With AdRotate Professional you can easily track Impressions and Clicks using Google Analytics Events.
For most banner images, and many HTML5/iFrame ads, AdRotate Professional can collect clicks and impressions and send them to Google Analytics. Select which tracker you want to use in AdRotate Pro > Settings > Stats.
If you’re Google Analytics you should already have a tracking tag on your site somewhere. AdRotate Professional uses this code to send events to Google Analytics for adverts.
Google has several ways to track stats, the most recent method is through what they call a Global Tag used for Google Analytics 4. Another popular option is to use Google Tag Manager. And an older way is to use an older version of the Global Site Tag, though while similar in name with Global Tag these are not compatible or interchangeable with each other – Not in AdRotate anyway.
Check out the installation guides here:
- Install Global Tag for Google Analytics 4
- Install and Set up Google Tag Manager
- Install Global Site Tag (depreciated)
Enable Statistics for Adverts
To see stats for your adverts, you simply enable the checkbox when editing or creating your advert and AdRotate does the rest.
Instead, adverts that have Statistics enabled will show a little icon on the right in AdRotate Pro > Manage Adverts.
To see your statistics you go to your Google Analytics account where the stats are available in several places.
- Realtime -> Events -> AdRotatePro (GA4)
- Custom reports you make yourself in your GA4 dashboard
In GA4 in the Realtime dashboard Events show up like this:
Or in older Analytics versions stats show up in:
- Realtime -> Events -> Adverts
- Behavior -> Events -> Adverts
Stats in Google Analytics will look something like this:
If you click the Adverts Event, you may see something like this:
Note: The stats in Behavior are delayed one day (24 hours). Most free/non-professional accounts of Google Analytics have this delay. If stats show up in Realtime, the same stats will eventually show up in Behavior.