Once you get your Podia site up and running, you may want to track visitors and also sales you make through the platform!

Connecting a Google Analytics tracking code is super easy and can be done within a few clicks. This will allow you to track visitors and sales for your Podia site.

Please note: While we’re happy to help with any issues taking place on our end, we aren’t able to access your accounts with those other tools, which limits the support we can offer. We encourage reaching out directly to the third-party tools for help getting them working.

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Installing a Google Analytics tracking code

To set up those analytics, follow the steps below:

Step 1: Register for a Google Analytics account if you haven't already.

Step 2: Locate your Measurement ID in Google Analytics. These should begin with a “G-”.

Step 3: From within your Dashboard, click on your avatar in the top right-hand corner (there's an arrow that should open a dropdown menu when you click on it).

When the dropdown opens, click on "Site settings" within the dropdown menu.

Step 4: Once inside the settings tab, click on the Analytics tab.

Next, type (or paste) in your code within the "Google Analytics Tracking ID" area.

Step 5: When you're ready, click "Save changes".


FAQ

A note for advanced users

Your Podia storefront uses a named tracker, tutorTracker, for Google Analytics. To learn about more sophisticated Google Analytics usage with Podia, see our article on installing advanced analytics.

For any advanced account setup, visit Google Support.

If you have any issues (or still have questions) about how to track visitors to your Podia site, you can reach out to us at [email protected] or click the icon below.

What if I’m still using a UA- tracking code?

You’ll need to update your tracking code to the new G- measurement ID. You can follow the steps described here.


If you have any issues (or still have questions) about how to track visitors to your Podia site, you can reach out to us at [email protected] or click the icon below.

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