Autotrack from Google Analytics is a nice tracking enhancement for those not using tag management, and for those using only the most basic tracking snippet. For those who are asking more advanced questions of their data and thus have deeper analytics needs, a more advanced solution is required. That solution should take advantage of automated data collection for speed and ease of use, but include custom options for flexibility.
Learn when Autotrack is the right choice, or when you should reject it for a more robust solution like our BAT (Blast Analytics Tracking) framework that is tool agnostic and has an extraordinary ability to scale and evolve with your needs.Read More
March 23, 2016
This is last post in this 4 part series where we discuss the Google Analytics Ecommerce marketing reports. Here is a look at the Internal Promotion, Order Coupon, Product Coupon, and Affiliate Code reports, which help you optimize your promotional marketing efforts.Read More
June 2, 2015
In this third post in our 4 post series on Google Analytics Enhanced Ecommerce reports, we take a look at three reports — the newly revised Product Performance and Sales Performance reports, as well as the brand new Product List Performance report.
You’ll learn how reports are more focused on revenue, now include product returns, help track performance of product list displays, how eCommerce Reports can be creatively used to track non-commerce site activity, and more.Read More
October 29, 2014
With great new products like SmartThings intelligent device sensors coming out, we’re inspired to do some cool offline tracking tests using Google’s Universal Analytics robust Measurement Protocol. To get inspired yourself by the offline tracking possibilities, read this funny story of how we coupled Google Universal Analytics’ with SmartThings devices to track offline activity within our office and have it reported inside Google Analytics real-time event reports.Read More
September 13, 2013
By default Google Analytics does not track file downloads, email, telephone or other outbound link clicks automatically. We developed dynamic outbound link / download tracking code a couple years ago to address this and due to the popularity, we revisit it from time to time as the Google Analytics platform evolves. The latest evolution addresses the new Universal Analytics syntax, which includes a feature that leverages the new hit callback functionality.Read More
September 4, 2013
Have you ever wondered if people are printing pages from your website?
Wonder no more…as we have provided a solution to track all the methods people use to print a page on your website. We will show you how to capture this data whether they click on your pretty print button, right click and choose print from the right click menu, use keyboard shortcuts ‘Ctrl+P’ (Windows) or ‘Cmd+P’ (Mac), or use the File > Print menu. If you use Google Analytics, read this post to learn how you can track how many people are printing your website pages.Read More
July 9, 2013
Google’s new Universal Analytics platform has a lot of great features. We wrote about quite a few of the features in our last post about Yellow Pages NZ moving to Universal Analytics. Also, there are many great posts by Justin Cutroni that do a fantastic job of explaining the benefits.
One feature has flown under the radar and hasn’t been talked about as much: the ability to properly namespace. This is partially because the audience that would need such a feature is probably smaller than the mass audience that can benefit from the more publicized Google Analytics Universal Analytics features.
This ability drastically changed from the classic version of Google Analytics. Read on to learn why exactly would someone want to do this and how it is useful.Read More
May 21, 2013
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