It natural that you would like to know about the amount of traffic coming to your event. You can view this on your eventflavour website using the Google analytics tool. It is easy and simple. This can be done with the eventflavours tracking pixels tool for Google Universal Analytics.
All you’ll need to do is to copy your event page URL from the eventflavour and paste it into a new property in your google analytics account. Also copy the tracking id. The you may go to the Manage events page on your eventflavour account and select “Tracking Pixels“. Now paste the tracking id you copied from the analytics account to enable tracking for your event.
The classic google analytics will be obsolete in the near future. So we highly recommend you to upgrade to Universal Google analytics. So, upgrade your account within Google Universal analytics and start setting up your tracking pixels with eventflavours.
Now back to the eventflavour website, login with your credentials and through your dashboard, navigate to the “Manage Events” page.
Select the event you want the analysis for and copy its url.
Login to your Google Analytics dashboard, select the Admin from the menu at the top of your dashboard.
You need to create a new property for your eventflavour event tracking. So, from the dropdown under property, choose the “Create new property” option. A new section called “New Property” will appear.
You will be able to track all other events through a single property if you choose “All Events“. To create a new property Google Universal Analytics will need the website name and website URL.
Website name can be anything you like. It will be the name for your property. (Basically, the event name will be a good choice here). For the website URL, you will have to paste the event url that you copied from the eventflavour.
Click the get tracking id to get the tracking id for your new property, i.e your event. This will generate the tracking id. Copy this tracking id.
Navigate to manage event page at your eventflavour dashboard. Select “Tracking Pixels” under analyze.
Under the tracking pixels menu, select the “Google Universal Analytics“. This will take you to a new window.
Paste the tracking id you obtained at the Google Analytics dashboard. You can apply it to one event(this event) or all events.
Be careful that the changes you make are not saved automatically. You must make sure that you press the “save” button to integrate the eventflavour event with Google Analytics. The engagement data can be found back at your google analytics dashboard.
Ensure that the Google analytics is working and showing the data. You can place an order and check with your Google Universal analytic account to see that the events are recorded. If there’s some problem and it doesn’t show you the changes, double check the tracking id.
Once you’re done with these steps, google analytics will start analyzing the traffic on your event/s on eventflavour.