This post shows you how to track button clicks on a website using Google Tag Manager. I assume that you not only know how to install Google Analytics using Tag Manager but have already done that on your website.
This post shows how to visualize a goal flow segment in Google Data Studio. I assume that you have basic knowledge of Data studio's calculated fields.
Let us first look at two of the common methods of getting a Data Studio report built and why they are wrong.
This Google Data Studio user manual shows you how to use a Google Data Studio Report. This manual does not show you how to build reports but is written for end users.
If you want to copy my free data studio template for web analytics or any other template, follow the below process. Once you copy a template to your Google account, you become the owner and can edit it.
This Free 16 page Google Data Studio Template for Web Analytics consists of 16 pages. The data sources are:
- Google Analytics (with Adwords linked to Google Analytics)
- Google Search Console
What is a 'View' in Google Analytics? A 'view' in Google Analytics helps you focus on a subset of the data that it collects. For example, you can create a view to show only traffic to your blog. An E-commerce website can create a view to show only traffic to its product pages. You can also create a view to exclude traffic from an IP address. We take the help of 'filters' to exclude or include subsets of data.
Google Analytics Tracking Set up is done in 2 easy steps
- Step 1: Signup for an Analytics Account using your Google account (gmail id).
Google Analytics is one of the most comprehensive web analytics tool. It is quite common to run into problems during implementation. This page helps you troubleshoot issues and also answers frequently asked GA questions.
Google Analytics is a web analytics tool to track and report website traffic. It is used to track user acquisition, user engagement, and goal conversions. It can also track acquisition and engagement on mobile apps.