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WooCommerce Google Analytics Pro 1.3.3 Extension
WooCommerce Google Analytics Pro Extension
WooCommerce Google Analytics Pro Extension Version : 1.3.3
The Google Analytics Pro extension for WooCommerce allows you to supercharge your Google Analytics tracking with enhanced eCommerce tracking and custom event tracking giving you detailed insights how to improve your sales funnel and drive more revenue (requires Google Analytics account).
Get Insight on Your WooCommerce Sales Funnel with Google Analytics Pro
WooCommerce Google Analytics Pro turbo charges the integration between your WooCommerce store and your free Google Analytics account. Get detailed insightsin your shop’s traffic and eCommerce events so that you can improve your sales funnel and drive more revenue.
WooCommerce Google Analytics Pro adds advanced event tracking to your WooCommerce store and automatically pushes these events into Google Analytics, letting you easily get insights into important metrics like average order value, conversion rate, sales by product or category, and other valuable data.
Detailed Tracking with Easy Setup
Once you’ve installed WooCommerce Google Analytics Pro, you can choose your event names (if you don’t like the defaults), ensure that enhanced eCommerce tracking is enabled in your GA account, and then you’re ready to go! The plugin handles tracking and sending all of the appropriate events to Google Analytics so you can easily access your sales data and valuable store metrics.
It only takes 3 clicks to get your WooCommerce store connected to your Google Analytics account.
Why use Google Analytics Pro
Includes all of the great features the free version has, like Universal Analytics and enhanced eCommerce tracking
Allows you exclude shop managers from tracking along with site admins
Track User IDs for more accurate user counts
Tracks basic eCommerce events like “add to cart” or “checkout started”
Adds advanced eCommerce event tracking, such as “coupon addition / removal” and “cart quantity changed”
Track manually added orders
Adds events for customer actions, such as sign in / out, or leaving a product review / comment
Adds order refund and cancellation tracking
Track customer email opens as events in the “Emails” category
Detailed Event Tracking
The advanced event tracking in WooCommerce Google Analytics Pro gives you even more details about your sales process, and you can track things like “viewed account” or “coupon applied” to get a full view of what customers do on your site. You can also track these events in your purchasing workflow, such as viewing coupon data for orders and conversion rates with coupons.
Works alongside other tracking plugins
If you’ve already installed a tracking plugin for basic site metrics like pageviews (such as Google Analytics by Yoast), WooCommerce Google Analytics Pro will defer to these plugins for tracking basic site events, then layers its own eCommerce tracking on top of these. If you don’t already do basic site tracking, it will add that too!
All event names are customizable through the plugin settings and can be individually disabled. User IDs can also be tracked for more accurage user counts. Custom events can be tracked by adding a snippet to your theme.
How to Get Started
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Download and install into your WooCommerce store
Login to your Google Analytics account (sign up for free if you don’t already have an account) and connect it to this plugin
Enabled enhanced eCommerce tracking in your GA account
That’s it! Sit back and enjoy detailed site analytics!
Read the plugin documentation to see a full list of tracked events, to learn how to customize event names, track custom events, and more!
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2017.05.02 – version 1.3.3 * Fix – Simplify order payment tracking and ensure COD orders are tracked * Fix – Ensure refunds are properly tracked
2017.04.24 – version 1.3.2 * Fix – PHP notices if events are inactive * Fix – Update remaining pre-WooCommerce 3.0 incompatibilities for order tracking
2017.04.21 – version 1.3.1 * Fix – Ensure tracking when a customer provides a billing email on checkout is backwards compatible with WooCommerce versions earlier than v3.0
2017.04.18 – version 1.3.0 * Feature – Adds checkout options to most Checkout Behavior steps for additional data tracking * Feature – Improve full site tracking to remove the need for a general tracking Google Analytics plugin * Tweak – Improved Checkout Behavior funnel support * Fix – Ensure “estimate shipping” event is always tracked * Fix – Show only GA property names instead of all views when connecting to a GA account * Fix – Ensure variation SKUs are used for add to cart events rather than parent SKU * Dev – Custom event names will no longer be url encoded to respect spaces * Dev – Global js function renamed to use `ga` instead of `__gaTracker`
2017.03.28 – version 1.2.0 * Misc – Added support for WooCommerce 3.0 * Misc – Removed support for WooCommerce 2.4
2017.02.07 – version 1.1.7 * Fix – Compatibility with MonsterInsights Pro 6.0.0
2017.01.24 – version 1.1.6 * Tweak – Add list values when tracking add-to-cart from archive pages * Fix – Ensure transactions are not tracked more than once * Fix – Include position data in product view actions * Fix – Remove related/up-sell impression on single product pages for the main product being viewed
2016.10.25 – version 1.1.5 * Tweak – Included a setting to enable/disable product impression tracking on archive and/or single product pages * Tweak – An empty “alt” attribute is now included with the tracking pixel image added to emails * Fix – The “connect to Google Analytics” notice now doesn’t show if a manual tracking ID is used * Fix – Fix an “Uncaught exception” fatal error that may occur in rare instances * Fix – Fix a fatal error that occurs when using the shortcode
2016.07.27 – version 1.1.4 * Misc – WordPress 4.6 compatibility
2016.07.20 – version 1.1.3 * Fix – Ensure the “viewed homepage” event is tracked * Fix – Fix an issue where some events were still being tracked as interaction events, affecting bounces rates * Fix – Avoid issues with tracking events through the Measurement Protocol on some server
2016.07.07 – version 1.1.2 * Tweak – Set the cent value of an order’s total as the event value of the ‘completed purchase’ and ‘completed payment’ events * Fix – Avoid fatal errors when another plugin includes the Google Client API
2016.06.22 – version 1.1.1 * Tweak – Avoid most Quota Errors when loading the plugin’s settings page * Tweak – Make product impression parameters filterable to allow sites to bypass the Google Analytics request limit * Tweak – Tracking parameters are now filterable * Fix – Product impressions are now triggered on the single product page for the product * Fix – Ensure the Checkout Behavior report is properly populated by utilizing funnel steps correctly * Fix – Ensure product categories are tracked in the correct format expected by Google Analytics * Fix – Avoid undefined index notices that could occur with some themes * Fix – Ensure offsite gateways are not tracked as referrers by Google AdWords * Fix – Better handling of errors thrown by the Google Analytics PHP client * Fix – Use the item’s total rather than the product’s price when tracking purchases * Fix – Address deflated bounce rates by ensuring certain events are tracked as non-interaction events
2016.06.02 – version 1.1.0 * Fix – Ensure orders using gateways like Cash on Delivery are tracked through Enhanced eCommerce * Misc – Added support for WooCommerce 2.6 * Misc – Removed support for WooCommerce 2.3
2016.05.18 – version 1.0.4 * Tweak – Trigger the “completed payment” event when an order is set to Processing to add support for gateways that use non-standard order status flows such as the Cash on Delivery gateway. * Fix – Ensure events are tracked properly when the MonsterInsights plugin (formerly Google Analytics by Yoast) is active