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How Can I Find the Google Analytics Search Terms in Analytify Plugin?

Would you like to know that what keywords or search terms people are using to find your blog or website? Google search console or webmaster tool helps you to discover the search terms that people are using to find your website.

Analytify Plugin will help you track the Analytics of Search Terms within the WordPress Dashboard. For the search term Analytics in Analytify, you need to enable the Site Search tracking in your Google Analytics Account.

In this informative guide, we will show you how to view the search terms analytics of your website in your Analytify plugin Dashboard.

How to View Your Google Analytics Search Terms Report in Analytify

Note: You have to install and activate the Analytify Pro plugin to view the search terms Analytics of your website or blog.

To view the Search Terms Analytics, do the following steps given below:

  1. Go to your WordPress dashboard and Navigate for Analytify –> Dashboard.
  2. Dashboard window will open where you will find the Engagement option simply click on this option.
  3. After clicking on the Engagement option a Drop-down menu will open where you will find the Search terms option, just click on this option to view the search terms analytics.

4. After Clicking on the Search terms option, a new window will open where you can see the search terms Analytics.

search terms result

That's it!

This is how you can view your website search terms analytics without any configuration.

How To Get Started With the Authors Addon?

Would you like to track the performance of your website/blog authors? By tracking the performance of your blog author, you can easily analyze that which author's content is getting more engagement and visitors. With Analytify Authors Addon you can easily Analyze your website/blog author's performance within your WordPress dashboard.

In this guide, we will show you how to enable and use the Authors Addon to track the Author's performance.

Note: To enable the Authors Addon you have to install and activate the Analytify Pro version on your website.

How To Install/Enable the Authors Addon

To Enable the Authors Addon, you have to perform the following procedure.

  1. Go to your WordPress dashboard and navigate for Analytify and click on the Addons.
  2. In the Addons window, you will find Author Tracking Addon, just activate this addon for Author tracking.

Authors Addon

Steps: How To View Your Authors Performance in Analytify

To view the Authors performance in Analytify, follow the given directions:

  1. Go to your WordPress dashboard and Navigate for Analytify and click on the Authors Tracking.
  2. Authors Dashboard will open, choose an author from Choos Author to View Stats and select the Data range to view the performance, and click on the View Stats.

Authors Analytics

In the Analytify Author's report, you will get the following results about the author’s content performance

  1. Post Title
  2. Sessions
  3. Visitors of Posts
  4. Average spend time on the post
  5. Bounce Rate

This is how you can install and enable the Authors addon in Analytify and track Author's content performance that they have published on your website or blog.

How to Enable the WooCommerce Email Tracking by using Analytify?

Do you want to track your WooCommerce order Emails? With the Analytify plugin, you can easily enable the WooCommerce Email tracking without any configuration. By enabling this option you can easily track your eCommerce email stats in your WooCommerce dashboard.

Here, we will discuss how to enable the WooCommerce Email tracking with Analytify.

Steps to Enable the WooCommerce Email Tracking With Analytify

  1. Go to your WordPress dashboard and navigate to Analytify in the left menu and click on the Settings.
  2. After Clicking on the Settings a new window will open, where you have to click on the Advanced option.
  3. Inside the Advanced tab, there is an option WooCommerce Email tracking, which is by default disabled.WooCommerce Email Tracking
  4. To Enable the WooCommerce Email Tracking Click on the Toggle button and click on the Save Changes button.

Enable WooCommerce Email tracking

Congrats! You have successfully enabled the WooCommerce email tracking with Analytify.

Get Started with the Analytify Google Optimize Addon

Do you want to conduct different experiments and split testing easily on your WordPress website?

Google Optimize will help you conduct A/B testing and different experiments on your Website to see which changes performs the best on your website.

With the Analytify Optimize addon, you can easily integrate Google Optimize with Google Analytics for A/B testing. To enable the Analytify Google Optimize addon you have to install and activate the Analytify Pro version on your WordPress website.

Here, we are going to discuss how to Install and enable the Google optimize addon and integrate it with Google Analytics.

How to Enable and Integrate the Google Optimize Addon in Analytify

Follow the given instructions to Enable and Integrate the Google Optimize

  1. Go to your WordPress dashboard and Navigate for Analytify and click on Addons.
  2.  In the Add-ons window, you will Google Optimize Addon, just you have to activate this addon.

Google optimize addon in Analytify

Steps: How To Integrate Google Optimize With Your Website by Using Analytify Google Optimize Addon

  1. Go to your WordPress dashboard and navigate for Analytify and click on the Settings Option.
  2. In the settings, click on the Tracing option and click on the Google Optimize from the Drop-down menu.

Google optimize

3. After Clicking on the Google Optimize option a new window will open, where you have to enter the Google optimize Container ID (The format of Container ID should be GTM-XXXXXX or OPT-XXXXXXX).

Google Optimize window

4. Now add Container ID in Google Optimize Container ID and click on the Save changes button.

Google optimize container ID

That's it!

You have successfully enabled and integrated Google Optimize with Google Analytics by using Analytify Google Optimize Addon.

How to Track Custom Forms in Analytify?

Would you like to know how to track WordPress custom forms in Analytify?

Here, we will guide you on how to track Custom forms in Analytify by using the Analytify plugin Predefiend class “analytify_form_custom“.

Steps to Track the Custom Forms in Analytify

Follow the instructions to track the custom forms in Analytify.

  1. Go to your WordPress website page where you have created a Custom form and edit that form or go to your Custom form code.
  2. Now define Analytify Predefined class “analytify_form_custom” in your form

Note: If you want to track every custom form properly then add a form name in your custom form code like above name=”My Custom Form”

3. Now save/update your WordPress custom form file and update your code.

4. Now Enable the Custom Forms tracking of your Analytify Plugin and click on the Save Changes button.

Enable Custom Form Tracking

That's it!

You have successfully implemented the custom forms tracking for your WordPress website custom forms.

Get Started with the Google Events Tracking Addon

Would you like to know how to create and track custom events on your WordPress website?

Adding custom events will help you track and measure the performance of the most important internal or external links (even affiliate links).

Setting up custom events is tricky for beginners. But with the Analytify's Events Tracking Addon you can easily create and track custom events in your WordPress website.

In this guide, we will show you how to enable the Events Tracking Addon and how to create and view Custom events in Analytify.

How To Enable or Activate the Google Events Tracking Addon

Note: To enable the Events Tracking Addon on your website, you have to install and activate the Analytify Pro version on your website.

To Enable the Events tracking Addon in Analytify, you have to perform the following steps:

  1. Go to your WordPress dashboard and look out for Analytify in the left hand side of your WordPress dashboard. Then select Addo-ns.
  2. In the add-ons window, you can activate the Events Tracking Addon by clicking on Activate Add-on button. Once it has been activated you will see “Deactivate add-on” instead of that green button.

Events tracking Addon

How To Set up Custom Events in Analytify?

Follow the given guidelines below, to Set up the Custom Events in Analytify:

  1. Go to your WordPress Dashboard Navigate for Analytify and click on the Settings option
  2. After clicking on the Settings, a new window will open where you have to click on the Tracking option, and after clicking on the Tracking option a drop-down menu will open where you will find the Events Tracking option.

Google Events Tracking Addon

3. Now click on the Events tracking option, a new window will open after clicking on the Events tracking Option.

4. In the Events tracking window, there is an option Affiliate Links where you can enter your affiliate links/internal links to track as an outbound link with the proper label or name.

 

5. Now click on Add Affiliate Link button and add your Affiliate links/internal links with label/name for proper tracking and click on the save changes button.

Note: You have to add/insert the Slug of Affiliate link for proper tracking plus you can also check the clicks on external links that you have insert in your post or page content.

add affiliate links

How to View Custom Events Analytics in Analytify

To view the analytics of your Custom Events in Analytify, You need to perform the following steps:

  1. Go to your WordPress Dashboard Navigate for Analytify and click on the Events Tracking

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2.  Go to your WordPress Dashboard Navigate for Analytify and click on the  Dashboard option

3. In the dashboard window, hover your cursor on Conversions, Drop-down menu will open where you will see Events Tracking option.

affiliate links tracking

Step 4: Now click on the Event Tracking, a new window will open where you can view the Analytics of your Affiliate links and External links in your Page or blog post content.

 

how to view custom events stats

That's it!

This is how you can set up and track custom events in Analytify without any complicated configuration.

Get Started With the Custom Dimensions Addon

With Custom Dimensions Addon, you can select your own custom data for tracking and display in your Analytify WordPress dashboard.

Custom Dimensions Addon helps you track the following:

  1. Author Tracking: The author tracking dimension will not only help you identifying which author's post are driving most of the traffic, but it will also identify the average time a user spends on that post.
  2. Post Type: It will help you track which WordPress post types are performing better in terms of engagement.
  3. Category: The Category dimension will help you track which sections of your website are performing well and are the most popular sections on your website.

Note: For custom dimensions tracking and setup, you have to install and activate the Analytify Pro version on your website.

In this guide, we will discuss how to enable the custom dimensions addon and create custom dimensions.

How To Enable/Activate the Custom Dimensions Addon

To Enable and set up the Custom Dimensions in Analytify, follow the guidelines given below

  1. Go to your WordPress dashboard and Navigate for Analytify and click on the Add-ons option.
  2. In the Add-ons window, you will find a Custom Dimensions Addon, you have to activate the Custom Dimensions addon for the setup of custom dimensions.

3. After clicking on the Activate add-on button, your Custom Dimension add-on is successfully installed on your WordPress website.

Custom dimensions Addon installed

How To Setup Custom Dimensions

Follow the given steps to create custom dimensions in Analytify:

  1. Before setting up a custom dimension, go to your Analytify plugin and click on setting. Now move your cursor to the Tracking tab, where you will find dimensions in the drop-down menu.

Google Dimensions2. Now click on Google Dimensions, and you will see a new snippet where you can easily set up the dimensions in Google Analytics.

add dimensions

3. Now click on Add dimensions button and you will see a drop-down list of different dimensions such as Author, Post Type, Category etc. You will be able to get the Dimensions ID you from Google Analytics by creating these dimensions in Google Analytics.

Custom Dimensions list

Note: SEO Score and Focus Keyword dimensions will appear if you are using Yoast SEO Plugin on your WordPress website.

Steps to Create Custom Dimensions in Google Analytics

  1. Go to your Google Analytics Account & click on the admin tab.
  2. Now head over to Create Property section and click on Custom Definitions where you will find Custom Dimensions, just click on this option.

How to Setup Custom Dimensions in Google Analytics

3. After clicking on the Custom Dimensions, a new window will open with the option New custom dimension, just click on this option.How to Setup Custom Dimensions in Google Analytics

4. After clicking on the New custom Dimension, a window will open simply add dimension name same as dimension that appears in your Analytify plugin and Create Dimension.

How to Setup Custom Dimensions in Google Analytics

5. After Creating Custom Dimension you will find details of your Custom dimension as following:

How to Setup Custom Dimensions in Google Analytics

Now go to Analytify's setting and hover on the Tracking tab, from the drop-down menu select Google Dimensions. 

In this scenario we are adding Author as the custom dimension, therefore we select Author from the drop-down menu and add the Index number retrieved from Google Analytics.

Now click save for the changes to take effect.

Add dimensions and ID

How To View Custom Dimensions Analytics in Analytify

If you want to view the Custom Dimensions Analytics in Analytify then you have to follow the given steps below.

  1. Go to your WordPress dashboard and Navigate for Analytify –> Dimensions
  2. Select the date range and click on the View stats to view the Dimensions Analytics in Analytify.

Dimensions Analytics in Analytify

That's it!

This is how you can enable and set up custom dimensions on your WordPress website and view custom dimensions Analytics in the Analytify dashboard.

Get Started With the Forms Tracking Addon

Would you like to track your WordPress website forms Analytics/Conversions?

Analytify Forms Tracking addon allows you to track the number of impressions and form submissions for your WordPress forms. This Addon works with any WordPress form plugins like Gravity forms, Ninja Forms, and more including Custom WordPress forms.

A few benefits of using the Analytify Forms Tracking Addon are:

  1. You can easily identify which forms are getting more leads or submissions.
  2. You can start optimizing your forms to get more leads or conversions.

Note: To start WordPress forms tracking on your website, you must have the Pro version of the Analytify Plugin.

Here, we will examine how to Install Forms Tracking Addon and view Forms Analytics in Analytify Dashboard.

Continue reading “Get Started With the Forms Tracking Addon”

How to Get Started With Analytify Google AMP Addon

Getting accurate data for AMP-enabled pages is a major concern among many marketers.

In order to get accurate analytics for your AMP-enabled WordPress website, you will need to install and enable the Analytify AMP addon for your WordPress website.

Analytify AMP addon helps you to add Google Analytics tracking code to your WordPress website amp pages to track the visitors of your AMP pages.

In this guide, we will show you how to Enable the Analytify AMP addon on your website.

Important: To enable the Google AMP feature, you have to Install and Activate the Analytify Pro version.

How to Enable the Google AMP Addon?

Note: Before enabling the Analytify Google AMP addon you have to install and activate the AMP Plugin to your WordPress website.

To enable the Analytify AMP Addon, follow the given directions.

  1. Navigate for Analytify and click on the Add-ons
  2. In addons, you will find AMP Addon, Just activate this Addon and Analytics will automatically add to your AMP Pages.

Google AMP Analytify Addon

How to View Your AMP Page Analytics in Google Analytics

After the activation of the Analytify AMP addon and installation of Google Analytics tracking code to your website AMP pages, you can view your AMP pages analytics in Google Analytics.

  1. Sign in to your Google Analytics account and Select your website on which you have installed the Google Analytics tracking code.
  2. In your Google Analytics Dashboard Navigate to Behaviour and Click on the Site Content.
  3. When you click on the Site Content, a sub-menu will open where you have to click on the All Pages Option
  4. In All Pages Analytics report type /amp in the search bar and press enter, AMP Page Analytics reports will display.

View AMP analytics in Google Analytics

That's it!

This is how you can Install Google Analytics tracking code on your Website AMP Page and track in your website Google Analytics account.

How to Integrate Google Analytics in WordPress With Analytify?

If you are a new user of the Analytify plugin and want to integrate Google Analytics with Analytify to check the website Analytics within your website WordPress dashboard without opening Google Analytics.

Follow the given steps to Integrate Google Analytics with Analytify.

How to Integrate Google Analytics with Analytify

  1. Go to Plugins and click on Add New & Search for Analytify.
  2. Now Install and Activate “Google Analytics Dashboard Plugin for WordPress by Analytify” on your WordPress website.

3. Now Navigate Analytify in your WordPress Dashboard and click on the Setting option to Integrate with Google Analytics.

how to integrate google analytics with analytify

4. After Clicking on the Setting Option Authentication Window will open, where you have to click on the option Log in with your Google Analytics Account.

how to integrate google analytics with analytify

5. After Click on the Log in with your Google Analytics Account a new window will open from where you have to select your Google Analytics Account.

6. After Selecting the Account, a new window will open where you have to allow account access by clicking on the button Allow.

 

7. After clicking on the Allow button, a new window “Profile” will open in your WordPress Dashboard.

8. In the Profile window you will find two options Profile for posts (Backend/Front-end) and Profile for Dashboard, from these drop-down options you have to select the same Google Analytics account and click on the Save Changes button.

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9. Go to Analytify and click on the Dashboard option to view the Analytics of your website within your WordPress Dashboard

That's it.

This is how you can integrate your Google Analytics account with Analytify Plugin in WordPress to check the Website Analytics within your WordPress dashboard without opening the Google Analytics Account.