Analytics data is a crucial factor for any online business which uses a website, which of course is pretty much all nowadays. It will help you understand how users are perceiving your website and identify if there are any hindrances to a smooth user experience. You can use Google Analytics to know who visits your site, when they visit and also, how they are interacting with it. You can find more specific data from an eCommerce store that will offer actionable insights to enhance conversions as well. If you have a WordPress WooCommerce site, you can integrate Google analytics tracking to monitor your site performance. Here I take a look at how you can add Google Analytics tracking code to your WordPress WooCommerce site.
I personally love data and analytics tools.But here’s the straight truth: you need a lot less than the analytics industry wants you to believe.Most experts will try to convince you that you need an analytics tool for everything.