Google analytics goals allow you to track visitors’ paths on your website.
For example, if you have an order page, one goal may be to reach the page. Another goal may be to click on the order button.
While another goal would be to click on the upgrade button. When you set up goals you can track and optimize your pages and marketing strategies with greater accuracy.
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Google Analytics Goals Examples
Looking at Google analytic goal examples will give you ideas for creating your own goals, that you’ll be able to set up on your account.
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Google Analytics Goal Funnel
Google analytics goal funnels allow you to set up a tracking process where the user starts at one page and ends up for example on your order page.
An example of this is a user clicks on a link taking them to an infomercial style page, there are links that take the user to another more in-depth information page, from that page your goal is to get the user to the order page. This process will weed out the people that wouldn’t make a purchase and lead the qualified people to the order page.
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Google Analytics Goals Vs Events
Below, you’ll find a collection of pages I have chosen for this section outlining the differences between Goals and Events in Google Analytics.