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[METHOD] How to visually see what your visitors are doing on your website/page FREE!!

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by kingoptimizer, Jul 31, 2013.

  1. kingoptimizer

    kingoptimizer Regular Member

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    Hello - This forum is about money making so I posted this here because it will help you analyze your traffic in short periods of time, adjust stuff based on data quickly and MAKE MO MONEY! (its not a method to make money, rather help increase it)

    1. Read the steps :); especially the NOTE AFTER THE CODE I PASTED BELOW (just making sure you read it)

    2. Install Google Analytics Code and make sure its reporting correctly.

    3. Login to Google Analytics >> Admin Panel >> Property Settings >> Check the box that says "Enhanced link attribution"

    4. Once you reach Step 3, there will be a link in the paragraph describing what "enhanced link attribution" is.
    Click on that link and the appropriate code will come up. INSTALL the code as instructed.
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    I had to write this because I am new here and I can't post links or images or code :-(
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    5. Login to Google Analytics (if your not logged in) >> Content (on the left sidebar) >> In-Page Analytics

    6. Browse through your pages like you would normally do (clicking on links) and check the stats for EVERY link found on the specific pages you get to.

    7. You can then change user behavior by adjusting the links, buttons depending what is going on or what you are looking to do.

    8. Drink, smoke and chill - Make money!!

    Thanks for any thanks, if any :)
     
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  2. muscleteen

    muscleteen Regular Member

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    I'm pretty sure you can post codes using the CODE tags.

    [CODE]

    Your code here

    [/CODE]

    It's going to look like this:

    Code:
    
    Your code here
    
    
     
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  3. kingoptimizer

    kingoptimizer Regular Member

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    I tried that but it didn't work :-( - Any other options to post code?
     
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    Skyebug77 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hmm, I dont get it. This looks like normal thing to do already.
     
  5. kingoptimizer

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    SOLUTION: Guys, since I can't post the code. Here is how you find it.

    Once you reach Step 3, there will be a link in the paragraph describing what "enhanced link attribution" is.
    Click on that link and the appropriate code will come up :)
     
  6. kingoptimizer

    kingoptimizer Regular Member

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    Its not normally setup by default. You actually have to do manually do it.

    Not sure if google analytics provided this update with their new tracking code though
     
  7. kingoptimizer

    kingoptimizer Regular Member

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    Its not normally setup by default. You actually have to set it up manually.

    Not sure if google analytics provided this update with their new tracking code though
     
  8. media20

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    They also have heatmap tools out there for viewing what users are clicking on.
     
  9. kingoptimizer

    kingoptimizer Regular Member

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    Do you know any free heatmapping tools?
     
  10. bosmolskate

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    Nice advanced Analytic techniques, do you have other ways to expedite reports from Google Analytics?
     
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    bertbaby Elite Member

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    Thanks OP but I assume you are also sharing the data with Google as well.
     
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  12. jinsandy

    jinsandy Regular Member

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    GA has the ability to show you where people have been clicking based on a set time frame that you set up
     
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    Tracking our visitors is a blessing so this trick is what i am gonna apply to my sites :)
     
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    or you could just go for in page analytics and see the clicks there as well. This attribution has been there for quite some time now, basically to distinguish lets say contact button (top page,content, footer) as the new attribution will slow down depending on your site.
    Don't forget the sampling issue when you do happen to get more traffic as usual with GA
     
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    Neeraj Singh Regular Member

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    Found this Code:
    Code:
    var _gaq = _gaq || [];
     var pluginUrl = 
     '//www.google-analytics.com/plugins/ga/inpage_linkid.js';
    _gaq.push(['_require', 'inpage_linkid', pluginUrl]);
     _gaq.push(['_setAccount', 'UA-XXXXXX-Y']);
    _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']);
     
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  17. kingoptimizer

    kingoptimizer Regular Member

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    Thanks for posting the code! I wish you can edit my post and add it in their. Sooo easyy!

    Thanks
     
  18. dan4o

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    Thx for this i will try it! :D
     
  19. Neeraj Singh

    Neeraj Singh Regular Member

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    Man, but how can i edit this in my old analytics code, where do i put this code??

    Google new analytics code/plugin:
    Code:
    var pluginUrl = 
     '//www.google-analytics.com/plugins/ga/inpage_linkid.js';
    _gaq.push(['_require', 'inpage_linkid', pluginUrl]);
    My google analytic code:
    Code:
    
    <script>         var gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www.");         document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + gaJsHost + "google-analytics.com/ga.js' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E"));     </script>     <script>         try {         var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-XXXXX-X");         pageTracker._trackPageview();         } catch(err) {}     </script>
     
  20. originalposter

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    I appreciate the share but honestly, real-time traffic analysis is garbage. Anyone in the 'analytics' field knows what I am talking about, because we look at 'trends' to determine what works and what doesn't, which usually goes from 2-3 weeks minimum (or X amount of traffic) etc. A day of high revenue / low revenue doesn't mean anything, the data size is just too small to make new changes worth while.

    Either way, great share for those who wants to get into GA. It is definitely a powerful tool and its free :)