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Google Analytics not recording any traffic #3647

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brnrc opened this Issue Aug 17, 2013 · 1 comment

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brnrc commented Aug 17, 2013

I've set the GA code as per this guide http://xd3v.com/woocommerce-and-google-analytics-ecommerce-setup/. I'm using the Neighborhood's theme, and I also did the modifications pointed by the same blog post as well.
After waiting for more than 30h there is still no traffic (my site has around 1k visits/month).

www.sonhodeconsumostore.com.br

Will the woocommerce's google analytics integration only show traffic related to purchases? Or will it also show simple visits, to the homepage for example, too?

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GA in WooCommerce can track page views if the option "Add tracking code to your site's footer. You don't need to enable this if using a 3rd party analytics plugin." is enabled.

If thats disabled, like in that guide, you'll need another plugin to track page views.

eCommerce tracking is the one which tracks purchases.

If the Neighborhood theme is commenting out action hooks btw, its doing it wrong! They should not be doing this - in fact, they should only override templates as a last resort.

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mikejolley commented Aug 19, 2013

GA in WooCommerce can track page views if the option "Add tracking code to your site's footer. You don't need to enable this if using a 3rd party analytics plugin." is enabled.

If thats disabled, like in that guide, you'll need another plugin to track page views.

eCommerce tracking is the one which tracks purchases.

If the Neighborhood theme is commenting out action hooks btw, its doing it wrong! They should not be doing this - in fact, they should only override templates as a last resort.

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