FAQs About Google Analytics
If you have any questions? A few of the most general questions that Google Analytics generates.
- How do I give someone access to my Google Analytics data?
You are not required to provide your Google account information to anyone who requires access to your Google Analytics data. Simply go to your Admin menu and select the User Management menu under the Account, Property (Website), or View you want others to see.
From there, you can enter the email address of someone you want to see your Google Analytics data and choose the permissions you want them to have.
- I love looking at Google Analytics files. Could you please summarise the data for me?
Yes, indeed! Quill Engage is a service that will summarise your Google Analytics data into an easy-to-read report for you. Best of all, it’s completely free for up to ten profiles (websites). I prefer that you pay for this service as you are running a business.
- What do I do if I have more than one Website?
In this case, you have two choices. To begin, navigate to Google Analytics’ Home page. There’s a list of all the websites there, as well as a rundown of the top metrics—sessions, average session time, bounce rate, and conversion rate.
You may also look at company dashboard solutions such as Cyfe. For $19 a month, you can build an unlimited number of dashboards with an unlimited number of widgets, including data from Google Analytics, data from your social media networks, keyword rankings, Audrey Anderson World stats, and more.
This approach greatly decreases the amount of time you spend looking at analytics for your entire company.
- Where can I Find the Information On My Organic Keywords?
Google’s method of preserving search engine users’ privacy by concealing the keywords they used to locate your Website in search results is (not provided). Google Webmaster Tools (free), Authority Lab’s Now Provided Reports (paid), and Hittail (paid) will all help you find some of those keywords.
They will not be linked to your conversions or other Google Analytics reports, but they will give you some insight into the keywords searchers use to find your Website.
- How I create and deliver custom reports, as well as dashboards and segments
The next stage of Google Analytics is allowing you to create custom reports, dashboards, and segments.
In the Custom Reports section (above the other reports), you can construct reports that look identical to standard GA reports, but with extra metrics, you want to be included.
Dashboards allow you to display your Google Analytics data in a graphical format. You will locate them at the very top of the left sidebar.
By implementing your unique dimensions, you can show your Google Analytics data based on a specific country. You can also equate traffic from the United States and Great Britain, traffic from computers and mobile devices. All of your reports should use segments.
These are cool because they’re already created for you. From the Google Solutions Gallery, you can create some pre-defined, ready-made reports and dashboards.
Find custom reports, dashboards, segments, and other solutions that suit your needs in Google Analytics. You can edit all of your own custom reports using the “Edit Reports” in the top section.
You can add widgets and customise dashboards using the ‘+’ and ‘Customise Dashboard’ buttons; respectively, You can edit segments by clicking the “Action” in the Segments box and choosing “Edit” from the drop-down menu. Alternatively, click the drop-down arrow to access the options in the Design menu and then click the Design button. With experience in Custom Reports and segments and Custom dashboards, you will create new ones.