see this error, don’t be too quick to jump to the conclusion that your website is doing poorly.
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