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June 27, 2012 at 2:53 pm #13690
Just following up on a previous thread, here: http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/google-analytics-event-tracking#post-49325
Angular is fantastic, but tracking content properly into web analytics is a challenge.
In js/avia.js, after line 564 (i.e. at the bottom of the success function) I’ve added this
// GA function
The result is that portfolio views are tracked into GA as a pageview, e.g. like this
where 1234 is the ID of the portfolio item in WordPress, and /work is the page that the user is on when they view the portfolio preview.
I’ve then added a filter to GA for each portfolio item:
Custom > Advanced
Field A -> Extract A (.*)/1234(.*)
Field B -> Extract B [leave blank]
Output To -> Constructor $A1/portfolio-item-stub$A2
Field A Required Yes
Field B Required No
Override Output Field Yes
This rewrites /work/1234 as /work/portfolio-item-stub in the GA content reports.
The tracking behaviour that my placement of the tracking call in avia.js produces is this:
– when you first load a portfolio item, a tracking call is fired [great]
– if you close the preview , nothing happens [if you think about the user journey and the way the user sees things, I think this is fine]
– if you load a different item, that second item causes a pageview to be tracked [great]
– if you go back to an item that you previously loaded, a second pageview is NOT tracked [mmm I’d prefer it if another call was fired]
– if you use the arrow buttons to move to the next portfolio preview, it tracks [great]
I hope this is helpful for others. It would be good to get some advice on how I can make my pageview call fire when the same item is viewed a second time; and if there’s a way of tracking the item stub directly to GA, instead of having to maintain all those GA filters.
KevinJune 27, 2012 at 4:04 pm #80184
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