What you’ll learn from this Shopify conversion & loyalty analytics dashboard template
With this dashboard template, you’ll be able to track customer loyalty and repeat sales overtime. By connecting your Shopify and Google Analytics accounts, you’ll learn:
- How do we track how much we’ve earned from repeat sales? View the total amount of money earned and recorded from all sales transactions on your online store within a specific time period. Track what percentage of your site visits resulted in actual sales, abandoned checkouts in a given month in comparison to the previous month.
- How do we track and measure our sales data? Gain full insights into all repeat sales transactions that have occurred on your eCommerce site. Keep track of the total number of orders you received in a certain month, along with gross sales, discounts, refunds, taxes paid, shipping, and so on.
- How can we measure the conversion rate of our online store? Track and measure your online store's performance in converting a site visitor to a paying customer. Monitor metrics that matter to your eCommerce site on a day-to-day basis, such as new and returning visitors bounce rate, average order value, the total number of transactions accrued per user, and so on.
- How do we calculate average revenue per user? Measure the revenue generated from an individual customer against the expected revenue in the current month. Monitor the monetary value of a specific customer based on the revenue generated from the purchase of your goods or services.
- How do we track how many customers have ordered from us overtime? Track the number of new users to your store and how many customers purchased an item from your store. Are you getting as many orders as forecasted? This data is useful for evaluating the health of your online store.
Dig deeper into your store’s data using our robust integration with Shopify.
What else can you track and visualize with our deep integration with Shopify? When it comes to measuring your online store’s performance, just about everything:
- Gross and Net sales
- Average Order Value (AOV)
- Sales by product
- Social media engagement
- Abandoned cart rate
- New vs. returning customers
- Low inventory products
- Taxes, and more.
Pull additional data using our deep integration with Google Analytics.
What else can you track and visualize with our deep integration with Google Analytics? When it comes to attributing your traffic and conversions, almost anything:
- Website traffic and conversions
- Traffic and lead demographics
- Social media engagement
- Paid advertising
- Landing page performance
- Campaign performance using custom events
There are many, many different metrics and metric combinations you can track using Google Analytics. And in Databox, you can quickly visualize 100s of Google Analytics metrics in a variety of different ways.
Read more about Google Analytics integration.
Avg. Order Value
Average Value of transactions during specified Date Range.
Avg. Revenue per User
Average amount of Money generated split up by User during the 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.
Number of First-time Users during specified Date Range.
Revenue per Visit
The amount of Money generated each time a Customer visits your Website during the specified Date Range.
Transactions per User
Number of Transactions divided by total number of Users during the specified Date Range.
Number of Abandoned Checkouts during the specified Date Range.
Equates to Product Discount + the product's proportional share of a cart-wide discount during the specified Date Range.
Equates to Gross Sales - Discounts - Returns during the specified Date Range. Net Sales does not include Shipping Charges or Taxes.
Number of Orders that were placed during the specified Date Range.
The amount Refunded across the transactions during the specified Date Range.
Equates to product Selling Price x Ordered Quantity during the specified Date Range. Gross Sales does not include Discounts, Returns, Taxes, or Shipping.
Number of Shipping Charges associated with a Sale or return during the specified Date Range.
Number of Taxes associated with a Sale or return during the specified Date Range.
Total number of Customers gained.