How to Track User Activity in WordPress

How to Track User Activity in WordPress and Google Analytics

Do you want to track the activity of your logged in users in Google Analytics and WordPress? If you require people to register on your website, then you can set up WordPress user activity tracking to see more about how those visitors interact with it. By enabling individual user ID tracking in Google Analytics, you […]

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How to Add Google Analytics 4 to WordPress

How to Add Google Analytics 4 to WordPress (Best Way)

Google Analytics 4 (GA4) is here, and Google is encouraging every user to create a GA4 property. If you’re a WordPress user, that means it’s time to add Google Analytics 4 to WordPress. In this article, we’ll go over the best (and easiest) way to add Google Analytics 4 to WordPress. What is Google Analytics […]

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Google Analytics Custom Dimensions Beginner's Guide

The Beginners Guide to Custom Dimensions in Google Analytics

Want to track your own custom data in Google Analytics? With custom dimensions, you can track some “extra” data that Google Analytics doesn’t track out of the box. For example, you could track which of your blog’s authors are getting the most views, what content a specific user is browsing, which of your targeted keywords […]

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Google Analytics A/B Testing Quick Guide

Google Analytics A/B Testing: Quick Start Guide

Do you want to boost conversions on your site? Conducting Google Analytics A/B tests on your site to understand what works best for your audience can really help you increase conversions. Don’t worry if you don’t have the budget or resources for an enterprise-level A/B testing solution. Google Optimize is a free A/B testing and […]

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How to Set up Restrict Content Pro Tracking in Google Analytics

How to Set Up Restrict Content Pro Tracking in Google Analytics

Do you use Restrict Content Pro on your membership website? Connecting your membership site with Google Analytics will give you the insightful data that you need in order to make decisions that’ll increase signups and grow your business. To learn how to set up Google Analytics tracking for Restrict Content Pro, read on. Restrict Content […]

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How to Find Conversion Paths in Google Analytics

How to Reveal Your Conversion Paths in Google Analytics

Did you know that 95% of your website visitors won’t convert on their first visit to your website? Studies show that on average, it takes 3-4 visits for your visitors to actually think of doing business with you. If you’re analyzing the conversions of a specific channel while overlooking the paths your users took to […]

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How to Track Organic Keyword Conversions in Google Analytics

How to Track Organic Keyword Conversions in Google Analytics

Do you know which organic keywords bring in the most traffic to your website? Or are you interested in finding out if your SEO investment is paying off? To get insights about how effective your organic strategy is and whether it’s driving conversions, you should set up keyword tracking in Google Analytics. But it isn’t […]

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Beginner's Guide to User Permissions in Google Analytics

Beginner’s Guide to User Permissions in Google Analytics

Want to learn how to use and manage user permissions in Google Analytics? Understanding user permissions is crucial when sharing access to your Google Analytics account with other people. It concerns the safety, privacy, and the overall growth strategies of your business. In this article, we’ll explain everything you need to know about Google Analytics […]

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How to Track Amazon Affiliate Links in WordPress

How to Track Amazon Affiliate links in WordPress (Easy Way)

Do you want to track Amazon affiliate link clicks on your WordPress website? The Amazon affiliate program, Amazon Associates, can be a great way for website owners and bloggers to make money. However, did you know that Amazon doesn’t give you any reports on which of your links are getting clicked? Yep, they only tell […]

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