Saturday, February 7

Installing Google Analytics for Your Etsy Shop




If you are an Etsy shop owner you know how we have been waiting for this day.. The day Etsy provides stats for our Etsy shops... The above video tutorial will show you step by step how to install Google Analytics for your Etsy shop. It also explains how to set up your Google account if you are a new user. This is also a preview of what is to come on my New site Handmadeology. Handmadeology is the science of handmade. This is an interactive video with links.. watch for the Handmadeology link at 3:22 on the video.. be sure to give it a click!

Once you have Google Analytics installed take a look at this video HERE. In this video I explain some of the many uses for Google Analytics. You will also want to check this screenshot tutorial out...HERE. I explain of to find what time of day you should renew items on Etsy!

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18 comments:

Mics AKA Lunatiger said...

i just wanted to say thanks for all the wonderful advice you've given us. I know that you've been busy setting all these tutorials for us, as well as running your shop, as well as maintain all those sites that you have. You're pretty much Superman Etsy style, aren't you...Keep it up.

timothy said...

you are very welcome! I love helping this community!

Sara LeeAnn said...

Thanks so much for the tutorial, Tim. This is going to be so incredibly beneficial!

storybeader said...

I look at my Google Analytics a lot now - thank you, it's so much fun. But where are you suppose to paste that code in, to follow a blog or website? Haven't figured that one out yet!

TERI REES WANG said...

So smart of you to post an actual "how to" video! Big Thanks.

timothy said...

storybeader

for your blog.. if it is a blogger blog.. you want to out the code in html widget on the bottom of your blog!

Go2Girl Designs by Kila said...

Thank you Timothy! Love reading your posts. They are always informative. Handmadeology looks like it will be fantastic!

SewDanish-Scandinavian Textile Art said...

Thank you for letting me know through FB, that you had posted this tutorial. Very informative. Have a great day.
Birgitte http://www.SewDanish.etsy.com
Scandinavian Textile Art, Unique Handmade Supplies

Kim said...

Thanks! I've been using Google Analytics to track visitors to my blogs for awhile but didn't know it was available yet for Etsy. Great news and great tute!

BTW, it might help newbies to have a link to an explanation of what Google Analytics is and what it can do for them.

Tialey Vintage Clothing said...

Thanks for the message through FB regarding this video tutorial. Looking forward to Handmadeology!

Cathleen
http://tialeyvintage.etsy.com

LilianaBead said...

This is terrific!
Thanks, Tim
I've had a google analytics account for a while and I have yet to learn how to use it properly.
Happy New Year :)

Pfeiffer Photos said...

This was helpful and pleasant to watch. Your voice is calm and you sound assured--which, in turn, assures us that you are competant to lead and teach. The video froze halfway through for me but I already use Google Analytics so I was mainly watching to give you feedback on the tute.

Looking forward to future installments of Handmadeology!

Thanks,
Tina Pfeiffer
Pfeiffer Photos
pfeifferphotos.etsy.com
pfeifferphotos.blogspot.com

Sylvie Van Hulle said...

Thanks so much for the tutorial. It's very nice how you show us everything step by step!

Marina said...

Thanks so much, Tim! I'd have no idea how to do this without your tutorial.

Alterity said...

thank you so much for selfishly sharing all your traffic secrets! You are wonderful to the handmade community!

Danielle said...

thanks! this tutorial made it a breeze to set up

jemimalumley said...

Thanks so much for your simple and coherent tutorial!

Impossibly Cute said...

Thank You so much! I've been learning a lot from you! You are so incredibly kind in posting this, and you always explain things in a simple smart way!

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