Sooner or later, you’re going to want to know how deep users scroll on a page.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could track vertical scroll percentage of page and view it easily in Google Analytics? Good news…in this blog post we’ll educate you on the virtues of tracking scroll depth, show you how to setup scroll tracking, create custom scroll tracking reports, create custom segments for actionable analysis, and most importantly, we’ll give you the code.Read More
April 10, 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
Can you imagine counting the in-store purchase as part of a more complete conversion path from campaign, to landing page, to intermediate conversion steps, to online, AND now, to offline transaction? We now have the ability to help you send offline activities occurring in brick and mortar stores to Google Analytics using Universal Analytics.
This new type of tracking offline conversions can allow you to measure the success of your offline coupons, identify how people that bought in-store found your website, and much more. In this post, Paul shares a hypothetical scenario of using Universal Analytics to track offline conversions; specifically, a sale made at a brick and mortar store. Read on to explore how to bring this new offline sales data into your analytics!Read More
August 25, 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
Events as a goal type in Google Analytics…why does this matter? Because you can now track more types of site interactions as goals. If you have been waiting for better ways to measure overall and individual types of site interactions that help you to better understand user engagement on your site…then your wait is over.Read More
March 21, 2011
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