Does your website have a goal?

Does your website have a goal?

Does your website have a goal?

Are you tracking how well your users are reaching that goal?

“Conversion rate tracking”  has a reputation for being complicated but we’re really hoping to change that.

We’ve just launched conversion tracking for Statcounter and you can add your goal in just a few seconds.

Goals in Statcounter are retroactive which means you won’t need to wait for new data to come in, the results are immediate.


Your website goal can be anything from subscribing to your newsletter to completing your contact form or making a purchase.

Being able to track your conversion rate over time helps you see the effectiveness of your pages and helps you optimize your content and design for better results.

To set your goal now simply go to the “Pages” stat and click “set conversion goal”.

You can also view our guide Track Your Conversion Rate to learn more about it.

13 Comments

  1. I am lucky that my travel blog website does not have a goal! I do not sell anything, I do not have advertising on it, so I am free to do what I want. The statcounter shows me that visitors only look at any page maximum 5 seconds, so my content is no really good.

  2. Yes, I have very clear goals to make website User friendly and informative for all the users so that they can get some knowledge out of our blogs.

    Thanks

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