What you’ll learn from this Google Analytics (Ecommerce overview) Custom Dashboard template
By connecting your Google Analytics account, you’ll learn:
- How do we track the number of transactions our online store makes? Track and analyse your ecommerce transaction data, i.e the number of orders placed on your website today, this week, and so on. Monitor daily fluctuations in the number of transactions recorded and compare with the same day of the previous month.
- How much are we generating in sales? See how much money has been generated from website sales in the current month in real-time. Analyse daily trends to ensure your ecommerce website is generating sufficient revenue to meetup with your sales goal.
- How do we check the number of visits to our eCommerce website? Track and measure the number of new and returning visitors to your website and the number of individual sessions initiated by these users.
- Are visitors to our ecommerce website actually converting? See what percentage of your website visits convert to customers. This is a great way to assess if your website needs to be optimized for more conversions.
- How do we measure the revenue our website generates on each visitor? See how much in revenue your business generates from each unique visitor that interacts with your eCommerce site during a time period.
- How much do shoppers spend on our site on the average? Track the average dollar amount each customer spends on each transaction carried out on your ecommerce website.
- How do we identify our best selling products? See your most popular products in terms of volume and revenue in the current month.
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- Website traffic and conversions
- Traffic and lead demographics
- Social media engagement
- Paid advertising
- Landing page performance
- Campaign performance using custom events
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Avg. Order Value
Average Value of transactions during specified Date Range.
Ecommerce Conversion Rate
Percentage of Sessions that resulted in an Ecommerce Transaction during specified Date Range.
Revenue from Web Ecommerce or In-app Transactions during specified Date Range. Depending on your implementation, this can include Tax and Shipping.
Revenue by Channel
Revenue from Web Ecommerce or In-app Transactions during specified Date Range split up by Channels.
Product Revenue by Product Name
Revenue from Individual Product Sales during specified Date Range split up by Product Name.
Revenue per Visit
The amount of Money generated each time a Customer visits your Website during the specified Date Range.
Number of Sessions during specified Date Range. A session is the period time a user is actively engaged with your website, app, etc.
Number of Completed Purchases on your Site during specified Date Range.
Users who have initiated at least one Session during specified Date Range.