Analyzing and optimizing your online marketing efforts can be a challenging task.
In fact, many businesses rely on Google Analytics as the only tool they have available to manage their online marketing campaigns.
With Google Analytics, you can use the reports to analyze how visitors are engaging with your business and optimize your online campaigns accordingly.
In this tutorial, we will walk through the process of using Google Analytics and analyzing the data to better understand how you can make your online business more successful.
This tutorial is intended to help you get started on your journey to understanding Google Analytics.
Follow these steps to download and install Google Analytics:Step 1: Download and Install Google AnalyticsStep 2: Open Google Analytics Step 3: Activate the Google Analytics accountStep 4: Create a Google Analytics campaign and track how visitors interact with itStep 5: Create your Analytics CampaignStep 6: Track how your visitors interact across the entire campaignStep 7: View the results of your campaignStep 8: Close your campaign and test your campaignAnalyzing and Optimizing Your Online Marketing CampaignStep 1.
Download and Installing Google AnalyticsThis is a simple step, but if you have any questions about how to install and use Google Analytics for your business, you should take the time to do so.
Google Analytics is available to download for free on most computers.
You can download the free version of Google Analytics here or you can download it for $0.99 with in-app purchases.
If you don’t have Google Analytics installed on your computer, you will need to download it from the Google Play Store or from a compatible mobile app.
Google Play Analytics is free, so download it now.
Once you have downloaded Google Analytics on your device, head to the Google Developer Console and go to Developer Options.
This is where you will find Google Analytics in the “Google Analytics” section.
You will see a Google Developer Options window that will show you how to add Google Analytics from the app store or in the Google App Console.
Once you have added Google Analytics under Developer Options, head over to the Developer Tools tab.
You will be prompted to create a new account.
Go ahead and do that.
In the “Account Settings” section, you are going to create your account, then click the Create Account button.
Activate the AccountStep 3: Go to the “Manage Accounts” tab in the Developer ConsoleOnce you are logged into your account on the Developer console, you have to choose “Create New Account.”
Enter the email address and password you created previously and click “Create Account.”
Track the Changes you MakeIn the “User Analytics” tab, click the “Track Changes” link at the top of the screen.
In a new window, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click the Check box to check “Check if there are any changes that have been made.”
Close the DeveloperTools tabStep 6.
Test your accountStep 7.
Close your accountNow that your account is closed, you’ll need to close the DeveloperOptions window.
Go back to the main DeveloperTools window and click on the “Test Account” button.
You can close the window from the main window by clicking the “Close” button in the upper right corner.
You should now be able to close your account from the “DeveloperTools” window.
Close Google AnalyticsIn the Developer tools window, you need to check the box to confirm the changes you have made.
Close and Test your Google AnalyticsAccounts are now locked, so your Google account has been unlocked.
You are now logged out of your Google Account.
You need to log back in to your Google dashboard or mobile app to activate your account.
Close DeveloperToolsFinally, you’re ready to close Google Analytics by clicking on the logout button in Developer Tools.
If you are not logged in to Google Analytics at the time, you won’t be able take any action on your account until you log back into the account.
If your account has not been locked, you may need to sign into the Account Settings tab to reset your password.
Once your account unlocks, you must log back out to the Analytics Dashboard.
If the Analytics dashboard is not open, you cannot access your Google accounts information or data.
You’ll need the option to sign in to the account again to take actions.
Close AnalyticsDashboardIf you have Google accounts and don’t want to take any actions, you simply need to click the Sign Out button at the bottom.