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Tracking conversions using Google Annoyinglytics

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by alrightythan, Jan 7, 2016.

  1. alrightythan

    alrightythan Junior Member

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    Hi Guys,

    I'm working on a project where our conversions (Overall success) is judged upon how many downloads take place.


    • People upload their projects.
    • A page is created for that project.
    • This page also has the 'Download' button on the page.
    • Once you click the download button, a 'conversion' occurs (This happens on page the user is on. They are not directed to any particular thank you or checkout page and this is the way we want it).

    What would be the best way to track this?

    I've tried event tracking with Google but it doesn't show us the whole 'funnel'.

    Any ideas?

    PS: Google also shows most of our Keyword Data as (Not provided) which is super annoying. That's why we need to figure this out.
     
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    If option one doesn't work, you may give a go for second.
     
  3. alrightythan

    alrightythan Junior Member

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    Yeah I think goal might be the same as setting up events. It works on an ecommerce site because you pretty much end up at a thank you or order processed page. Our checkout happens on every single page. I'll look into furry analytics. Thanks for the info :)