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  1. #961
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    Default Re: Simple Google Analytics - Support

    Quote Originally Posted by mcarbone View Post
    Hi,

    I apologize if this problem was posted elsewhere, but my google analytics is no longer tracking.

    I installed the simple google analytics mod and updated my includes/templates/my_template/common/tpl_main_page with this code:



    I also updated the admin with the google account number and tested. Everything worked fine at that point. Since then I have had two orders that did not register with Google Analytics.

    I also have JROX installed, however that integration is in the tpl_footer.php file.

    Any feedback always immensly appretiated!

    Thank you,

    Michelle
    Google analytics JAM Affiliate Integration Instructions for Zen Cart
    ===========================================================================


    1) DELETE the directory and file found here /includes/templates/[your template directory here]/checkout_success/tpl_footer.php



    2) Open the following file:

    /includes/templates/[your template directory here]/common/tpl_main_page.php


    And replace the following code at the bottom of the page

    PHP Code:
    <?php
    require($template->get_template_dir('.php',DIR_WS_TEMPLATE$current_page_base,'google_analytics') . '/google_analytics.php');
    ?>

    With this code (making sure you put your actual domain name in place of "yourdomainhere.com" in the JAM AFFILIATE portion.)


    PHP Code:
    <?php
    require($template->get_template_dir('.php',DIR_WS_TEMPLATE$current_page_base,'google_analytics') . '/google_analytics.php');
    ?>
    <?php 
    if ($_GET['main_page']=="checkout_success") {

    ##########################################
    ## START JAM INTEGRATION WITH ZEN CART  ##
    ## ZC Integration code by DrByte 8/2006 ##
    ##########################################

    if (isset($zv_orders_id) && (int)$zv_orders_id && isset($order_summary) && is_array($order_summary)) {

      if (!isset(
    $_SESSION['affiliate_order_id']) || $_SESSION['affiliate_order_id'] != $zv_orders_id ) {

          
    $_SESSION['affiliate_order_id'] = $zv_orders_id;

         
    $commissionable_order_formatted number_format($order_summary['commissionable_order'], 2'.''');

         echo 
    '<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript" src="https://www.yourdomainhere.com/affiliates/sale.php?amount=' $commissionable_order_formatted '&trans_id=' $order_summary['order_number'] . '"></script>';

        }

    }

    #######################################
    ## END JAM INTEGRATION WITH ZEN CART ##
    #######################################

    // end if for determining if this was the checkout_success page.?>

    3) Save and upload the tpl_main_page.php and you're all set.

    .
    Last edited by econcepts; 22 Jul 2009 at 04:06 PM. Reason: edited for clarification
    Eric
    20 Ways to Increase Sales Using Zen Cart
    Zen Cart contribs: Simple Google Analytics, Export Shipping Information

  2. #962
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    Default Re: Simple Google Analytics - Support

    I'm getting a funny error when trying to do a site overlay. Everything else within analytics seems to be working just fine, but I need to see what people are clicking on!

    20002: Access denied. Please try relaunching site overlay from the report.

    Any idea why I'm getting this error? It's been months and no resolution.

  3. #963
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    Default Re: Simple Google Analytics - Support

    Quote Originally Posted by swamyg1 View Post
    I'm getting a funny error when trying to do a site overlay. Everything else within analytics seems to be working just fine, but I need to see what people are clicking on!

    20002: Access denied. Please try relaunching site overlay from the report.

    Any idea why I'm getting this error? It's been months and no resolution.
    You'll have to ask Google on this one. That's something that is in their control. Sounds like a permission issue. You won't be able to see what people are clicking on anyhow as the Site Overlay has a fatal flaw.

    Read this previous article I wrote about how to correct that:

    http://www.zencartoptimization.com/2...overlay-trick/
    Eric
    20 Ways to Increase Sales Using Zen Cart
    Zen Cart contribs: Simple Google Analytics, Export Shipping Information

  4. #964
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    Default Re: Simple Google Analytics - Support

    Ok, I changed to the full addresses and now my goals work great! Thank you econcepts!

    I am still not registering any sales in the eCommerce area, any ideas? I've read the instructions on Google Analytics and it refers to adding some code on the receipt page, like _addTrans() and _addItem() functions, but I don't understand this... any help?

  5. #965
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    Default Re: Simple Google Analytics - Support

    Hi econcepts,

    Thank you for your help, but it is still not working.

    I did #1 as requested below, but instead of checkout_success/tpl_footer.php, I deleted the includes/templates/[your template directory here]/templates/tpl_footer.php which is what I thought you meant.
    1) DELETE the directory and file found here /includes/templates/[your template directory here]/checkout_success/tpl_footer.php
    I then inserted the following code in /includes/templates/[my template]/common/tpl_main_page.php

    Code:
    <?php
    require($template->get_template_dir('.php',DIR_WS_TEMPLATE, $current_page_base,'google_analytics') . '/google_analytics.php');
    ?>
    <?php 
    if ($_GET['main_page']=="checkout_success") {
    
    ##########################################
    ## START JAM INTEGRATION WITH ZEN CART  ##
    ## ZC Integration code by DrByte 8/2006 ##
    ##########################################
    
    if (isset($zv_orders_id) && (int)$zv_orders_id > 0 && isset($order_summary) && is_array($order_summary)) {
    
      if (!isset($_SESSION['affiliate_order_id']) || $_SESSION['affiliate_order_id'] != $zv_orders_id ) {
    
          $_SESSION['affiliate_order_id'] = $zv_orders_id;
    
         $commissionable_order_formatted = number_format($order_summary['commissionable_order'], 2, '.', '');
    
         echo '<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript" src="https://www.medsafeglobal.com/jamaffiliates/sale.php?amount=' . $commissionable_order_formatted . '&trans_id=' . $order_summary['order_number'] . '"></script>';
    
        }
    
    }
    
    #######################################
    ## END JAM INTEGRATION WITH ZEN CART ##
    #######################################
    
    } // end if for determining if this was the checkout_success page.?>
    ..then...nada, zip, zilch after a test order was placed!



    Could it be that because the cart is on a second level heirarchy (like domain.com/cart) that it is the reason why I'm having issues? Hmmmm

    Thanks again for your help!

    Michelle

  6. #966
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    Default Add to cart goal

    Does anyone know how to set an "add to cart" goal in Google analytics? I've tried a regular expression

    /index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=.*&products_id=.*

    but this doesn't work.

    My intention is to see how many people add to their cart VS actual sales.

  7. #967
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    Default Re: Add to cart goal

    Hi paul3648,

    You can use the same funnel as I am using:

    1. /index.php?main_page=product_info <<<--- Customer views product details
    2. /index.php?main_page=shopping_cart <<<--- Customer adds product to cart
    3. /index.php?main_page=checkout_shipping
    4. /index.php?main_page=checkout_payment
    5. /index.php?main_page=checkout_confirmation
    6. /index.php?main_page=checkout_success <<<--- Goal URL

    Although as you can see a couple posts up, I had to use the full URL for these to work for me, such as:

    https://www.yourdomain.com/index.php?main_page=checkout _success

    (of course you would change to your domain, etc.)

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    Default Re: Add to cart goal

    Quote Originally Posted by iscatech View Post
    Hi paul3648,

    You can use the same funnel as I am using:

    1. /index.php?main_page=product_info <<<--- Customer views product details
    2. /index.php?main_page=shopping_cart <<<--- Customer adds product to cart
    3. /index.php?main_page=checkout_shipping
    4. /index.php?main_page=checkout_payment
    5. /index.php?main_page=checkout_confirmation
    6. /index.php?main_page=checkout_success <<<--- Goal URL
    Thanks iscatech,

    I have a functional checkout_success goal, but I'm interested to see how that compares to a separate goal where people click "Add to Cart" and then leave the site.

    I will try your first two steps, making product_info an essential step and shopping_cart the goal, but this won't record the "add to cart" clicks that are immediately abandoned. But perhaps that's nitpicking...

  9. #969
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    Default Re: Add to cart goal

    I have my site set to display the shopping cart whenever a product is added. So as far as goal tracking is concerned, it would show hits on #1 and #2 of my goal path. (This option is under Admin > Config > My Store > Display cart after adding product.

    I can see how many customers abandon at each stage of the process using the Funnel Visualization link in Google Analytics, starting from the product info page.

    To see "add to cart" vs. "sales" I think you would use a similar path to mine but start with the cart instead of product info.

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    Default Re: Simple Google Analytics - Support

    Ok new question:

    In my Google Analytics, in the top right corner I see me tracking number, UA-#######. When I got to check the tracking status I see UA-#######-3. I have also seen in other threads people using a "-1" at the end. What is the difference? Which number do I enter in the GA Config?

    I have been using just the number, but GA is not recording ecommerce sales. Could this be why?

 

 

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