How To Adjust The Bounce Rate With Analytify

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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How to Set Up Your Multilingual ECommerce Website (in 5 Steps)

How to grow business sales and revenue, is the common challenges that most of the eCommerce entrepreneur faces around the world. If you have all the right frameworks in a single place then it would be very easy to create a multilingual eCommerce website.

The eCommerce website having a multilingual feature can help your business to reach maximum audiences rapidly and in a user-friendly style. 

Creating a user-friendly online store is a big task, thus adding functionality that will help you to sell your products internationally will make your website development task much more difficult. 

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How To Track Organic Keywords In Google Analytics

Google Analytics separates traffic that arrives at your site through a search engine result from the traffic that arrives via other referring channels, like paid advertisement or back-links. Keywords that drive traffic to your site vary, Search Engine to Search engine. Here, we will discuss How to track organic keywords in Google Analytics. Luckily, Google Analytics automatically recognizes the most popular search engines and attributes traffic to these sources. You can easily analyze the organic keywords in Google Analytics.

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How To Integrate Analytify Pro With WordPress Listify Theme

WordPress Analytify is a powerful Google Analytics plugin to track website traffic and get all your website stats on your WordPress Dashboard. It not only shows stats on the dashboard but the admin has the authority to show stats on the front-end for every single page and post and even for custom post types. WordPress Listify is a theme on which every user wants to know how many visitors visit their listing. For second this task is functionality is difficult for the website owner as there is no such functionality in theme but with WordPress Analytify it can be done in seconds. 

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How To Add Your Domain On Google Analytics

WordPress Analytify is one of the most unique WordPress plugin ever. It makes user life simple and saves a handsome amount of time by showing all their website stats on WordPress Dashboard. Not only this WordPress Analytify has a WooCommerce addon that gives an excessive amount of data of each product, including no of clicks on a product, how many time-specific products add to the cart. Here we will discuss How To Add Your Domain On Google Analytics

But to start WordPress Analytify the most important thing is to add your site first on Google Analytics. This process will be done in just 2 3 minutes. Continue reading “How To Add Your Domain On Google Analytics”

PayPal Referral Exclusion in Google Analytics

We often get questions from our WooCommerce or Easy Digital Downloads add-on users when their source of traffic shows payment gateways URLs like etc

One way to stop Google analytics PayPal referral as a source is to add to your list of referral exclusions in Google Analytics. This is because anyone who visits your website from a referral source from a URL on your exclusion list will not start a new session if they were already engaged in an active session.

Here, we are going to discuss PayPal Referral Exclusion in Google Analytics by following the given steps.

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Analytify and Cookie Notice

Since 2.1.8, Analytify added the full support for “Cookie Notice for GDPR”. Analytify will not track the user until he/she accept the cookie. To add this feature add the below code in your theme functions.php file.

* Add GA code if cookie is accepted.
function analytify_cookies_notice_compatibility( $ga_code ) {
// if cookie notice installed and cookie not accepted. Don't add tracking code.
if ( function_exists('cn_cookies_accepted') && ! cn_cookies_accepted() ) {
return '';
return $ga_code;
add_filter( 'analytify_ga_script', 'analytify_cookies_notice_compatibility' );

How to get Google API from Google Developers console

Hi! Are you going to creating an application that requires Google data for it? For this purpose, you need Google APIs. Google Developers Console is a site that is used by the developers for managing and viewing traffic data, authentication, and billing information for Google APIs. To access the Google APIs our project must be registered on Google Developers Console with your Gmail.

When we creating a project on the Google Dev console, Google keeps track of which applications are making requests to their APIs and make sure that the API is not being extremely spammed by one application.

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Introducing Analytify For eCommerce: WooCommerce Addon

WooCommerce Add-on for Analytify or Analytify for eCommerce to bring Google Analytics eCommerce data for the WooCommerce shop is finally here. And all credit goes to you, the Enthusiastic WordPress Community, and user of Analytify!

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