In an era where user experience, speed, and engagement determine the success of digital content, it’s critical to include technologies that optimize the performance of your website. The official Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Plugin for WordPress is a game-changing solution that greatly improves the loading speed of web pages on mobile devices.
However, how do you track and understand your website’s performance while enhancing its loading speed? Here is where the Analytify AMP Addon comes into play. Analytify’s AMP addon allows you to effectively track the success of your AMP-enabled sites, giving you priceless insights into user behavior and engagement.
This guide will show you how to get started with the Analytify Google AMP add-on. With the AMP addon from Analytify, you can also implement Google Analytics 4 tracks on your AMP pages without doing any technical coding.
Analytify’s AMP add-on is designed to integrate AMP data into its analytics system. It’ll enable accurate reporting and tracking of mobile visitors to your AMP pages. This lets you see the detailed performance of your AMP pages.
Follow these steps to turn on the Analytify AMP Addon:
After the activation of the Analytify AMP addon and installation of the Google Analytics tracking code to your website AMP pages, you can view your AMP pages analytics in Google Analytics.
Google Analytics 4 (GA4) has different sections where you can find the data from your AMP pages.
Here’s how to find your way to these sections:
By searching for amp in the report, you can sort the pages so that you only see the data for the AMP sites.
Note: This method assumes you have successfully integrated your GA4 account with the WordPress site using Analytify. And also that you have activated the Amp addon from Analytify’s Pro plan. Otherwise, without Analytify and the AMP addon, you would require to put the right tracking codes on your AMP pages so that GA4 can collect data.
There you can see info that is specific to your AMP pages. Check the list of the pages on your website that people visit the most. Look at the below screenshot:
This is how you can start tracking AMP pages on Google Analytics using our AMP addon without getting indulged in difficult coding.
Check our guide on Getting Started with the Analytify Google Optimize Addon, which will help you to integrate your website with Google Optimize for A/B testing.