Do I need to add my Google Analytics code?
When you have already added Google Analytics to your website, you must not add it twice by filling in the code into Buttonizer. When you added Google Analytics outside Buttonizer, it will get recognized automatically by the plugin, it will use that.
Where can I see my click data of my buttons in Google Analytics? 🥳
All the click data of each button is displayed in the Google Analytics account you have set for your website. When you go to the Behavior section (left side of your screen in Google Analytics) and then click on events overview you will see that there is an Event category called Buttonizer.
Event Category: Each button-group you have created on Buttonizer will get the event category 'Buttonizer group: [name]', where [name] will be the group-name
Event Action: This will be the action or the name that you have given your button in the back-end in WordPress › This way you will recognize which buttons perform better. When it's a group, the events 'open' and 'close' will be used as 'action'.
Event Label: This will be the page title from where the button was clicked
If you want to test if the Google Analytics tracking is working. You go to Real Time Events 🕐️ , open another tab, go to your website and click on the button. You should see hits coming in 🙂
How can I measure conversion with Buttonizer? 🚂
When setting up a goal in Google Analytics, choose Custom instead of a Template and select Event as the Goal Type.
At the next step you can set one or more conditions for your conversion. Name your Category “Buttonizer” and fill in which Action or Label you would like to consider a conversion.
This for example could be a click on the call button or redirecting someone to a specific page on your website.
I don't see any events in the Real-time tab ⏲️
- First, the plugin will check if the
- Then, the plugin will check if the the
- As last it will fallback to the old Google Analytics (
ga function), if available
When you don't see anything in the realtime tab in Google Analytics, it may be you have multiple Google tags on your website and Buttonizer chooses the wrong GA tag.