How to enable Magento google analytics e-commerce tracking in 7 easy steps? Google Analytics is a useful free tool to do a bunch of important stuff like monitoring important metrics on your Magento store like traffic, conversion rates, Lifetime value, doing A/B tests, and e-commerce data tracking.

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Steps to add Google analytics to your Magento store-

  1. Login to google analytics.

  2. Click Adminmagento google analytics ecommerce tracking

  3. Click Ecommerce settingsmagento google analytics ecommerce tracking

  4. Enable Ecommerce-magento google analytics ecommerce tracking

  5. Enable enhanced Ecommerce settings and click submitmagento google analytics ecommerce tracking

  6. Go to admin-> Account settings and copy your google analytics account IDmagento google analytics ecommerce tracking

  7. Now go to Magento admin panel->System-> Configuration->Google api-> Google analytics-> enable google analytics->paste your account ID-> save

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Now your Google Analytics account should be tracking your Magento site e-commerce data.

If this doesn’t work, you could also use a free Magento google analytics extension that can do this for you.

You could also add the Google Analytics tracking code manually to all the pages of your Magento site.

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