How to Add Google Analytics Event Tracking in WordPress


How to Add Google Analytics Event Tracking in WordPress
Josephine Harrison

I am not sure if there was an upgrade since your post, but i am stuck on “Create Trigger” stage.
First two steps – no problems, but the third (Enable When) and fourth (Fire On) are different for me than what you show.
For you, #3 is “Fire On” with options (All form, some forms) instead of “Enable When” with only filters for me.

How to Add Google Analytics Custom Event Tracking in WordPress
Doloris Denham

Want to learn how to add Google Analytics custom event tracking in WordPress? Adding custom event tracking helps you to track and measure the results of your most important links and call-to-action buttons; however, the setup process is a bit tricky for beginners. That’s where MonsterInsights plugin’s custom link attribution feature comes handy.

How to Add Google Analytics Event Tracking in WordPress
Brittany Wells

Would you like to track client movement or event tracking while they are using your website with WordPress theme? You can track site’s hits, referral source, time spent on page, and a great deal more by means of Google Analytics tool, yet for additional top to bottom bits of knowledge, you should use event tracking. In this article, we will demonstrate to you generally accepted methods to include Google Analytics event tracking on a website with WordPress template.

A Complete Guide to Using Google Analytics Event Tracking in WordPress
Santana Quigley

From C++ to PHP, the language Maria thinks in is code, and translates it to English for humans to understand. She has a degree in Computer Science and is the writer of choice for many organizations. She is also The Big Boss at BloggInc., calling all the shots and personally supervising every word and piece of content.
In her spare time you can find her playing GTA V, lounging at the farm, or trying to beat her husband at indoor badminton.

How to setup Google Analytics event tracking in Divi/WordPress
Serina Etheridge

“All Form Submissions” will track all form submits on your website. You can see that the selector/element is set to “form”. You can change this to a specific form by adding the form class or id for example “form#diviform” and it will only track the form with the id “diviform” – if you want to track ALL form submissions, just leave it as it is. As we have a login form and other forms like our support tickets we ONLY want to track the contact form submission so we need to refine the selector. I have added the id “contact” to our module that has the contact form – you can see the way it is setup below in the screenshot of the code inspect – the form is housed in the div id called contact.

WordPress.org
Jennefer Guerin

Events were introduced by Google Analytics to allow tracking of custom metrics that were not based on page views.
Tracking events is usually done by writing JavaScript code, and that is not the WordPress way.
We created this plugin, so you can use this feature without writing a line of code.

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