1. Log in to your Google Analytics account and go to the Admin tab -> Tracking Info -> Tracking Code.
2. Copy your global site tag – gtag.js. It should look like similarily to the one presented below.
If you implemented the code correctly, GA will be tracking data on your landing page immediately after adding it. The full data appears in GA reports after about 24 hours, while active users on the landing page are visible in the Real-time tab.
You can validate the implementation of the code on your landing page using the Google Tag Assistant.
Remember that adding the gtag is just the first step that allows you to integrate the landing page with your GA account. If you want to track conversions or other events, read more.
To track the conversion rate on your landing page (correctly completed forms) in GA, you should set the appropriate conversion goal in Google Analytics. We recommend tracking conversions on the thank you page, to which the user is redirected once he correctly completes the form. If you’re using the default thank you page that has a unique hash, you will need a regular expression for that.
1. Log in to your Google Analytics account and go to the Admin tab -> Goals. Click + NEW GOAL button to create a new goal.
2. In the first step Goal set-up, select a custom goal and move on. In the second step Goal description, name your goal and select the Destination type, then go to the last step.
3. In the last step Goal details, select Regular expression from the drop-down menu. If you use the default thank you page with the dynamic URL (changing hash), enter the empty field as “/ send?hash”. Finally, click Save.
NOTE: If you have your own, custom thank you page, select the Equal to from the drop-down menu and paste the appropriate URL of your page.