WP Google Analytics Events

Description

The WP Google Analytics Events plugin allows you to send events to Google Analytics when:

  1. A user scrolls to a point of interest on your site
  2. Clicking elements on the page, such as buttons or Ajax submit forms.

For example, create a Google Analytics event when a visitor scrolled down and viewed your pricing table. Track Video Plays and banner clicks.
Get to know what your visitors are doing on the website.

And best of all – No Coding Required

Events were introduced by Google Analytics to allow tracking of custom metrics that were not based on page views.
Tracking events is usually done by writing JavaScript code, and that is not the WordPress way.
We created this plugin, so you can use this feature without writing a line of code.

There are many benefits for using events, and you can get very creative:

  1. Setting event-driven goals in Google Analytics
  2. Tracking in page navigation
  3. Comparing call to action button performance
  4. Understanding what percentage of your visitors got to the end of an article
  5. Tracking contact form submissions
  6. Track Links

If you want to learn more about Event Tracking or how to use this plugin, visit our documentation page here –

Plugin Documentation

Where can I see the events in Google Analytics?

There are two places that show events in GA –

  1. The real-time dashboard under “events” – An event should show up here in (almost) real-time.
  2. The full report can be found under “Behavior” -> “Events”. Note that it can take up to 24 hours to show up in this section.

Do I have to write any code to use this plugin?

Don’t be silly. This is why we made this plugin. But on a serious note, this could get a little technical so take a look at our Plugin Documentation page.

What are some examples of using events?

There are many benefits of using events, and you can get very creative:

  1. Setting event-driven goals in Google Analytics
  2. Tracking in page navigation
  3. Comparing call to action button performance
  4. Understanding what percentage of your visitors got to the end of an article
  5. Tracking contact form submissions
  6. Track Links

I’m stuck and need support

You can always use the support tab to open a ticket.
Please note that while we do our best to answer your questions, we don’t check this forum every day.
If you are looking for more in-depth support, we encourage you to check out WP Google Analytics Events Pro.

Screenshots

  • Plugin Scroll Settings screenshot-5.png
  • Google Analytics real time events screenshot-2.png
  • Plugin General Settings screenshot-3.png
  • Plugin Click Settings screenshot-4.png

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Changelog

Version 2.4

  1. Fix for a permissions problem when clicking the settings button

Version 2.4

  1. Added tooltips
  2. Buttons for the plugins page

Version 2.3

  1. Better dependency handling for WordPress 4.7

Version 2.2

  1. Added the advanced mode
  2. Better handling for links in new tabs

Version 2.0

  1. Minor bug fixes
  2. New intro video

Version 2.0

  1. IP Anonimization
  2. Link Issues

Version 1.9

  1. Added the Non-Interaction Field

Version 1.7

  1. Import / Export ferature added

Version 1.6

  1. Bug fixes

Version 1.5

  1. UI Changes
  2. Diactivating and reactivating the plugin will not delete previous settings

Version 1.4

You can now use the plugin along with Yoast Analytics.
Just check the “Don’t add the GA tracking code” option and if you are using the universal tracking code, check that option as well.

Version 1.2

  1. Fixes an issue that would cause tracking a page twice.
  2. Admin look and feel changes.
  3. Use the Universal Trcking code.
  4. Added a short delay for link clicks.

Contributors & Developers

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