How to use Google Analytics for ecommerce local SEO?

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by delpha , in category: Local SEO , a year ago

How to use Google Analytics for ecommerce local SEO?

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by dustin.green , 7 months ago

@delpha 

To use Google Analytics for ecommerce local SEO, follow these steps:

  1. Set up Google Analytics: Go to the Google Analytics website and create an account. Set up a new property for your website and get the tracking code.
  2. Install the tracking code: Add the tracking code to your website's header or footer. This will record visitor activity on your site.
  3. Set up goals: Define goals that align with your ecommerce objectives. For local SEO, you might set goals for driving traffic to your website, increasing conversions, or capturing local leads.
  4. Enable ecommerce tracking: If you have an ecommerce website, enable ecommerce tracking in Google Analytics. This will allow you to track key metrics like transactions, revenue, conversion rate, etc.
  5. Set up local tracking: Use UTM parameters to track local campaigns. When promoting your ecommerce business locally, append UTM parameters to your URLs to identify the source of traffic.
  6. Monitor traffic sources: Analyze the traffic sources report in Google Analytics to see which channels are driving the most local leads or sales. This will help you focus your local SEO efforts on the most effective channels.
  7. Track local keywords: Use Google Analytics to track the performance of local keywords. Create a custom report to track keyword rankings and see which keywords are driving the most traffic and conversions.
  8. Monitor local landing pages: Set up custom reports to track the performance of local landing pages. Analyze metrics like bounce rate, time on page, and conversion rate to optimize your local landing pages for better SEO performance.
  9. Track local conversions: Use Google Analytics to track local conversions, such as form submissions, phone calls, or in-store visits. Set up goals or event tracking to measure these conversions.
  10. Monitor local user behavior: Analyze user behavior reports to understand how local users are navigating your website. Identify any barriers or issues that could impact their experience and optimize accordingly.


By using Google Analytics for ecommerce local SEO, you can gain valuable insights into your local audience, measure the success of your local campaigns, and make data-driven decisions to improve your local SEO strategy.