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Missing E-commerce Data
When the ecommerce tracking is set up, ecommerce data could miss from your reports.
In order to fix this inconsistency:
- Make sure Ecommerce is enabled within the ecommerce setting of the View;
- Make sure Google Analytics tracking code is properly allocated on the receipt page. The receipt page must include the tracking code from the correct analytics account.
Different data in Analytics report than in shopping cart service
As reported by Support.Google, the reasons why your shopping cart may have inconsistencies ( different data) than your Google Analytics report, can be different:
- Your shopping cart may be configured to report data in a different time zone than your Google Analytics report;
E.G. Your shopping cart may be configured to report on eastern standard time meanwhile your Google Analytics report are configured on Pacific standard time.
- Your reports can be off if you set up your Analytics E-commerce tracking in the middle of the day.
- Keep in mind that all the transactions executed before the implementation of the Analytics Tracking do not appear in the Analytics Reports. Obviously these transactions appear in the shopping cart reports.
- The Google Analytics Ecommerce Tracking code may not properly set up.
- The reversed/cancelled transactions don’t appear in the reports. The transactions with a value of 0 are not reported
Reverse an E-commerce transaction
You can reverse an E-commerce transaction when an order is not completed or is disallowed. In this way, you can ensure that your Google Analytics reports provide accurate value and quantity information.
To reverse an order or transaction it must be created and loaded a duplicate receipt page that contains the transaction we want to cancel with the following negative values:
- Transaction Total;
- Item quantity
When you reverse an E-commerce transaction, check that:
- You are using the same transaction ID for the transaction and item-form data as the one you used for the original purchase.
- The value for the total field in your transaction is negative.
- The item field has a positive per-unit price and a negative quantity.
- Tax or shipping charges that were credited back are shown as negative values in the respective fields in the transaction-form data.
Reversing a transaction doesn’t remove it: both the positive and negative transaction are considered in the transaction count.
Goal Tracking versus E-commerce tracking
keep in mind if you do use Ecommerce tracking in Google Analytics: Goal conversion is different than an Ecommerce transaction.
During a session a goal conversion(e.g. an event goal) can only be counted once in despite of an E-commerce transaction can be counted multiple times.
Events are users interactions with a content that can be tracked independently from a webpage or a screen load. In the list below it’s possible to cast a glance over the most common actions you migh want to track as event:
- Mobile and clicks
- Flash elements
- Ajax Embedded Elements
- Video plays
Once the tracking code set up is completed, data appears in the event reports in the behavior category.
Since the beginning the Marketing studies involve in a proper analysis of the consumer’s behaviour.
in order to release the perfect product or service, able to effectively satisfy the consumer’s expectations it’s so important anticipate their needs. Understanding the seasonalty or the baseline of a purchase pattern, or rating the performance of the perfomance developing a benchmark analysis help the marketer to figure out what effectively consumer needs, but they don’t know already!
There are two core analysis techiques :
- The Segmentation
- The Contest
Observing the aggregated data helps you to understand how the general behaviour trends change overtime (e.g. purchase pattern) in order to identify the reason why behind.
Segmentation proceeds the opposite, segmentation allows the isolation and consequently the subset analysis of the data.
It’s pretty common developing a data segmentation by marketing channel for recognizing the profictability of the investments executed in each marketing channel.
The most important data segments to consider are:
- By date –>Baseline
- By Device
- By Marketing Channel
- By Geography
Google Analytics allows to create and to customize all the data segments you consider important for your website.
You can choose between predefined segments ( e.g. direct traffic, paid search traffic, ecc) or create your relevant data segment.
According to view the predefined segments you have to click on the traffic overview in the Audience report section.
The default segment showed by Google Analytics is “All visits”, but the user are able to insert other kind of segments in this section, therefore it can suddenly see how the behaviour of a certain segment of users is acting.
As showed in the picture aside “All visits” there’s an arrow, click on it in order to choose or create a new user segment.
Looking only at the users behaviour doesn’t tell all the necessary informations in order to figure out how we are doing our job.
It ‘s so usefull wondering about: Is there someone else working better than me? Why am I performing lower than the previous year ?
The contest or the Benchmark analysis brings the answers we are looking for because they compare our performance in the time and with the competitor.
The contest can be:
Externally contest helps you to understand how you perform relative to the other businesses similar to yours.
Internally contest allows you to set expectations based on your hystorical perfomance.
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