By Attributio | December 5, 2018
Send Revenue Data To Google Analytics
In the Part 1 of Measuring Roi With Salesforce and Google Analytics, we provided a step by step guide on configuring Google Analytics and setting up a Web-to-lead form with Salesforce and getting all of that configured on your website. In this post, we’re going to set Salesforce up to send revenue data to Google Analytics
Configure remote site settings in Salesforce
- Navigate to Setup > Settings > Security > Remote Site Settings and create a new setting
- Create new setting as seen below:
Create Apex Class in Salesforce
We’re going to need to create an Apex class to handle our get requests to Google Analytics via the Measurement Protocol. Keep in mind that the client id is a required field and revenue data sent without this field will not be registered in Google Analytics.
Go to Setup > Developer Console > File > New > Apex Class and create a new class with an invocable method with invocable variables that sends a get request to Google Analytics with the varialbes that we will map from our Opportunity.
Now navigate to Setup > Platform Tools > Process Automation > Process Builder and create a new process. You can create an action that will be triggered when an Opportunity is Won and map the fields of that opportunity to the Apex Class that we just created as shown below:
And that’s it. Now you can send revenue data to Google Analytics every time your sales agents close a deal and you can do a detailed cost analysis based on your advertising campaigns and even identify the most profitable keywords to really take your marketing efforts to the next level.
If you would like to download a package for Salesforce, reach out to us and we will send you a link to install the package and that you can demo along with documentation to complete the configuration process.
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