Page Analytics

In this article, you will learn about the Page Analytics from version 3.18.0.
By using the page analytics, you will have a general view on the page’s performances and how PageFly pages help you grow fast and gain more sales. Moreover, visualizing metrics helps you to take an overall look at the numbers and see how your pages are improved or not from a day to another day and contribute to making your business decision making better.

How does Page Analytics work?Click to copy

PageFly uses cookies to collect data for the Page Analytics feature and without your consent, it won’t work. Therefore, if you want to activate this feature, choose the Analytics button on the left menu bar of PageFly dashboard. If you are disabling the Analytics, there will be a notification message which will direct you to Open Analytics Settings to enable it.

After choosing to Open Analytics and Enable Page Analytics, you will be directed to set up for your Analytics. You can choose to Enable Revenue Tracking, set up the default length for one session, and choose your Timezone for better tracking accuracy. 

NEXT, click Save. 

To know more about PageFly’s Privacy Policy, you can check it here.

What can be measured?Click to copy

6 key metrics

PageFly provides 6 key metrics to analyze page’s performance as the demonstration below:


What to be tracked

Add To CartThe percentage of sessions which have Add to Cart actions from visitors. 
Conversion RateThe average percentage of sessions which have visitors clicking on trackable CTAs on the page.
Product ViewsThe percentage of sessions which have visitors clicking and redirecting to the Product page from the page.
VisitorsThe total number of unique users visited the page.
SessionsThe total sessions that customers visitors spent on the page. 
RevenueThe total amount of revenue generated by the page.

Add a tracking ID in the page editor

In the page editor, you can add a tracking ID for any elements. Each element should be given a different ID so PageFly can separately show that tracked data of that element.

You can set the tracking ID for PageFly Event in the editor by clicking on one element > go to the General tab > scroll down to Tracking > type any tracking ID that is good for you > Save and Publish.

Page Analytics

On the Analytics page, it will show the percentage of conversion for that element in the name of the ID you have set before.

This percentage of conversion rate here is the average number of clicks over the number of visitors on the page.

Page Analytics

About Tracking SessionClick to copy

An individual session for a given user ends either after a specific time, according to your set up, or when it has reached the end of a day.

By default, on the 1st of every month, you will have 50,000 tracking sessions available.

If you have more than 50,000 sessions a month, then when the tracking session is 5000 left,  there will be a notification message which directs you to Buy More sessions. Please check the photo to know about the notification message. Please note that this message only shows when your sessions reach 5,000.

It costs 5 US$ for one purchase to get 50,000 more sessions.

You can always View sessions package purchase history by heading to Settings in the Dashboard > Billing > One-time Charge.

In addition, you can Disable Page Analytics any time you want to. PageFly System will record all session logs whenever you Enable and then Disable it. The session logs will record the start time – end time of each tracking period and total sessions in that tracking period.

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