Track Revenue with Google Analytics 4
Please see this section.
Track Revenue with Google Analytics 3 360
If you paste the Convert Experiments code right after the </title> tag and you use the latest standard Google Analytics e-commerce tracking, we will automatically connect e-commerce revenue tracking of Google Analytics to all your tests. There is no need to install anything; this works out of the box for all clients.
Create a Revenue Goal with Google Analytics
Go to your Experience Summary, then the Goals section, and click Edit:
Create a Revenue goal from the Goal templates in your experiment.
Fill in the Goal name and page URL to match the confirmation page of your purchases:
Save it and you are done.
Track Revenue without Google Analytics (manual revenue tracking)
If you don’t want to use Google Analytics e-commerce tracking or you cannot use it as it's not implemented through the standard tracking code, we have another way you can send a conversion, revenue and the amount of products ordered by the client.
Create a Revenue Goal
First, create a Revenue goal. You can do this from the "Experience Summary" of your experiment:
Select Manual Revenue Tracking:
Copy JS code into your website
<script> window._conv_q = window._conv_q || ; window._conv_q.push(["pushRevenue",revenue,products_cnt,goal_id]); </script>
In the above code you need to replace the following fields with the actual values:
- Revenue: revenue using 123.45 (dot as cent divider)
- Product Count (number of products in the cart): products_cnt
- Parameter goal_id is automatically filled in with the ID of the goal once you have saved the goal.*
Allow Multiple Transactions
<script> window._conv_q = window._conv_q || ; window._conv_q.push(["pushRevenue",revenue,products_cnt,goal_id,"force_multiple"]); </script>
Conversion Rate Report
Revenue per Visitor Report
Average Product per Visitor Report