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opurbo c
Aug 01, 2022
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At the bottom of the left navigation area, select Admin In the next column, select Target: Select "New Target" Select "Custom" and go to "Continue" Name your goal, then select the goal. In the "Target" field, you can include the URL of the page whose target you want to track. Check that each setting is correct, and when you save your goal, you can access it on the Goals page. Set engagement goals For example, let's say you want to set Session Duration or Pages/Screens per Session. Use the Admin panel again to Latest Mailing Database access Goals, and under Goal Settings to access Custom again. Give your goal a name such as "Visit 10 pages" When done, click "Save". Likewise, you can access goals in the Goals page. Set activity goals The event goal is complete when a specific event is executed on the page. Event goals measure and track CTA button clicks, video views, and other visitor interactions on your website. To set up an event goal, follow the steps above to create a custom goal, select Event, and name the event in the Goal Description field. Analyzing your current conversion process in conjunction with analyzing data will help you assess whether you have achieved your stated goals. It helps if you understand how users behave on your site . Every question about user behavior can be answered using Google Analytics, such as: Your website data can help you visualize the current state of your CRO process. By monitoring the metrics, you will be able to find the exact point where your visitors fail to convert: Demographics hobby geographic data page behavior Bounce Rate page load speed conversion value user flow traffic source Analyze each of your pages and how users navigate them. By defining the customer journey of buyer personas, you can determine the changes you need to make in your pages to turn your website into a conversion machine
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