Tracking Contact Form 7 submissions as goals in Google Analytics.
Posted on May 31, 2018 | http://p0wel.ly/1r
Contact form 7 is one one of the most popular free contact form plugins for WordPress it can add contact forms to your website and send the submissions to an email address of your choice. One frequently asked question is how you get these form submissions to show up in Google Analytics, as this can help you better understand your conversion rates.
At this point I’m going to assume Google analytics is already set up on your site and tracking your visitors and you have Contact Form 7 installed and working on your website.
4. To set up your goals go to [Admin] [Goals] and hit the [New Goal] button. Select “Custom” and then hit [Continue]
Category Equal to Contact Form
Action Equal to Mail Sent
Label Equal to Contact Form 1 (This must match your contact form name exactly)
7. Click save and check back under [Conversions] [Goals] in about 24 hours, remember outside of the [Real Time] section Google analytics data is not live.
Andy Powell is a website specialist with 20 years experience, he is also the founder of Hack Oldham, a non profit co-working and maker space, a digital trainer and a maker of things.
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