How To Track Your Form Submissions with Google Analytics
Conversion tracking is a powerful way of analysing marketing spend and deciding where to focus all marketing efforts. When used with other strategies like improving the performance of your site and tracking other on-page clicks like the mailto link, it can be very effective in increasing your website leads. If you are new to contact forms on WordPress, read my guide on how to use Contact Form 7.
Track Your Form Submissions with Google Analytics
The first thing you want to do is create your form. If you use WordPress, I have written an easy guide on how you can easily add a piece of to send events to Google Analytics from Contact Form 7 using DOM events. I’ve also provided a clean Contact Form 7 HTML template you can use here.
If you use a static HTML form or one from Jotform for example you can still send events to Google Analytics which you can then use to setup your goals.
In Google Analytics, click on the cog or wheel icon, it is also called ADMIN when expanded.
On the ADMIN page click on Goals and then click on the red New Goal button.
In the Goal setup, select the custom goal and the continue.
On the next screen give your goal a meaningful name and select the Event radio button.
This is the final step. Here you have to input all the values that you defined when you first setup your contact form event.
Here is how mine looked like:
Once you input all those values you are all set. Now anytime someone submits an enquiry it will be tracked in Google Analytics as a goal.
Tracking Conversions From Contact Forms