There is a confusion between the average session duration and average time on page. In this article, I’ll differentiate between these metrics.
There are different Google Analytics metrics that most of the internet marketers keep their eyes on. These metrics are the number of visitors, a number of returning visitors, page views, bounce rate, sessions, average session duration and average time on page. Having a solid understanding of these metrics can help you to boost your audience and traffic.
We often get questions from our WooCommerce or Easy Digital Downloads add-on users when their source of traffic shows payment gateways URLs like paypal.com etc
One way to stop tracking Paypal as a referral source is to add Paypal.com 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. Continue reading “PayPal Referral Exclusion in Google Analytics”→
On 25th of May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will come into force. European Union GDPR is the most important change regarding data privacy ever happen in the history of the internet.
Many Internet services have been scrambling to get in compliance with the new standards — and Google is no exception. As Analtify is famous Google Analytics plugin for WordPress we did some dramatic changes in our plugin to make your site GDPR compliance.
We have added features in Analytify that makes it GDPR Compliance for our EU customers. Following are the features that can make this happen.
Everyone who has his/her website online wants to see how their website is performing. Google is a name we are all familiar since we started using the Internet. They have a measurement tool called Google Analytics which helps in growing our websites through Data Collection and Analysis.
So I wrote a simple step by step guide to set up an account at Google analytics. These instructions are for everyone who wants to use Google Analytics on their websites.
We at team Analytify have released Analytify PRO 1.2.6 a New Feature release and recommend everyone to update their plugin as soon as possible. This update can be installed from inside your WordPress admin by going to the Updates page under your Dashboard menu.
If you didn't see an update for Analytify then you need to activate your license key in Analytify->settings->license tab.
Before developing Analytify, I never knew there are Google Analytics Technology Partners who provide ready-to-use applications that extend Google Analytics in new and exciting ways. This includes solutions that help Web Analysts, Internet marketers, IT professionals, and executives to get the most out of Google Analytics according to their needs. I am very excited to show you people the image below 😉
Hello WordPress Community, We had noticed there are not much Google Analytics plugins. Some of them exists but lack of features and continuous development. So, we decided to jump in with Analytify which makes Google Analytics Simple enough for WordPress users even for non-technical users can enjoy Google Analytics in their WordPress blogs or sites. Continue reading “Hello WordPress world!”→