Google Analytics

If you are a Pro customer, then you can use Google Analytics to track a user's progress through the SpeedRFP process.

Create a new Web Property

This system works best if you create a new Web Property within Google Analytics. This will give you a unique web property id that can be used with SpeedRFP.
  • Sign into Google Analytics, or create an account.
  • For users with multiple accounts, select the account you want to track SpeedRFP with in the dropdown menu under Google Analytics > Admin > Account.
    NOTE: It's not necessary to create a new analytics account if you already have one for your website. Just create a new Web Property under your existing account.
  • To create a new account, select "Create new account" in the dropdown menu under the Google Analytics > Admin > Account.
  • Fill in the following details:
    • Account Name: SpeedRFP Tracking
    • Web Property Name: SpeedRFP
    • Website's URL: https://speedrfp.com
    • Industry Category (optional) Choose One
    • Time zone: Your local time zone.
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Web Property ID

Enter your SpeedRFP web property, and click the Tracking ID menu item under Google Analytics > Admin > Property > Tracking Info > Tracking Code. You should see your Tracking ID: UA-XXXXXXX-XX. That is the code SpeedRFP will need to connect Google Analytics to your SpeedRFP web form.

Goal & Funnel Visualization

To better gauge how people use your SpeedRFP form, you can set up goals. Goals will track how many people reach the SpeedRFP confirmation page. Once a SpeedRFP goal is created, you can view a funnel to view how many people use each page leading to the goal.

Quick Setup Instructions:

  • To automatically create a Google Analytics goal with the correct settings for tracking SpeedRFP submissions, simply click the link below:
View the entire Goal/Funnel configuration

Viewing Goal & Funnel Results

Goal results should appear within 24 hours.
  • Visit Google Analytics > Home and your select your newly created "Speed RFP Tracking" web property ("All Web Site Data") to view your analytics.
  • To view traffic, click on Behavior > Site Content > All Pages
  • To view goals, click on Conversions > Goals > Overview
  • To view a conversion funnel, click on Conversions > Goals > Funnel Visualization

Notes & Troubleshooting:

Goals are a good gauge of usage, but not always perfect. For example, users can start their SpeedRFP using our widget on your website but then decide to finish it later. It's possible they will return to SpeedRFP.com to finalize & submit their proposal. When this happens, the user will not be tracked in this goal or under your Google Analytics account.

Additionally, If you use custom google analytics filters they can cause problems with goal reporting. For example, if you append the hostname to the beginning of your analytics using custom filters you might need to preface each of your goal steps with 'speedrfp.com' to ensure that each step is tracked properly.

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