Google Analytics 4 Extension for Magento 2 helps you to implement GA4 tracking codes easier. You don’t need to call out for a developer or edit the source code yourself. Simply insert the GA4 and GTM tracking IDs in the admin panel and the extension will do the rest. Choose better Google Analytics 4 tracking with no technical restrictions. Anyone can add, edit and remove tags now.
Enable rich data tracking and reporting with the Magento 2 Google Analytics 4 integration. No need to wonder what events you need to track and create. This extension uses Google Tag Manager for automatic events generation. Once you enable the tracking IDs in your admin, you generate the JSON file with all the essential tags. Then you import that file into your GTM account and that’s it. Start tracking all vital store actions now!
If you don’t want people to abandon checkout on your store, you need to learn what causes them to leave. It is possible now with the robust Magento Google Analytics 4 Extension. The visualization of your checkout funnel helps you to discover the bottlenecks and act on them. Learn exactly how customers move through each step of the checkout and improve each accordingly.
To improve customer experience and boost conversions you should constantly optimize your store. Magento 2 GA4 helps you to make data-driven decisions for the best results. Follow every step of the customer's journey in your store and see what actions they take. How many customers add products to a cart or wishlist, abandon their shopping carts, create an account or finish checkout successfully? Knowing this allows you to improve the conversion funnel and customer retention.
Magento 2 Google Analytics 4 Extension with GTM also helps you to analyze the performance of your products. You can track products that get the most views, products that are usually abandoned in a cart or added to a wishlist. Besides you can measure user engagement on different product pages and analyze impressions and clicks. This gives you an insight into how you can tweak your marketing strategy and drive more customers' attention to certain products.
To determine whether your marketing campaigns are successful, you need to know how your coupons perform. With GA4 advanced reporting you can monitor coupon performance and the revenue they generate by source and medium. Track the total revenue your coupons generate or the total revenue per coupon. Improve your marketing channels based on insightful data reports.
Related products, cross-sells and up-sells are known to increase conversions when implemented properly. However, creating personalized product blocks is not enough sometimes, especially if you don’t know if they work. But now you can track that with a robust Magento 2 Google Analytics 4. Monitor product impressions in custom product blocks and increase sales accordingly.
For your marketing strategy to be successful it should take into account not only your current or new customers. You also need to focus on people who visit your website but leave without making a purchase. Our advanced solution Magento 2 GA4 supports Google Ads Dynamic Remarketing and Conversion Tracking. It enables you to show personalized ads based on products and services people visited. You can improve conversions and increase your customer base while focusing on a customer-centric approach.
One way to find out what products customers are interested in is to track product views and conversions. However, that’s not the only way. You can use this Magento 2 Google Analytics 4 Extension to track customers’ searches.
Monitor what pages customers use the search on and what medium they come from. Make optimizations, restock and start selling products your customers are eager to buy.
Your customers' account activity is as important as their browsing through your catalogue. It helps you to learn how many visitors sign up for an account daily and how many of them make purchases as guests.
Magento 2 Google Analytics 4 Extension helps you to track the login and sign-up events. You can then tweak your strategies towards building a more extensive customer base or encouraging more customers to log in before going to checkout.
Since we cater to different cases with our Magento 2 GA4 Extension, you can install the GTM code in different ways. You can go the easy way and use only the tracking IDs.
However, if you use Stape.io or any custom GTM loaders, you can use the HEAD and BODY fields to insert your scripts.
Don’t use Stape.io or any other custom GTM loaders? No worries. You can still prevent some data from being missed and use server-side tracking. Google offers you to do that using its Measurement Protocol while our GA4 Extension supports it. Everyone wins.
All you need to enable server-side tracking for your store is to specify the API Secret from your GA4 account. Besides, you can use the REST API endpoints we offer, if you have the headless PWA Storefront.
Since you don’t need to add any GMT code snippets or multiple different tags to your website source code with this GTM Extension, it loads faster. You can simply enable the deferred loading of the GTM scripts. The module will load them only after the first click, scroll or mouse touch.
Тo delays in loading the script tags and altering the customer's journey. Better data tracking with no influence on website performance. Could you ask for more?
Track important eCommerce events better with the Magefan Google Analytics 4 Extension. Improve your marketing campaigns with in-depth data reports.
Can I install Magento 2 Google Analytics 4 Extension via the composer?
Yes, you can. All our modules can be installed via the composer. Once you purchase the extension, you receive keys to the private Magefan composer repository and find the composer installation commands available in the "My Downloads" section.
Does Magento 2 support Google Analytics 4?
Yes, Magento 2 supports Google Analytics 4 along with Google Ads Conversion Tracking and Dynamic Remarketing. And our Google Analytics 4 for Magento 2 allows you to implement it without any technical knowledge.
How to integrate Google Analytics 4 with Magento 2?
To add Google Analytics 2 to Magento you need to create a GTM account and GA4 property. Then insert your Measurement ID into Stores > Configuration > Magefan Extensions > Google Tag Manager and Analytics > Google Analytics 4 > Measurement ID and save the configuration.
Can I use both Google Analytics 4 and Universal Analytics?
You could use both Universal Analytics and Google Analytics 4 for your Magento 2 store before Google announced that UA is going away on July 1. Now you need to move to GA4.