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How to Track Outbound Links in Google Analytics (Simple Way)

Ever wonder which links people click that take them away from your website? There are many reasons to use external or outbound links, like citing other sites as sources of information. By tracking which external links get the most clicks in Google Analytics, you get to find out where your visitors are going after they’ve […]

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How to Set Up Gravity Forms Conversion Tracking (Easy Way)

Do you want to know how your Gravity Forms are performing? Gravity Forms is one of the most popular form plugins for WordPress. You can create all types of forms for your website, including simple contact forms to complex forms where users can perform calculations. But how do you find out which type of form […]

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18 Simple Ways to Grow Your Business with Google Analytics

Do you want to use Google Analytics and take your business to the next level but don’t know where to start? Google Analytics is a popular analytics tool that can help uncover insights about your visitors and provide essential data to boost your website’s performance. In this article, we’ll show different ways to grow your […]

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ExactMetrics vs. Google Analytics: Which Is The Best?

Many people often ask us, what’s the difference between Google Analytics and ExactMetrics? And which service is better? It’s a common misconception among new users that Google Analytics and ExactMetrics are two different analytics tools. But that’s not the case! Google Analytics is an analytical service by Google, which helps you see how visitors behave […]

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How to Exclude WordPress Admins from Google Analytics

Are you looking for a way to exclude WordPress admin from tracking? Google Analytics tracks all incoming web traffic. This includes your actual visitors, admins, editors, authors, and others alike. While Google Analytics is designed to measure how many visitors you get, if it includes your own visits, then the data can be misleading for […]

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Announcing ExactMetrics Global Site Tag Support

Today we’re excited to announce the release of Global Site Tag support! For the past few months, our developers have been working hard to provide a seamless transition to Google’s new tracking code system. In this release, you’ll see how easy it is to use ExactMetrics and switch from the older tracking code (analytics.js) to […]

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How to Track Your Form Conversion Source in Google Analytics

How to Track Your Form Conversion Source in Google Analytics

Do you want to track how your WordPress forms perform? Knowing the source of people who submitted a form on your website can help you fine-tune your lead generation efforts. Setting up form conversion tracking in Google Analytics provides insight into which referral sites or marketing campaigns bring in the most leads. It also helps […]

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Announcing ExactMetrics Year in Review Report

Are you planning on making 2021 even bigger and better for your website? Today, we’re thrilled to announce the release of the ExactMetrics Year in Review report. It’s a limited-time report that shows how your site performed in 2020 and is available from January 1 to January 14. Find out which posts were the most […]

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How to Track PDF Downloads in Google Analytics

Are you looking for a way to see how many people down PDF files on your WordPress website? Offering downloadable content like eBooks and PDFs is a great way of increasing user engagement. By tracking your file downloads, you get to understand your audience better. You get insights about which PDF gets the most downloads […]

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