Msg#: 4360410 posted 8:39 am on Sep 9, 2011 (gmt 0)
My site let users search and browse for items. Each page have a long list of items where clicks on some of these items are registered as a goals in Google Analytics. All items have the same goal page in the JS code. The tracking codes are placed in links.
In addition to this traditional goals tracking, I would like to know the conversion rate on item #1 vs item #2, item #3, item #4 and so on (to see if they actually scroll).
I don't want this new tracking to affect the other goals or the total conversion rate of the site.
Is it possible to use Google Analytics for this when I have these terms? ...or is there something else suitable out there?
Msg#: 4360410 posted 9:25 am on Sep 9, 2011 (gmt 0)
You go: Analytics>Profile Settings>Goals Create up to 20 conversion goals for this profile 1. Goal Position:Goal name can have Set1, Goal1 and Set1, Goal2 etc 2. Goal Type defines URL,time,page As I understand you defined URL and your input for each item but the same goal page in the JS code.
You check reports with link Analytics>Goals>Goals Overview
You also quoted:The tracking codes are placed in links.
Is this step correct as I have posted?
[edited by: toplisek at 9:49 am (utc) on Sep 9, 2011]
Msg#: 4360410 posted 11:18 am on Sep 9, 2011 (gmt 0)
You may specify up to ten pages in a defined funnel. Source: [google.com...]
Quoted Google: - Goal:how often the visitors who reach the goal become customers - Funnel: It will help you map where visitors drop off during the path to completing a goal.
Please be careful with wilcard as Google quoted: Regular expressions are special characters that match or capture portions of a field, as well as the rules that govern all characters. Funnel URLs are treated as regular expressions. For this reason, you can include wildcard characters and use other regular expression methods if you want to match more than a single URL.
There is good clear explanation of this use: [google.com...]