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Track Bibblio in your Google Analytics

The fast track

Whether you are using one or several modules on your site, you may want to track how users interacting with the recommendations behave across other key metrics such as bounce rate, pages per session or average session duration.

By adding tracking parameters to your modules you will be able to see Bibblio as a Source, Medium or Campaign in your Traffic Acquisition reports, and get more visibility over your most engaging pages in the Behaviour reports. Simply navigate to Behaviour > Site Content > All Pages, add Full Referrer as a Secondary Dimension and look for Bibblio there.

How WordPress plugin users can track Bibblio using Google Analytics

  1. In your WordPress admin, navigate to the Bibblio tab and click the Modules option in the menu.

  2. In the My Modules section, click the module you wish to track.

  3. Once the module builder appears, reveal the module's extra controls by clicking Module Settings.

    Open the Module Settings via this link
    Open the Module Settings via this link
  4. Scroll down to the Manage Tracking section and click on Add new tracking parameter.

  5. If you’d like Bibblio to appear as a Source in your GA reports the Name should be utm_source and the Value whichever name you want to see appear in your reports.

  6. Add as many parameters as you want and don’t forget to click Update.

    Save your settings by clicking Update
    Save your settings by clicking Update

That’s it! You can verify it works by clicking on one of the recommendations and seeing whether the parameters are added to the destination URL.

How Quick Start code users can track Bibblio using Google Analytics

Add tracking parameters to the <div> snippet as a single string using the data-query-string-params attribute. For example:

<div class="bib--rcm-init"

To apply the change, you must redeploy the code.

Need further assistance?

Visit the Help Center or get in touch with the Bibblio team.