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.
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:
Follow the given guidelines below, to Set up the Custom Events in Analytify:
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.
To view the analytics of your Custom Events in Analytify, You need to perform the following steps:
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.
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.
This is how you can set up and track custom events in Analytify without any complicated configuration.