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According to recent reports, retail revenue from Google Shopping grew 52 percent year-on-year in Q1 of 2016. So how, exactly, is that not working for ecommerce retailers? Of course, it’s undeniable that Google Shopping is turning into an enormous beast.
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Google Analytics can be mind-boggling, even if you are only managing a website of few pages. Unending features, dropdowns, and filters make the task of analyzing traffic and site metrics challenging, especially for newbies. So, you can very well imagine what entrepreneurs who launch ecommerce stores with thousands of product pages go through while working with Analytics.
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You‘ve likely heard the term, but what exactly is e-commerce tracking? In short, it‘s a feature on Google Analytics that allows you to track online transactions on e-commerce websites. It provides detailed analytical data to help establish the right path to maximum ROI. E-Commerce tracking even lets you see online traffic sources to improve your conversions.
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