Relying solely on the quality of your product will fail to convert into sales. In today’s era, there are alternatives to everything. The reason why you need to understand Enhanced ECommerce Reports because it is the key to winning in this consumer-centric business environment is to understand you,r users.
But how do you gather enough data to understand your users? And honestly, you might need data of long duration before you can make any solid judgment. Luckily you don’t need to do it yourself on a spreadsheet, Google Analytics does exactly that.
It gathers historical data about different metrics such as how the different stages of your purchasing funnel are doing, what is the overall conversion rate for your online store, what is the average order value, and so on. In this blog, you will learn about the 5 Key Enhanced Ecommerce Reports you need to read for improving your sales.
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By default, there are many reports on Google Analytics, but a Custom Report is a report that you create yourself. You pick the dimensions (City and Browser, for example) and metrics (Sessions, Pageviews, and Bounce Rate, for example) and decide how they should be displayed. The only requirement to create Custom Reports in Google Analytics is you must specify at least one dimension and one metric. Here, we will discuss how to create custom reports in Google Analytics.
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Do you want to connect your Google Ads to Google Analytics account?
Suppose you’re running ads and using Google Analytics to track website traffic and user behavior patterns on your website. In that case, keeping these two information-rich platforms apart makes little sense. The good news is that you can easily connect these platforms and leverage the collected pool of information about the user journey.
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Do you want to track your Anchor links in Google Analytics and Analytify? A lot of one-pager WordPress themes rely on anchor link base tags for navigation.
For Google Analytics these all are single-page theme tags, which make it hard for Google Analytics to get meaningful Analytics of content viewed by the visitors.
Here we are going to discuss how to track Anchor links in Google Analytics and Analytify.
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Google Analytics is like your Website’s Digital Doctor. It can analyze every aspect of your website, starting from SEO to Traffic and individual Web-Page Performance. Most of the reports give an overall idea about how your website is doing. But often you might need to check up on individual web-pages. Luckily, you can do that too using Google Analytics. Here, we will discuss How to Find Traffic Sources to WordPress Web-Pages in Google Analytics.
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Google Analytics not set is a value that confuses a lot of Marketers in analyzing their performance reports. In this guide, we will help you fix not set Google Analytics data to achieve maximum out of your Analytics report.
Google Analytics reports are a great tool to have a better insight, into your WordPress website’s performance. But, you cannot blindly rely on them, no matter how detailed the reports are. Also, faulty interpretations of Google Analytics Reports can lead to undesirable outcomes.
A key Google Analytics Report result that is prone to misinterpretation is not set in Google Analytics Landing Pages Reports. Whenever you see this error, don’t be too quick to jump to the conclusion that your website is doing poorly.
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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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Social Media has become so embedded in our day-to-day lives that it directly affects what products we buy, what places we go to eat, what clothes we wear, and so on. This particular consumer behavior is important for online sellers as well as bloggers. Unless they have the right Social Media Traffic metrics, they can’t formulate the perfect marketing campaign.
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The number of WordPress Websites serving the same market segment is growing every day. The competition is growing harder every second. Only those Websites will stay afloat and retain their market segment who can exploit their strengths properly.
And in order to identify your strength, you need data. Like so many people, you might also be using Google Analytics, but the question is are you checking the most important google analytics reports?
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Google introduced, new Google Analytics 4 Upgraded Version GA4 2020 with new 4 amazing features for the marketers plus one major update that we need to discuss for a website or online business owners that now tracking ID of Google Analytics is change now from Universal tracking ID UA-xxxxxx-x to Upgraded tracking ID G-xxxxxx-x with other new features to help the marketers.
Here, we are going to discuss Google Analytics 4 Upgraded Version GA4 and new amazing features of Google Analytics.
Right now Google Analytics 4 is being pushed to all new users and Google is sending emails to existing users to that they should upgrade their tags from GA3 to GA3. and recently they gave a notification with a deadline that GA3 will be abandoned after July 2023. So, we have about one year at the time of editing this article. So the current users don’t need to panic but in the future, they need to change the tracking code or Tracking of Google Analytics on their website from UA-xxxxxx-x to G-xxxxxx-x .
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