It took me some time to understand what needs to be done, but when done, it does it's job just great! All the clicks I'm interested in are now in Google analytics.
For those that need a quick course (also for the developer-write explanation more simple man) all you need to do is to add "id=whatever" to your links within the
<a href="www.example.com">link name</a>
so it should be now
<a id=whatever href="www.example.com">link name</a>
Then you put that 'id' in the plugin (plugin>settings>clicks), save, and you can track it in analytics. Of course change 'whatever' 'www.example.com' and 'link name' to your needs.
I guess the same goes for the class option.
This might be obvious for the coders, but for us that don't write code it's not.
All in all great plugin! :)
Time saver, work great.
Very easy to use plugin..thanks
I needed to add an Google Analytics Event to my WooCommerce site to tell me how many users are clicking through to product reviews. Installing this plugin and setup took 5 minutes after watching the video and I could see the event being triggered using real time.
I'm just reading through the documentation as I'm considering the Pro upgrade to create more detailed events.
Thank for for a simple / great plugin for handling basic GA event tracking!
Works perfect for me! Using it in conjunction with Gravity Forms.
If you haven't use it, don't say you are using WordPress!
Even you know how to code GA event script, this plugin still can save you huge time on developing, just focus on what kind of data that you interested.
Excellent and very easy to use plug in..thanks
I found it helpfull to describe any html action user does on the page.
This is a must have for everyone that runs a WordPress based web site and wants to figure out what the users are clicking.
Easy to set up and easy to use
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