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    Question Simple question about GA goals - Track keyword conversions?


    Please tell me if this is correct. If I understand things correctly with Google analytics....

    1) I can create a goal that will track how many website visitors reach the "checkout receipt/thankyou page"

    2) Filter those visitors by keyword, so I can see what keywords are converting into sales.

    3) I do not have to add any extra code to the site, as long as I have the GA tracking code installed on the homepage and checkout/thankyou page I created the goal for.

    If someone could please confirm those three things or tell me what's wrong or what I'm missing that would be great.

    Appreciate your reply!
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    Originally Posted by ringer37

    3) I do not have to add any extra code to the site, as long as I have the GA tracking code installed on the homepage and checkout/thankyou page I created the goal for.
    You have to install the code on every page of your website (before </body> tag) which you want to track.

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