How to Use Google Analytics Tracking With Airbit

If you are new to Google Analytics, please have a read of this tutorial to learn the basics, and how to set up your account. Google Analytics integration is available with the Platinum Producer Package to track your HTML5 Music Store.

If you have a free account, you can upgrade

To integrate your Google Analytics account with Airbit, follow these steps:

  1. Head to Dashboard > Music Stores > Analytics/tracking.

  2. Copy your Tracking ID and Default Url you have specified in the Property Settings (these can be found in your Google Analytics Admin section under Property Settings) and enter into the corresponding boxes on Airbit.

  3. Click Save
  4. Once your code has been generated, copy the code onto every page (in the coding) that you are displaying your music store on your website. You must enter this code between your <code> tags, preferably right before the final </code> tag on each page.

If you're using the Infinity Store as a website, or redirecting users to a full page HTML store (i.e. not embedding either of these on an existing website), you do not need to take step 4, as you will not have an area to enter the code.

Google Analytics 4

For Google Analytics 4, you may need to take additional steps to ensure cross domain tracking works correctly when embedding your store on your website. To do this:

  1. In Google Analytics, click Admin in the left-hand sidebar, then Data Streams and select your Web Data Stream


  2. Scroll down and click More Tagging Settings.
  3. Click Configure your domains in the new window 
  4. Click Add Condition and enter "" in the Domain field
  5. Save your changes

With Google Analytics now incorporated into your website, you can track almost everything that your visitors are doing when using your HTML5 music stores.

In your Google Analytics account, in Behaviour > Events you'll be able to see what your visitors are doing when using you music store. This includes beats being added to the cart, beat plays, shares, etc.

You can also keep an eye on your conversions in the Conversions section. This will show you how many visitors are actually converting into paying customers, and will give you valuable information to help you improve your business.

PLEASE NOTE: You will need to enable Ecommerce in your Google Analytics settings to receive sales data.

To do this:

  • In the VIEW column, select Ecommerce Settings.
  • Click the Enable Ecommerce toggle ON.
  • Optional: Click the Enable Related Products toggle ON.
  • Click Next step.
  • Click Submit.

You can view a full guide to setting up Ecommerce here

You can find more help on Google Analytics here



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