How to use Google Analytics to track goals?

by larry_orn , in category: SEO Tools , 6 months ago

How to use Google Analytics to track goals?

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by declan_ritchie , 6 months ago


Google Analytics allows you to set up and track specific goals to measure the success of your website or app. Here's how to set up and track goals in Google Analytics:

  1. Log in to your Google Analytics account.
  2. Navigate to the "Admin" tab.
  3. Select the account, property, and view you want to track goals for.
  4. Under the "View" column, click on "Goals."
  5. Click on the "+ New Goal" button to create a new goal.
  6. Select the goal template that best fits your desired outcome, or create a custom goal.
  7. Fill in the details for your goal, such as the name, type, and destination URL.
  8. Click "Save" to create your new goal.

Once you've set up your goals, you can track them in the "Conversions" section of Google Analytics. You'll be able to see how many goal completions you've had, which pages on your site are leading to goal completions, and other metrics that will help you evaluate the success of your website or app.

It's important to note that in order to track goals, you need to have the Google Analytics tracking code installed on your website or app. Make sure the tracking code is correctly installed on all pages where you want to track goal completions.