Google Analytics is a popular analytics tool that helps you track a customer’s purchases.
It allows you to identify, analyze, and analyze transactions between customers and products.
It can help you identify trends in your customers buying behavior.
But, it can also be used to track sales activity, which is why Google Analytics has been a hot topic recently.
Here are some of the most common uses of Google Analytics:To track sales and transactions between users and products:Google Analytics can track sales from both online and offline sources, which can be particularly useful if you have multiple websites or businesses with the same online customer base.
In this scenario, you can use Google to track the sale between each site’s visitors.
For tracking online purchases between different online stores:This is a particularly useful use case for Google Analytics because the two stores are in direct competition.
For example, if you sell a lot of electronics at the same store, you may want to track both the online sales and the physical sales.
You can use the Google Analytics tool to track online purchases by using the “Customers” and “Purchase” fields.
You can also track sales between the different stores by using “Online Purchases” and the “Other Sales” fields, which are both fields that contain the names of different customers who have made purchases in the store.
For track-to-customer sales tracking:This method is often used when you have many customers who are also buying online.
To track this type of activity, you will need to add the “Buy Now” field to each of the sales you track.
For each customer who has made a purchase in a store, Google Analytics will display a chart with a bar at the bottom of the chart that indicates which sales were made in the previous 24 hours.
For every customer who made a sales in the last 24 hours, Google will display the bar in the chart.
To track the total amount of online purchases:You can also use Google’s “Online” field, which contains the word “Total,” to track all online sales in a given period.
You should also add the field “Payment” to track any payments made in an online transaction.
The “Payments” field contains the information about the transaction.
For instance, if the customer made a payment in cash, the total value will be “2.”
If the customer bought something with a credit card, the value will also be “1.”
The “Total” field is displayed for all transactions.
For other types of online transactions, including purchases made in stores:When tracking a purchase that involves a physical sale, Google can use both “Online Sales” and similar “Pay” fields to display the information.
For this reason, the “Online Purchase” field can be used if you want to look at the total number of transactions that are made online.
For measuring sales between different stores, you should add the fields “Location” and/or “Store Name.”
For instance:If you want a breakdown of the number of sales between two different locations, you might want to add “Store #1” to the “Total Sales” field.
If you want more detail on how many sales were completed in the location, add “Total Number of Sales Completed” to “Location.”
For measuring how much money a customer spent in a single day:Google’s “Payday” field displays the number that the customer spent on their purchase.
For some types of transactions, like those made in a physical store, the amount of money spent will be displayed on the chart as a percentage.
For other types, like purchases made online, the chart displays the total price paid for the purchase, which will be an accurate representation of how much a customer paid for their purchase in the past 24 hours or over the course of a week.
For estimating the total sales made on your website or app:When you want the total total number, or percentage, of sales made to a specific customer, add the site or app’s “Total Orders” field and use the “Customer” and”Amount” fields if applicable.
For examples of these fields, use the example below:To measure how much an individual customer spends on a particular purchase, use “Total Cost” as the field.
For an example, use a screenshot of the “Daily” field for the customer below:For measuring the amount spent in different types of products:When the “Price” field includes the words “Price,” “Total Price,” “Pay,” “Amount,” or “Total”, Google Analytics displays the “Amount” field as a number, such as “1.99” or “1,099.”
If you are tracking an individual purchase, add this field to the price field.
For reporting trends:If Google Analytics shows you a trend that is a concern, you could use the field to track that particular trend.
For these purposes, you would create a chart that contains the “Trends” field displayed in the “Overall” field of the bar at bottom of each chart