What you’ll learn from this Google Analytics Product Revenue Dashboard template:
Keep track of your product sales and performance in real-time. Get useful, actionable data on all your transactions, conversions, generated revenue, and average order value. By connecting your Google Analytics account, you’ll learn:
- How do I track user interactions on my website? Track the number of times users actively interacted with your website in a given time period. It is important to track your website session data daily, as it lets you know if your marketing campaigns and efforts are paying off. Also, this data can be useful when researching further on the conversion path of your customers.
- How much revenue was generated by users of a specific device type? See how much revenue you generated from shoppers using particular types of devices, i.e., tablet, mobile phone, or desktop. Also, view the number of sessions generated by users of a specific device type compared to another. It is useful to track this data, as it lets you know you need to make some necessary changes to boost conversions and optimize for a better user experience.
- Which traffic source generates the most revenue? Track and compare your different traffic sources to learn which is the most profitable, i.e., the traffic source that generates the most revenue for your eCommerce business. Additionally, view the number of sessions generated by each traffic source during a period of time.
- What is the percentage of sessions that result in transactions being made? Find out what percentage of visitors to your eCommerce site makes a purchase on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis.
- How do I keep track of the number of transactions my eCommerce site makes? View the total number of orders that were placed on your website within a specific time period. Compare your transaction data for the current time period to the prior day/week/month/year.
- What is the average value of each transaction made in my eCommerce store? Find out the average dollar amount customers spend in purchasing item(s) from your eCommerce store for a chosen time period.
- How much do I make each time a customer visits my eCommerce store? View the total amount of money you generate from each user visiting your eCommerce site within a given time frame, i.e., daily, weekly, monthly, yearly.
- Which product generates the most revenue for my eCommerce business? Track and assess the profitability of individual products on your eCommerce site based on how much each product generates and how many of these products get sold during a period of time. Based on this information, you’ll be able to determine if you need to add more products to your store or work on your revenue strategy.
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Avg. Order Value
Average Value of transactions during specified Date Range.
- Sessions by Device Cat
- Revenue by Device
- Revenue by Product
- Purchases by Product
- Sessions by Source/Medium
- Prod Revenue by Source/Medium
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 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.