ExactMetrics provides reports right inside of your WordPress dashboard.
Read this guide to learn how to find these reports.
- You’ve already installed and activated ExactMetrics.
- You’ve already connected ExactMetrics with Google Analytics.
While logged in to your WordPress admin, click on ExactMetrics » Reports to view reports.
The first report you’ll see is the Overview report which displays important stats:
- Page views
- Top posts and pages
- Top traffic sources
- Top countries
If you are an ExactMetrics Plus user or higher, you can view the Publisher’s report.
In this report, you can see the following:
- Top Landing Pages
- Top Exit Pages
- Top Outbound link
- Top Affiliate Links
- Top Downloads Links
- User Demographics
- Scroll Depth
To view the Publisher’s report, go to ExactMetrics » Reports » Publishers.
If you are an ExactMetrics Pro user or higher, you can activate the eCommerce Addon to view your eCommerce report:
- Conversion Rate
- Amount of Transactions
- Amount of Revenue
- Average Order Value
- Top Products
- Top Conversion Sources
- Total Add to Carts
- Total Removed from Cart
- Time to Purchase
- Sessions to Purchase
To view the eCommerce report, go to ExactMetrics » Reports » eCommerce.
Search Console Report
To view this report, you need to add and verify your sites in Google Search Console.
In the Search Console report, you’ll be able to view data on your Top 50 Google Search Terms:
- Click-Through Rate
- Average Position
To view the Search Console report, go to ExactMetrics » Reports » Search Console.
If you are an ExactMetrics Plus user or higher, you can install and activate the Custom Dimensions addon and track your own custom data.
To view the Custom Dimensions report, go to ExactMetrics » Reports » Custom Dimensions.