This tutorial will teach you how to embed goals on your website and trigger them automatically or manually.
- Giosg script is installed on your website that you wish to track
- You should have at least one goal configured.
While the visitor is browsing a website¶
When the visitor arrives on your site we can setup the call to the Visitor Identifier API (For example:
_giosg('visitor', 'setIdentifier', 'customer-12345')). This is done so that we can automatically tag goals for these identities. These are automatically saved by Giosg and are used to create a goal event for that particular visitor and session at a later point. Rules are then triggered for the visitor which are saved by Giosg.
At a later time¶
The visitor can do something that triggers the goals setup on the customers website, one or multiple goals can be tracked using the External Goal Match API. This API needs a Goal, a list of room UUIDs, and the visitor Identifier setup in the previous step (Eg.
This process is a little different, you embed these goals on your website with the Goal Match API. You can created a goal like:
_giosg('goal', 'matches', '2870f654-c6a7-11e6-8a67-60f81db030fe');. With these goals you can (For example) later fetch how many people have seen a product.
In this tutorial we have learnt how to work with Goals. If you have more questions feel free to E-Mail
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