E-commerce or lead-gen websites require a different configuration. And websites where sessions and/or conversions fluctuate enormously too. A wrong configuration gives either too few or too many messages. Think carefully about this in advance. Important to mention here are ‘ Custom segments ‘. With a ‘Custom segment’ you can filter all sessions in Analytics yourself. For example: ‘Source: Google’, ‘Medium: CPC’, ‘Country: Netherlands’. So that you look at the data of all Google Ads users from the Netherlands. You can also apply these segments within your custom notifications. It’s some extra work, but I think these segments are crucial for good notifications.
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Go to ‘Administrator’ at the bottom left of your Analytics New Zealand Phone account for your ‘Account’ > ‘View’ > ‘Property’ overview. Within ‘Property’ at the bottom, under the heading ‘Personal tools and items’, go to ‘Custom notifications’. Create custom notifications Click ‘+New Alert’ to create a custom alert. Set up Google Analytics Custom Alerts Give your notification a name and select the New Zealand Phone views you want to apply the notification to (next to the view you’re currently in). Select the period for which you want to set the notification: Day, Week or Month. Check the “Email me whe notification and add an email address if you want to send the notification to other people in addition to your own Google email address. Notification conditions Select what New Zealand Phone your notification applies to.
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For example ‘All traffic’ or Source ‘Facebook’ or country ‘New Zealand Phone’. It is unfortunately not possible to combine conditions here. For example, ‘Sessions’, ‘Goals Achieved’ or ‘Transactions’. Specify the condition. Useful examples you can set up with custom notifications New Zealand Phone in Universal Analytics It is different for every company how you can best set these notifications. No more traffic to your website Unfortunately, I often see that the tracking code from Google Analytics or Tag Manager is accidentally deleted. As a result: no more Sessions are measured.