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    Google Analytics track?

    Which kinds of hits does Google Analytics track?

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    To track a website, Google Analytics uses a small snippet of JavaScript code. You'll place this code on every page of your website and when a user arrives, the code comes alive and starts to collect data on how the user engages with your site. Google looks at each piece of data as an interaction or a hit.

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    he Analytics tracking code is a snippet of JavaScript that collects and sends data to Analytics from a website. The Analytics tracking code may be directly added directly to the HTML of each page on your site, or indirectly using a tag management system such as Google Tag Manager.

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    Want to track your conversions using Google Analytics, but not sure where to start? Google Analytics can be intimidating if you are new to it, but it doesn’t have to be complicated. All you need to get started are the basics. In this post, we’ll share how to track your conversions in Google Analytics, step-by-step.

    “Analytics.” That can be a scary sounding word. Many people assume that analytics are only something that technology gurus with multiple degrees can interpret. However, we’re here to tell you that analyzing your website data doesn’t have to be scary or confusing.

    In fact, thanks to some free and premium tools (such as Google Analytics + MonsterInsights or OptinMonster), gaining relevant insights into what’s working and what’s not is actually quite effortless.

    In just a few simple steps, you can set up your Google Analytics account and create conversion goals so that you can track your email list signups and understand what’s driving your success, or holding you back.

    Let’s dig in!

    Setting Up Your Google Analytics Account
    Let’s begin with your Google Analytics account. If you don’t have an account, then this is the first place to start. If you already have an account, just skip over the first two steps below and start at Step 3.

    Here are some simple steps to follow to get up and running with Google Analytics…

    Step 1: Create a Google Account

    In order to use Google Analytics, you need to have a Google account. If you already have a primary Google account such as Gmail, YouTube, or Google Drive, then you’ll want to set up your Google Analytics account under the same name.

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    Hello

    He Analytics tracking code can be actually just a snippet of JavaScript that gathers and transmits data into Analytics by your own site. The Analytics tracking code might be inserted directly using a label management platform like Google Tag Manager.

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    Common hit types include page monitoring hits, occasion tracking hits, and ecommerce hits. Each time the tracking code is triggered by a user's behavior (for instance, user loads a page on a website or a screen at a mobile program ), Analytics records which action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salman gee View Post
    Want to track your conversions using Google Analytics, but not sure where to start? Google Analytics can be intimidating if you are new to it, but it doesn’t have to be complicated. All you need to get started are the basics. In this post, we’ll share how to track your conversions in Google Analytics, step-by-step.

    “Analytics.” That can be a scary sounding word. Many people assume that analytics are only something that technology gurus with multiple degrees can interpret. However, we’re here to tell you that analyzing your website data doesn’t have to be scary or confusing.

    In fact, thanks to some free and premium tools (such as Google Analytics + MonsterInsights or OptinMonster), gaining relevant insights into what’s working and what’s not is actually quite effortless.

    In just a few simple steps, you can set up your Google Analytics account and create conversion goals so that you can track your email list signups and understand what’s driving your success, or holding you back.

    Let’s dig in!

    Setting Up Your Google Analytics Account
    Let’s begin with your Google Analytics account. If you don’t have an account, then this is the first place to start. If you already have an account, just skip over the first two steps below and start at Step 3.

    Here are some simple steps to follow to get up and running with Google Analytics…

    Step 1: Create a Google Account

    In order to use Google Analytics, you need to have a Google account. If you already have a primary Google account such as Gmail, YouTube, or Google Drive, then you’ll want to set up your Google Analytics account under the same name.
    Woah! Did a great effort for OP, hope he finds it useful

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    Which kinds of hits does Google Analytics track?

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    Google Analytics is the best tool for Web Traffic Analysis for any website where you can track the visitor’s hits, impressions, clicks, ROI & conversations generated from it.

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    Common hit types include page tracking hits, event tracking hits, and ecommerce hits. Each time the tracking code is triggered by a user's behavior

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