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Google Analytics and conversion tracking

  1. I see a lot of mention of Google Analytics but I cannot find instructions how to implements GA tracking with a Gravity Form. Can someone please show me where the instructions are?


    Posted 9 years ago on Thursday September 6, 2012 | Permalink
  2. What do you need to track that is not being tracked currently? If you can let us know that, maybe we can help you figure out where to put the tracking code. Please post a link to your page with the form embedded in it as well.

    Posted 9 years ago on Friday September 7, 2012 | Permalink
  3. I admit this question is beyond my "pay grade" so I will pass along the scenario hoping it will make more sense you. A potential client asked my employer the following question which was sent to me today:

    "Will you be able to embed Google Goal Funnel code into our forms so we can measure conversions in Google Analytics?" PS: this is a hypothetical question.

    Occasionally I use GA is but I have no idea what "Google Funnel Code" is. If there is a way to add this code to a GF form, how would it be accomplished? I'm looking at the back end of one of our WP sites with the GF plugin installed. I can't figure it out and I don't see any instructions in the documentation for GA tracking of any kind. Thanks.

    Posted 9 years ago on Friday September 7, 2012 | Permalink
  4. I have no idea what Google Funnel Code is either.

    But in general, we can add whatever tracking code to whichever page you want, to track how far in the process the visitor got. It depends on the actual form, and at which points you want to check. For conversions, you probably want the code in the text confirmation for the form.

    If you can show us your form, and the code you want to add, and at what stages you want to track, we can help you get the code in place.

    However, simply, you can add javascript code to the form confirmation, to track form submissions, or in an HTML block in the form. In AJAX and multi-page forms, the procedure is slightly different. It's all dependent on your unique situation.

    Posted 9 years ago on Friday September 7, 2012 | Permalink