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Google Analytics course is up-to-date as of NOV 2016!
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This course is for Udemy instructors like you who want to learn how to set up Google Analytics to track visits, page views, and conversions for your Udemy course.
Don't worry if you haven't used Google Analytics before. In this course, you'll see everything you need to set up Google Analytics to get accurate data.
This course is very focused on Google Analytics for Udemy courses - a step-by-step guide to setting it up, and what each of the key reports means from an instructors point of view.
In this course, you will learn:
Every day your course is on Udemy and not collecting your Analytics data, is a day missed. You can't go back in time and collect it later. So get this course today, and in less than an hour, you'll be set up in Google Analytics and seeing in real-time as viewers come to your course page, and what percentage of them buy.
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|Section 1: Getting Started with GA|
For those students who do not have a Google Account, and/or have never signed up for Google Analytics, this module covers that.
For those students who have an existing Google Analytics account, this is how you separate your Udemy traffic from your main website traffic.
I like to exclude my own IP address traffic from all reports. Here's how.
And here's how you add your unique Google Analytics tracking code to the Udemy website.
A brief description of how Google gets info from client browsers and adds it to reports.
|Section 2: Reports|
A view of the Audience reports - all about traffic.
A view of the Acquisition reports - all about traffic sources and referrals.
A view of the Behavior reports - all about content pages, and flow.
How to create your first Goal to track students going from the landing page into the checkout and purchase steps.
Import Goal from Google Analytics Gallery (*NEW* 5/2016)
Goal Screen in Detail (*Revised* 5/2016)
A view of the Conversion reports - Goals and the sales Funnel.
Intelligence Events (*NEW* Added 5/2015)
Demographics (*NEW* Added 6/2015)
Interest (*NEW* Added 6/2015)
|Section 3: Advanced Lectures|
From a student question, how do you determine which lecture in your course relates to which number in the Google Analytics reports?
How to create the Google Analytics source, medium and campaign tags for your course link, so that those clicks can be viewed separately in your traffic reports.
Advanced Level 3 - How to Create an Affiliate Link for Your Own Course
Advanced Level 4 - What If You Have More than One Course?
Advanced Level 7 - How Do I Know Udemy is Advertising for My Course?
Advanced Level 8 - Excluding Referrals and Referral Spam
|Section 4: Bonus Lectures|
Hi there, my name is Scott Duffy and I've been teaching on Udemy for 2 years now.
More than 25,000 students have enrolled in one of my courses. I am forever grateful to everyone who has chosen to learn from me.
I have spent the last two years studying how Udemy works. Every day, I search for courses, and have devoted more thousands of hours to figuring out how the Udemy search algorithm works and what makes a successful course topic. My courses on SEO, topic selection and course marketing all come from my experience as a keen observer, using documented research, and through my own experience as a successful instructor.