WP send to Analytics

WP send to Analytics

WP send to Analytics helps having better data into Google Analytics: through a more accurate monitoring of user behaviour, it reduces the number of &q …

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Ratings

0

Active installs

10

Total Downloads

809

Support Threads

0

Last updated

13 July 2017

Added

30 June 2017

Versions

100%
  • Version 1.1

About WP send to Analytics

FAQ

Installation Instructions

  1. Unzip
  2. copy the folder into your wp-content/plugins folder
  3. go back to your admin panel => plugins and activate wps2a
  4. Be sure you’re already using Google Analytics script (analytics.js)
  5. That’s all. The plugin is working. If you want to monitor a custom element on your pages/posts, use the box in the right side of posts/pages to tell the plugin what to look for: if you write “#custom_selector”, the plugin will send Analytics an event type hit when user will reach an element with id=”custom_selector” attribute.

Does it work with all the Google Analytics scripts?

Nope, WP send to Analytics works with analytics.js version

What happens if I don’t use the metabox for jQuery/CSS selector?

The plugins will be monitoring the content, and will push an event on Google Analytics when the user reaches its end.

Changelog

1.1.4

1.1.3

1.1.1

1.1

1.0

How to install WP send to Analytics

  1. Unzip
  2. copy the folder into your wp-content/plugins folder
  3. go back to your admin panel => plugins and activate wps2a
  4. Be sure you’re already using Google Analytics script (analytics.js)
  5. That’s all. The plugin is working. If you want to monitor a custom element on your pages/posts, use the box in the right side of posts/pages to tell the plugin what to look for: if you write “#custom_selector”, the plugin will send Analytics an event type hit when user will reach an element with id=”custom_selector” attribute.