DATA CONFIGURATION

Google Analytics Setup

Now that you’ve got Google Analytics running on your website and collecting all that important data, it’s time to tweak some settings to answer the question we had in the beginning – how does a visitor become a paying customer and then a loyal client?

There are only 2 steps you need to go through to make sure you’re getting valid data.

Step 1. CONFIGURE FILTERS

This is necessary for correct visitor tracking to separate real visits from (often unintended) visits from your team, robots and other sources that might distort your data.

Step 2. CONFIGURE GOALS&lt

Goals are the actions made by site visitors you deem important – e.g., clicking on certain buttons, creating an account, subscribing, or making a purchase. Once you get the full picture, you will be able to experiment with these metrics and grow (or, in some cases, decrease) them.

Goals can also help you to see the path a visitor takes to reach a certain goal. Once you know it, you can optimize the path and make it easier for visitors to reach the goals designated by you.

To find out whether you have Google Analytics goals configured on your website, simply complete the form below. It’s free and the results will be shown in an instance.

For those of you who are willing to do it all themselves, we’ve prepared a quick, step-by-step guide to help you set up Google Analytics and configure goals on your website.

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How do I add a filter?

Filters are added in the View menu, and if there is such a need, you can create several Views. A website view is usually a copy of Google Analytics data using various settings.
Go to your Google Analytics profile, select the View menu and click the Filter button.

Click the ADD FILTER button to add a new filter.

Select the type of filter.
Google Analytics offers two types of filters: predefined and custom. Predefined are commonly used filter templates . Custom filters are customized individually to achieve your goal. In any case, remember to get the correct filter name and save its settings.

Example:

Correct: exclude IP 193.88.222.1
Incorrect: qwerty12345

Before applying the changes, make sure that you take into account the following points:

  1. Do not remove or add filters to your original website. Experiment with copies of site views, because when you delete a view, data associated with its history disappears.
  2. GoogleAnalytics applies filters exclusively to data that will be added after they are created. For example, you can not filter data that you already have.
  3. Filters are applied in the order in which they are installed.

With the help of filters, you can get more information from your site. For example:

  • measure traffic from some specific audience
  • exclude traffic from employees of development companies
  • clear data from spam
  • divide advertising and information traffic

Follow these tips to achieve success:

  • Define and set filter parameters, taking into account performance indicators;
  • Before applying anything, select the filter order, especially if you have selected custom filters;
  • If you do not have enough time to configure all the necessary parameters, hire a specialist in the field of Google Analytics because receiving incorrect data will not allow you to make the right decisions.

Google Analytics Goals Setting Guide

First of all, log in to your Google Analytics account and select the Administrator menu at the top.
Then go to a specific view where you want to define the goal, click “Goals”, then the red button NEW GOAL

To create a new goal from an existing template, simply do the following several steps:

  1. Select the Template in the Goal setup section.
  2. Tap Next to continue configuring the goal.

Templates help to simplify actions by setting goals based on predefined business goals, which fall into 4 categories: Income, Acquisition, Inquiry, Participation. You can use the template as an organization tool to get an idea of the goals that you would like to create.

Creating a new custom goal is easier than you think, and you can do this by following these steps:
In the Goal Setup section, select Custom in the list of options, and in the next step, select one of the four possible types of goals.

You can send events every time a user clicks the Add to Cart button, shares an entry, submits a form, performs any other action you want to track as a micro conversion.

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