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Web Analytics: Who’s Found You Through the Taste Test?

May 16, 2011

by daniellexo

Etsy.com handmade and vintage goods

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It’s always exciting to be featured on Etsy’s homepage. That golden hour can bring many shop and item hearts, as well as sales. However, “front page” features can be few and far between. But don’t fret! There are many more ways you can be discovered, including Pounce, the Taste Test, the Etsy homepage’s “You Might Like” feature, and Treasuries. Not to mention, your newly listed and renewed items may be found through the sidebar of the Activity Feed of Etsians who have hearted your shop.

Today we’ll look at a simple Google Analytics trick that can help you find which items are being found through various “featured” sections of Etsy.

(If you don’t have Google Analytics installed, start here.)

Step One: Pull up your Top Content report

Within Google Analytics, navigate to Content > Top Content

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Step Two: Find the Filter Page field

Simply scroll to the end of your report to find the Filter Page field. Leave the condition as “Containing,” as we want to find URL strings that include reference parameters (which is a fancy word for the characters that appear after your product URL, which indicate where the visitor navigated from).

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Step Three: Try a filter

Let’s begin with something we’re all curious about: which of our items are showing up in the Taste Test!

Enter the filter hp_tt_yt in the Filter Page field and hit Go.

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Once you get your report, pay attention not only to the items that have been appearing, but other metrics like percentage of page views that come from the Taste Test (expect this to grow over time), and whether Taste Test referrals spend more time on the page, have a higher/lower bounce rate or higher/lower exit rate than the rest of your visits. You may consider optimizing high bounce/exit rate listings with calls to action to explore more in your shop (like “check out matching items [Your Etsy Item URL] or more from this category [Your Etsy Category URL]).

Stats are more reliable as you collect more data, so try adjusting your focal date range to get more data (and better insight) if you’re only receiving a handful of referrals from a given source.

Cool, eh?

There are many filters you could try. Here’s a cheat sheet for your reference:

  • Taste Test: hp_tt_yt (or Home Page, Taste Test, Your Taste; This covers both intial Taste Test and returning visitors’ personalized home pages.) It’s important to include the entire string, as simply “tt” will bring up your URLs that include a double-t in them, (e.g. “mittens”).
  • Front Page Treasury: fp_treasury
  • Treasury (any): ref=tre
  • You Might Like: src=fvitm (for people who’ve favorited items of yours) and src=prvshp (customers who have previously shopped from you)
  • Recently Listed: fp_recent
  • Pounce: ref=pounce
  • Activity Feed: af_new_item
  • The Etsy Blog: ref=storque

Happy data mining!

Linda Bustos is an ecommerce marketing enthusiast and author of the Get Elastic Ecommerce Blog. Linda has found a marriage between her passions for art and the Internet with her Etsy shop, RobinHoodCouture.

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299 comments

  • BeaHustoft

    BeaHustoft said 8 years ago

    Very useful! Off to check.... :)

  • NotYourGrandmasAttic

    NotYourGrandmasAttic said 8 years ago

    I've wanted to use the Google Analytics. This is very helpful. Thanks.

  • RebeccasEmporium

    RebeccasEmporium said 8 years ago

    I keep wondering whether to use Google Analytics, and after reading through your helpful tips, I think I might! :) Thank you!

  • CakewalkYarns

    CakewalkYarns said 8 years ago

    Fantastic information! Thank you so much. Running off to check GA now...

  • pamwares

    pamwares said 8 years ago

    Thank you for all the codes. Very helpful.

  • ikabags

    ikabags said 8 years ago

    Thanks so much !

  • ErikaPrice

    ErikaPrice said 8 years ago

    Brilliant! Thank you so much for this tip!

  • verdigreen

    verdigreen said 8 years ago

    This is wonderful! Thanks for the insight!

  • TheZestyDesk

    TheZestyDesk said 8 years ago

    Thanks so much for the helpful tips! Off to check mine

  • BrandybuckClothiers

    BrandybuckClothiers said 8 years ago

    Thanks for posting this!

  • observation

    observation said 8 years ago

    This article is a keeper! Thanks!

  • letterhappy

    letterhappy said 8 years ago

    this is AWESOME! thanks so much for the cool info! :)

  • ZinniaSnipSnap

    ZinniaSnipSnap said 8 years ago

    Thank you!

  • efinan

    efinan said 8 years ago

    Thanks for this! I had known the codes, but not how to search for this. This confirms I'm not in taste test or things you might like ... yet :)

  • StudioZen

    StudioZen said 8 years ago

    Thanks for this! Anything that will help me understand GA a little better is much appreciated!

  • needleyou

    needleyou said 8 years ago

    Hmmm...gonna go take a look at this now. Anything should help - Thanks : )

  • Caliandra

    Caliandra said 8 years ago

    That was helpful. I just found out I'm nearly NOWHERE to be found on Etsy. No wonder I'm not making sales.

  • sacredsuds

    sacredsuds said 8 years ago

    what a useful tutorial! Thank you!

  • LetsAllMakeBelieve

    LetsAllMakeBelieve said 8 years ago

    Very cool :) thanks for this!

  • CalviRee

    CalviRee said 8 years ago

    ooooh this is great... thank so much!

  • thisisalliknow

    thisisalliknow said 8 years ago

    love knowing the codes, thanks.

  • newtknees

    newtknees said 8 years ago

    cool, thanks for the insight.

  • taylorseclectic

    taylorseclectic said 8 years ago

    I went and checked my stats on all of the filters offered. Some of the results were pretty depressing, quite honestly. It confirms to me that I am not showing up in the 'items you might like' at all. I literally have 0 views from that. Apparently I kind of show at times in the taste test, and with that only my old listings show up. It makes me wonder how many of us actually do show up in the taste test and the items you might like. I know with my taste test and items you might like, it's the same people repetitively. Nothing wrong with the shops. But nothing to my interest, and definitely not pulled from my favorites or even based off of my favorites. So who actually does show up in the taste test? Who actually does show up in the items you might like? I think that these new filters you have provided are probably going to show that not many of us really show up much of anywhere.

  • mamabetsy

    mamabetsy said 8 years ago

    hmmmm, I get zero. I list frequently. Why zero?

  • sarahndipities

    sarahndipities said 8 years ago

    Well that's pretty cool! Thanks for the awesome tips!! Not yet showing up in Taste and such...but hopefully soon, eh? Thanks again!

  • IlluminatedPerfume

    IlluminatedPerfume said 8 years ago

    Most excellent, thank you! Hey, if the wonderous Etsy techies could make the Take the Taste Test and You Might Like sections on our homepages optional, that would be heaven! I've been avoiding the FP ever since that was implemented.

  • MelissaLynnD

    MelissaLynnD said 8 years ago

    This is great! Even though my numbers really stink in most areas, it's nice to at least know how to check them. :)

  • thelittleblackshop

    thelittleblackshop said 8 years ago

    This is great information. I, like others, am not appearing in the taste test. Bummer.

  • EnRouteStudio

    EnRouteStudio said 8 years ago

    Wow... that is awesome...it's crazed how many people keep finding me through taste test. Love it!

  • RustBeltThreads

    RustBeltThreads said 8 years ago

    this is great! thanks for the info!

  • pillowfactory

    pillowfactory said 8 years ago

    Thank you!

  • Waterrose

    Waterrose said 8 years ago

    what great information to pinpoint where those views are coming from

  • Iammie

    Iammie said 8 years ago

    Google analytics is cool!

  • LivingVintage

    LivingVintage said 8 years ago

    Great information.

  • slumbersoft

    slumbersoft said 8 years ago

    Thanks, I'm going to try this.

  • contempojewels

    contempojewels said 8 years ago

    Love it!

  • TheBloomingThread

    TheBloomingThread said 8 years ago

    17 page views! Not bad! :) haha thanks for the cheat sheet too..it super awesome for you guys to make traffic sourcing for sellers that much more detailed to identify~ thank you!

  • oldtimethreads

    oldtimethreads said 8 years ago

    Thanks!!

  • daisypatchdesigns

    daisypatchdesigns said 8 years ago

    I'll have to check my Analytics. All tips on how to use this tool more effectively are greatly appreciated.

  • girltuesdayjewelry

    girltuesdayjewelry said 8 years ago

    This is so cool! Thank you!

  • JulieMeyer

    JulieMeyer said 8 years ago

    Thank you - Love playing with these!

  • LittleWrenPottery

    LittleWrenPottery said 8 years ago

    I'm still not that hot at using GA thanks for these great tips!

  • natashaaloha

    natashaaloha said 8 years ago

    Just started this one week ago. It's great!

  • SillyBuddy

    SillyBuddy said 8 years ago

    This is great! Thank you :)

  • VidGirlsandDolls

    VidGirlsandDolls said 8 years ago

    Very useful info for me. Thanks !

  • lynntodddesigns

    lynntodddesigns said 8 years ago

    oh boy... this might be an example of "ignorance is bliss"

  • 5LetterDesign

    5LetterDesign said 8 years ago

    simply awesome... thanks for the tips :)

  • FavreBijoux

    FavreBijoux said 8 years ago

    Thank you. Checked the codes and 0.00% of visits are taste test or favorite referal. I've been here almost 2 years.

  • thisisjoon

    thisisjoon said 8 years ago

    Great tool and it is easy to set up. Thanks ;)

  • LittleMissCards

    LittleMissCards said 8 years ago

    the only thing people seem to be finding me is through treasury :(

  • Squier

    Squier said 8 years ago

    This is pretty cool! It's fun looking up the data.

  • LEFTright

    LEFTright said 8 years ago

    Great information, thank you! Now to work on not being so invisible...

  • DoolittleJewelry

    DoolittleJewelry said 8 years ago

    This is great information and fun to check. Over the past month, most activity came from Activity Feed, Recently Listed and Treasury, but nothing from Taste Test......interesting.

  • KiwiTiniCreations

    KiwiTiniCreations said 8 years ago

    Maybe I don't have enough traffic because this didn't work for me. Thanks for the info though I am sure it is helpful to others.

  • pamelasprints

    pamelasprints said 8 years ago

    Great info! I will have to check it out. Thanks!

  • manvsgeorge

    manvsgeorge said 8 years ago

    Thank you -- this is a very helpful way to make sense of some of the power of Google Analytics! I can spend hours slicing and dicing through GA data just for the trivia value. For instance, I recently discovered that Wyoming is the only state not to have visited my shop in the last month. I put a challenge out to the people of Wyoming via my Facebook page to hop to it. Hopefully they will take action and get their state off my wall of shame! ;-)

  • Parachute425

    Parachute425 said 8 years ago

    Now THIS is info I can use. Thanks.

  • ShaeJus

    ShaeJus said 8 years ago

    Excellent, thanks so much. great info for people not very computer savvy

  • kristimcmurry

    kristimcmurry said 8 years ago

    Usefull info. Thanks! I still don't like that taste test pushed the curated treasuries below the scroll. I know it's not like that on everyone's screen, but I have a 13" macbook...which is pretty common.

  • lithiascreations

    lithiascreations said 8 years ago

    Hmmm...interesting! Something I will make sure to share! These codes will come in handy in the future.

  • WhisperingOak

    WhisperingOak said 8 years ago

    This is great

  • VintageMarketPlace

    VintageMarketPlace said 8 years ago

    i still can't get mine to work wish I could cuz i would love to get more info like this

  • oldworldapothecary

    oldworldapothecary said 8 years ago

    i cant wait to try this out :) thank yiou!!

  • OpenNest

    OpenNest said 8 years ago

    thanks!

  • chicagofinethreads

    chicagofinethreads said 8 years ago

    marking!

  • SpiceofLifeDesigns

    SpiceofLifeDesigns said 8 years ago

    As suspected - I'm not in the taste test. Only people that have previously shopped with me are seeing me in you might like, and I've only had one item go through the front page recently listed.... The cheat sheet was useful --- but depressing.

  • steampunkfunk

    steampunkfunk said 8 years ago

    This rocks! Thank you for such awesome info! I had already played with this a bit but the codes do wonders!

  • ShirleyArt

    ShirleyArt said 8 years ago

    oohh - thanks for the filters - awesome info!

  • honeytree

    honeytree said 8 years ago

    Thank you !! This is so helpful , still figuring out GA after all this time :) love the cheat sheet !

  • silversamba

    silversamba said 8 years ago

    exceptionally helpful! thanks. :) Alana

  • missusfrenchie

    missusfrenchie said 8 years ago

    Thanks for the info. Sadly, I'm getting zeroes all over the place:( Now I'm going to spend the rest of the day feeling like a Zero...sigh...

  • DaHukaHouse

    DaHukaHouse said 8 years ago

    Great info. I was just looking GA up.

  • LoupBelle

    LoupBelle said 8 years ago

    Thanks! Very helpful!

  • metalsmitten

    metalsmitten said 8 years ago

    Well, I was gonna be a bit sad that I only got 7 views from the taste test, but after seeing everyone else's response, I guess I'm above average. Yay? :D Thanks for the cheat sheet though.

  • LucentJewels

    LucentJewels said 8 years ago

    Great tips, thanks! I've only been using GA in a basic way so far, so this will help me glean a lot more information from it.

  • rachelink

    rachelink said 8 years ago

    thank you for putting this together!

  • AstoriaLane

    AstoriaLane said 8 years ago

    Wow this is awesome. Thank you so much for showing us how to look at is. I have always wondered.

  • VonlenskaVintage

    VonlenskaVintage said 8 years ago

    thanks! very cool!

  • Davs

    Davs said 8 years ago

    Thanks, I love the cheat sheet!

  • lil3birdy

    lil3birdy said 8 years ago

    thanks, this helps explain how to make the most of google analytics

  • hoganfe

    hoganfe said 8 years ago

    Thank you - I love that cheat sheet!

  • acuriousbrood

    acuriousbrood said 8 years ago

    Love the analytics tips! Well written and illustrated directions. Followed them and worked like a charm. Keep the tips coming!

  • thecareerscrapper

    thecareerscrapper said 8 years ago

    Great info! thanks!

  • HoneysuckleLane

    HoneysuckleLane said 8 years ago

    Thank you for explaining this step by step! I always get overwhelmed when I try to decipher my Google Analytics.

  • FreshLemonBlossoms

    FreshLemonBlossoms said 8 years ago

    This really cool info, thank you! Although I found the information to be a tad depressing, LOL!

  • FreshLemonBlossoms

    FreshLemonBlossoms said 8 years ago

    This really cool info, thank you! Although I found the information to be a tad depressing, LOL!

  • swanmountainsoaps

    swanmountainsoaps said 8 years ago

    Hmmmmm, mine shows zero views through the taste test, but I do know that at least one of my items was in there because I was showing someone how taste test worked and there my item was. So it should show at last that one view if nothing else. Because I viewed it personally. Is there a glitch somewhere?

  • JoannasPhotography

    JoannasPhotography said 8 years ago

    this is so neat! Thank you for sharing such a great info with us :) I am going to save it in easy accessible bookmark- and use it to understand more the metrics shown by google analytics.

  • Abovooriginals

    Abovooriginals said 8 years ago

    THank you for this...

  • ArtMadeByTammy

    ArtMadeByTammy said 8 years ago

    Awesome! Thanks for the info.

  • junkyardglitter

    junkyardglitter said 8 years ago

    I find most people through POUNCE. One of my favorite features. Don't fret! I find newbies through pounce all the time. You are not lost!! LOVE this!

  • DesignsStainedGlass

    DesignsStainedGlass said 8 years ago

    Thank you for this. Now I can see that I am not showing up in the taste test at all. I do have items showing in recent and new items filter. What can I do to show up in taste tests that I am not already doing?

  • squarepaisleydesign

    squarepaisleydesign said 8 years ago

    Great tool. Thanks!

  • NYhop

    NYhop said 8 years ago

    Great information, thank-you. I'd like to make a comment about Etsy's taste test - I love the idea, but a person's taste in clothing for instance may vary hugely from home decor and art to jewelry and accessories. The taste test scrambles all items together and it's hard to get an accurate measure of a person's tastes with such a wide variety. I love the idea of the' taste test', I just think it would work better separated into categories...

  • notApplicable

    notApplicable said 8 years ago

    VeRy heLpFuL...thANkS!

  • BreatheCouture

    BreatheCouture said 8 years ago

    Great info! I do agree with NYhop though regarding the Taste test. Also curators should be mindful that I've seen TONS of shops that pop up in taste test and in curated treasuries that include mass produced items from a certain geographic area (most of us are familiar with this). I encourage people to check out the shop and use judgement when choosing to feature a shop/item. Don't chose just because of the pretty photo or because they show up in a search! ;)

  • jacklom3

    jacklom3 said 8 years ago

    Thank you this is wonderful!

  • MoonHalo

    MoonHalo said 8 years ago

    Wow!! Thank you so much Linda:) great info!!

  • atthestudiodoor

    atthestudiodoor said 8 years ago

    wow THANK YOU for showing how to interpret stats this way! GA confuses the heck outta me - I didn't even know you could filter the content report. Now I've got some more playing around to do!

  • thevelvetheart

    thevelvetheart said 8 years ago

    Thanks for this!

  • mudpuppy

    mudpuppy said 8 years ago

    fantastic insight, thank you!

  • weirdwares

    weirdwares said 8 years ago

    Very useful info, thanks! It has confirmed what I feared - that my avid favouriting/circling/treasury curating, while fun, is actually not very effective for getting site views. Something like 1% of my page views were from treasuries, zero for the other features. Most of my views have come from keyword searches, or team promotions outside of Etsy.

  • CMCreoleCreations

    CMCreoleCreations said 8 years ago

    Thank you so much for this!

  • LittleRedCottage

    LittleRedCottage said 8 years ago

    Absolutely fabulous information!! Thank you!

  • yellowgrey

    yellowgrey said 8 years ago

    this was great! thank you.

  • 13thFloorVinyl

    13thFloorVinyl said 8 years ago

    Thank you for posting this info!

  • deLoop

    deLoop said 8 years ago

    Wow, that. Info is GOLDEN!! Iv been pulling my hair out trying to understand google anyalitics ... Those codes will be soooo incredibly useful! Thank U Thank U .... And ... Thank Uuuuuu. :)

  • PinwheelStudio

    PinwheelStudio said 8 years ago

    Thanks so much for the tips! Very helpful.

  • EfiaFair

    EfiaFair said 8 years ago

    Wow, thank you! Trying it out now. Great info!!

  • YourlittleCupcake

    YourlittleCupcake said 8 years ago

    VERY helpful! THank you so much!

  • UncleBarkley

    UncleBarkley said 8 years ago

    Thanks so much for the useful info!

  • lauraprentice

    lauraprentice said 8 years ago

    So interesting...

  • metalicious

    metalicious said 8 years ago

    Holy pajamas this article ROCKS! Thanks Danielle!!!

  • PICTUREPERFECTSOAPS

    PICTUREPERFECTSOAPS said 8 years ago

    Great information. I just installed Google Analytics after several failed attempts. Thank you!!

  • SoulRole

    SoulRole said 8 years ago

    WOW!!!This is AWESOME information and you presented it in such clear simple terms I could ACTUALLY understand it!!Yay!!Mahalo :)

  • FernHollowFinds

    FernHollowFinds said 8 years ago

    Great info. THANKS for posting!!

  • ModernPop

    ModernPop said 8 years ago

    I have no data for "Pounce or Taste Test" :(

  • swampwaterprimitives

    swampwaterprimitives said 8 years ago

    I have been trying to figure out Google Analytics for awhile, I have now figured it out and WOW! Great Info!

  • laurastark

    laurastark said 8 years ago

    Wow, good to know. Thanks!

  • StudioZen

    StudioZen said 8 years ago

    Hmmm... I got zeros on both Taste Test and You Might Like. My views apparently come from FP exposure as wells as treasuries and recently listed items. Something to think about.

  • MargaritaG

    MargaritaG said 8 years ago

    my views dont come from anything of this... i dont know where they come

  • katieblairdesigns

    katieblairdesigns said 8 years ago

    Wow, this is so great to know. Thanks!

  • DebrasDivineDesigns

    DebrasDivineDesigns said 8 years ago

    Good info. Thanks!!!!

  • mariposavintage

    mariposavintage said 8 years ago

    I dont want to be offensive but the taste test seems to be the same thing over an over and I am not in it surprise surprise just curius how does the algorithim work that would be amuch more helpful blog please guys!!

  • SpringwoodSoaps

    SpringwoodSoaps said 8 years ago

    Very interesting! I'm getting more from fp than taste test. I figured it might be the other way around?

  • IlluminatedPerfume

    IlluminatedPerfume said 8 years ago

    Just went to check this out, how depressing. I've noticed that since the Taste Test hit the FP my views and sales have been down, now I know why. :-( Please make it go away.

  • TheFancyLamb

    TheFancyLamb said 8 years ago

    Fantastic info! It's so nice to be able to pinpoint where my traffic is coming from. And it's very disturbing to see how little of it comes from the Taste Test. I love the taste test feature, but I'd like to see it on the "Buy" page along with Pounce and the other playful ways to browse instead of its current location. Its prominent spot at the top of the home page seems to be causing sales to take a major dive...

  • bhangtiez

    bhangtiez said 8 years ago

    Very helpful..........thank u so much!!

  • PIGandFiSH

    PIGandFiSH said 8 years ago

    Happy Data Mining is right!! Thank you for this amazing tutorial on the wild, wild world of google analytics - SO helpful and fun! Would love to learn more about this powerful tool and how it can help sellers to better promote their shops. Great work!

  • MoonHalo

    MoonHalo said 8 years ago

    Agreed with TheFancyLamb! I am so thankful for the info but it's was so depressing to see how very little it was from the Taste Test. I like it , I can discover some items that I can never find otherwise but not on top of the FP! And now even when our items on the FP, we get less more views and comparing to before because probably buyers don't scroll down:(

  • CheltenhamRoad

    CheltenhamRoad said 8 years ago

    I'm sorry, I'm confused. This information sounds great and others are getting results but I get "0" in every category which I find a little hard to believe based on how many sales I've had and treasuries I've been in etc. Any suggestions? I know Analytics is installed - I get good stats from it in all other ways. Thanks very much.

  • theroyal

    theroyal said 8 years ago

    thanks for keeping us current

  • PinwheelStudio

    PinwheelStudio said 8 years ago

    thanks for the info and codes! just wondering...how can we get our items into taste test if we are not there already?

  • TideTogether

    TideTogether said 8 years ago

    New to Google Analytics so this is VERY helpful! Thanks for the tips :)

  • kathiroussel

    kathiroussel said 8 years ago

    definitely an eye opener-- the taste test must be working well for some-- but definitely has its limitations.. google analytics has made it clear to me that taste test has minimal value for me as a shop... and while i think the taste test is a novel idea, and definitely fun-- it tends to be a distraction on the fp-- there's wayyyyy too much going on there now and it's confusing... i can never tell where the taste test ends and the fp feature begins which then bleeds directly into the " you might like "--- it's a lot like my run on sentences! i know admin worked hard on this feature-- but i think it needs to find a better location-- how about large bold text in some hot color prompting " take the taste test" and then arrive at the test via a link... ? thanks for the analytics info and tutorial -- great coverage!

  • DawnCorrespondence

    DawnCorrespondence said 8 years ago

    Thanks so much for the super helpful tutorial on how to look up these filters! In reading through the comments, I notice many others already pinpointed what I came here to say, so I will reiterate it. The Taste Test results on my Google Analytics page were extremely depressing. I am basically invisible when it comes to the Taste Test. That being said, I DO like the idea of the Taste Test, but feel it should be in a different location. Treasury curators spend a lot of their precious time creating treasuries and to have those few selected to be on the FP pushed down where they are barely noticeable is disheartening. I'd love to view the Taste Test on my own terms rather than having it be the first thing I see when logging in! Part of the appeal of Etsy is the beautifully MEMBER CURATED front pages!

  • GlazedOver

    GlazedOver said 8 years ago

    Wow, kathiroussel said it beautifully and she's spot on. I scanned these comments for those from shops I already recognize and to a man (or shop), they're all in agreement that the Taste Test is of negligible value for the health of their shop. Having taken it numerous times myself, I find it is of negligible value both for reflecting my taste and for enticing me to shop as well. Clearly the Taste Test should ideally be beneficial, at least for the shops that appear there. It would be fascinating to see the analytics AND direct sales results of that. Either removing it from the FP or else making it optional would be better, I think. Great article, thanks for the Google Analytics cheat sheet, and sincere, sincere thanks for everything that the cracker-jack admin group always does to keep the etsy machine humming. Thanks for letting us be a part of the discussion.

  • SoulRole

    SoulRole said 8 years ago

    you know it is odd:when I first checked my taste test I had at least a dozen items and now when I check there is nothing-zero.I am doing exactly what I am supposed to so what happened?

  • SoulRole

    SoulRole said 8 years ago

    you know it is odd:when I first checked my taste test I had at least a dozen items and now when I check there is nothing-zero.I am doing exactly what I am supposed to so what happened?

  • Tarapparel

    Tarapparel said 8 years ago

    thanks for the info! no taste test views for me :(

  • SlippinSouthern

    SlippinSouthern said 8 years ago

    Great info! Going to check it out.

  • happygolicky

    happygolicky said 8 years ago

    So neat- very cool tools ;)

  • RachaelsGarden

    RachaelsGarden said 8 years ago

    Wow I guess I still have much to learn. I came up with a big fat "0" on each code I put in! I'm not sure why, but my Analytics does show where people come from to look,etc. I have to figure this one out! Thank you!

  • strawberryluna

    strawberryluna said 8 years ago

    Thanks for this post and the cheat sheet Danielle! That is very cool and interesting, handy to have that info. I also was surprised that i had fully zero views through Taste Test. I have it on my home page and I actually kinda dig it, and I've checked out stuff fairly frequently, but maybe others aren't as much? Overall this was eye-opening and helpful to see where people are and are not seeing my shop.

  • Flowerleaf

    Flowerleaf said 8 years ago

    This is just super awesome!

  • blessthatdress

    blessthatdress said 8 years ago

    I want to ask about bronto, is an email aplication, but I have no idea why does it shows up in my referral sites/ traffic sources on google analytics??

  • RockStoneTreasures

    RockStoneTreasures said 8 years ago

    Awesome numbers goodness. Thanks so much for this. So helpful.

  • gretchenmist

    gretchenmist said 8 years ago

    cool, thanku!

  • liluchic

    liluchic said 8 years ago

    Didn't apear in the taste test :( nice to know, I'lle make better pictures and work harder on my descriptions tnks! :)

  • tostoini

    tostoini said 8 years ago

    Thanks for the useful information! A little add to this post: if you want to save your filters so you can retrieve them easily without typing the filter every time, you can click on the Filter Manager link on the bottom right corner of your account dashboard. Click on 'add a filter' (I suppose that's the voice in english, I've switch the language of my analytics to Italian, because it's my language :) ) add the filter listed in this post, choose the website -your etsy page - you want to apply the filter from the panel on the left, and click Add to move them to the right. Press Save Changes and you've done! :)

  • designlab443

    designlab443 said 8 years ago

    great tip... thank you!!

  • mazedasastoat

    mazedasastoat said 8 years ago

    I've been wondering how effective the Etsy changes have been, now I can check up on them! :-)

  • autumnhallows

    autumnhallows said 8 years ago

    This was useful, however, when I would put in the filters not much comes up...how do I get my page to be noticed more on Etsy?? I feel like I'm doing everything I can but it isn't enough...

  • AREjewellery

    AREjewellery said 8 years ago

    ha! nadda from taste test. :(

  • erinf115

    erinf115 said 8 years ago

    People have told me I come up in their taste test - and my filter is showing nothing. I'm not sure that this works - actually. I even adjusted the date range, and still not. I was lucky enough to be featured on the FP last week and checked the fp_treasury filter for that week and also got nothing - which I know is not true.... hmmmm.

  • lauraprill

    lauraprill said 8 years ago

    very helpful to have the list of references :) more articles like this please, especially those that would help us interpret the data that we find on GA.

  • megansbeadeddesigns

    megansbeadeddesigns said 8 years ago

    Thanks for the article very helpful!!!! I just wish my results weren't so depressing when I tried it out. lol

  • AltogetherLeather

    AltogetherLeather said 8 years ago

    Awesome - I'll definitely read this thoroughly later!

  • robinhoodcouture

    robinhoodcouture said 8 years ago

    Hey remember, if you're getting 0 results, increase your time frame (the little calendars at the top) as the default is one month, you will see more data if you expand to 3 or more months :) Linda

  • robinhoodcouture

    robinhoodcouture said 8 years ago

    Also please note that if you get no results, you may still be appearing in the taste test. Google Analytics will only track the clicks (hearts are not included).

  • robinhoodcouture

    robinhoodcouture said 8 years ago

    @blessthatdress says: I want to ask about bronto, is an email aplication, but I have no idea why does it shows up in my referral sites/ traffic sources on google analytics?? -- Bronto is the email service that Etsy uses for Finds, Fashion, Dudes etc. emails. If a visitor to Etsy clicked through one of the emails it will show up as the referring source. This does NOT mean the visitor came directly from the email to your shop, rather that the visitor arrived to Etsy.com from the email.

  • ForestAcademyAlpacas

    ForestAcademyAlpacas said 8 years ago

    depressing, Looks like none of my traffic comes from Etsy

  • BowWowzerZ

    BowWowzerZ said 8 years ago

    It just goes to show how ineffective these new etsy features are for being found. So far they appear to be a waste of manhours from what I can tell from the various responses.

  • sassandperil

    sassandperil said 8 years ago

    This is wonderful, thank you!!

  • helloambition

    helloambition said 8 years ago

    same here. great information. but my numbers were so low..... or nonexistent.

  • robynsnestboutique

    robynsnestboutique said 8 years ago

    Wow, that was very depressing. I've never been featured in the taste test, the front page, storque, pounce, front page recently listed, or pretty much anywhere. Interesting.

  • ArleenDesign

    ArleenDesign said 8 years ago

    I'll check it right now..not a computer savvy but i' love to know.Thanks so much!

  • underanewlight

    underanewlight said 8 years ago

    Cool info! Thank you so much for sharing those valuables tips. Just tried and works nicely! Thank you!

  • ChloeandOliveDotCom

    ChloeandOliveDotCom said 8 years ago

    Wow! Great info. Thanks for passing it along.

  • jacarandadesigns

    jacarandadesigns said 8 years ago

    Amazing! Thanks so much.

  • teconlene

    teconlene said 8 years ago

    Oh!! Very useful information! Thanks.

  • BlueberryCream

    BlueberryCream said 8 years ago

    Cool! Turns out my items do appear in Taste Tests! I was wondering about it!

  • vintagebutterfly94

    vintagebutterfly94 said 8 years ago

    brilliant! Thanks for this!

  • jerseymaids

    jerseymaids said 8 years ago

    super helpful! thanks for the break-down, spells it out well :)

  • OneClayBead

    OneClayBead said 8 years ago

    This is a jackpot of useful info- thanks so much!

  • FleetingStillness

    FleetingStillness said 8 years ago

    I HAVE A QUESTION: is there a way to see what was found from search? THANKS!!! very useful stats.

  • beliz82

    beliz82 said 8 years ago

    This is very very useful information. Already looked up for taste test. Thank you soo much for sharing !!

  • scabbyrobot

    scabbyrobot said 8 years ago

    google analytics is so vast and intimidating - thanks for the tips - very helpful!!

  • Balanced

    Balanced said 8 years ago

    truly love how specific this is. thank you!

  • DarkRide

    DarkRide said 8 years ago

    Useful, but heartbreaking info. I am invisible.

  • beachglassshop

    beachglassshop said 8 years ago

    thank you for the "cheaters" - now I have to figure out how to get in the "taste test"!!

  • StylishHome

    StylishHome said 8 years ago

    Great tips!

  • MerCurios

    MerCurios said 8 years ago

    AMAZING! I absolutely love Google Analytics. It has helped me find so many things that I would otherwise never known about - including being talked about in the forums of COSMO Magazine & the CLEO MAGAZINE New Zeland Top 5 Etsy Picks!! These Etsy tricks are all new too me and I will sure be using them daily. Thank you so much for sharing. You rock!! xo, MJ

  • DestinysCreations

    DestinysCreations said 8 years ago

    By far one of the most valuable articles! Thank you for all of this information. It was quite enlightening. :-)

  • DestinysCreations

    DestinysCreations said 8 years ago

    By far one of the most valuable articles! Thank you for all of this information. It was quite enlightening. :-)

  • RosellaResin

    RosellaResin said 8 years ago

    This is so useful! Thank you :)

  • PonyAndPoppy

    PonyAndPoppy said 8 years ago

    I appreciate this article. and i especially like the list of cheats. admittedly, i am still learning my way around google analytics, so this helped bunches. THANK YOU! i would like to echo everything kathi roussel said above. i enjoy the taste test. i also like the "you might like" feature. but both together with the treasury collection? it's sensory overload. in this case less is truly more. also? the taste test doesn't appear to be directing much traffic to my shop.

  • LizsWares

    LizsWares said 8 years ago

    I'm glad to see articles like this that help us get a better insight of where our traffic comes from. Here's my results from October 1st 2009 to May 17th 2011 Keep in mind these are only how people find me from Etsy. Taste Test= 0 Front page treasury= 0 Treasuries= 19 pages viewed 53 times: 3:29mins, bounce rate 81.40% Favorited Me= 0 Recently Listed= 41 pages viewed 76 times: 22 seconds, bounce rate 58.82% Activity Feed= 1 The Etsy Blog= 0 I've had over 4,000 views in that time period total. Only 9 sales. And it's sad that the above is all I get from within Etsy. I know my product field is very saturated, but still... I've started on this site in October of 2009. I find that most of my views come from promoting I do off of Etsy- twitter, Deviant Art, etc. I'm trying to get a pattern down on how much time to spend on promoting, creating, researching, networking, etc. While still having a night-job. I have a limited income so I don't use renewing as a form of advertising. I hope to expand into other products, and open other shops this next year. You can keep up to date on this at my blog- http://lizswares.blogspot.com/ So I'll be very happy when Etsy makes it possible to run multiple shops from one account!

  • AlexSharDesigns

    AlexSharDesigns said 8 years ago

    What a disappointing search....basically says Im not showing up on Etsy (at all) and that I am driving my own traffic. I suspected as much.

  • TrueJune

    TrueJune said 8 years ago

    Fantastically useful information---just exactly what I was wanting to know! And fun to play around with too! Only 1 view from a taste test so far, but it's a start. Thanks for posting this, I look forward to more!

  • takokids

    takokids said 8 years ago

    This is so great - thank you!

  • reimaginedtreasures

    reimaginedtreasures said 8 years ago

    I got all 0 views but I know that I have a lot of people viewing items who favorited my shop, and sales through that. So, I don't understand!!!!

  • reimaginedtreasures

    reimaginedtreasures said 8 years ago

    It must have been down for awhile! I went back and did it again...MUCH better! Thanks

  • chiobio

    chiobio said 8 years ago

    gotta check it right now!

  • eyeshoot

    eyeshoot said 8 years ago

    Thanks so much, this was really handy info. I'd love to see more useful information like this in future articles please!

  • prettylovelypainting

    prettylovelypainting said 8 years ago

    Oh that is really really cool. Thanks!

  • HardCandyGems

    HardCandyGems said 8 years ago

    Thanks for the info, I will be using it often even though it is pretty sad. One view from taste test hahaha oh well.

  • jorgensenstudio

    jorgensenstudio said 8 years ago

    What Alex said - Ugh, how depressing

  • amysoldschool

    amysoldschool said 8 years ago

    Interesting information and I learned more about analytics!

  • 21stCenturyWoman

    21stCenturyWoman said 8 years ago

    Great. So now I know that the only way for me to show up and get views is from listing and renewing, pretty pricey!

  • RobotsAreAwesome

    RobotsAreAwesome said 8 years ago

    Oddly the most hits for me: seller_info LOTS of people seem to want to know about me. I'm nearly blushing!

  • lilyja

    lilyja said 8 years ago

    Brilliant!! Thanks!

  • SugarBeetPress

    SugarBeetPress said 8 years ago

    Thank you! Really interesting. I had no idea these filters existed... are there filters for other pages and sites? How do we find them?

  • TheMermaidsSong

    TheMermaidsSong said 8 years ago

    Interesting but only one showed any result.

  • mudijudi

    mudijudi said 8 years ago

    Great!

  • BonTons

    BonTons said 8 years ago

    thanks

  • myjewelrycloset

    myjewelrycloset said 8 years ago

    wow! super cool info! this could get me addicted;) but so far nada.....:(

  • clareyclayworks

    clareyclayworks said 8 years ago

    Taste Test is like reading my daily horoscope. Fun to do, but of little value.

  • floralverde

    floralverde said 8 years ago

    Interesting! Thanks!

  • KnittyDebby

    KnittyDebby said 8 years ago

    Thanks for educating us on the use of filters. There is a lot of info out there!

  • ElegantElementsOnlin

    ElegantElementsOnlin said 8 years ago

    Yes! This is great information...thank you.

  • ShinyMoonBeams

    ShinyMoonBeams said 8 years ago

    Thanks for sharing this information I am really not in the know on this and should be.

  • ArtistsBook

    ArtistsBook said 8 years ago

    Thanks for the filters. I had worked out a few myself but it's good to have it from the source. Like many of the people commenting here this info has helped me confirm that virtually none of my traffic is coming via Etsy. The bounce rate for views of my items from Treasury lists is significanly higher than my shop average so I presume that means the "clicks" are coming from people trying to promote their own Treasuries and Teams by inflating the numbers. If Etsy is interested in assisting all sellers it should invest in a decent search engine and fix up the categories instead of promoting all the (as someone else said) "favouriting/circling/treasury curating" which is fun but a waste of time when it comes to sales.

  • Lbtoyos

    Lbtoyos said 8 years ago

    Depressed, too, never at taste test....

  • Zodiaque

    Zodiaque said 8 years ago

    Well it's nice to see this info, but NONE of the items show up as stats on my page, so ETSY is not really bringing any business to my page. Looks like google has the most hits. I wish Etsy would feature my stuff at some point.

  • TheCrimsonMoon

    TheCrimsonMoon said 8 years ago

    Brilliant info, I had some really interesting results!

  • LAccentNou

    LAccentNou said 8 years ago

    Very cool! THANK YOU!

  • FortunesFavorites

    FortunesFavorites said 8 years ago

    Thank you for these tips! Very helpful!

  • PassionArte

    PassionArte said 8 years ago

    When you copy and paste the keywords above in your Google Analytics, be sure to not copy any space, ie: with "ref=tre " (space after the word "tre") you will find 0 data but "ref=tre" works!!

  • elettrarossa

    elettrarossa said 8 years ago

    many thanks, it's a striking way to question Google Analytics :)

  • ThreeMartelles

    ThreeMartelles said 8 years ago

    I need all the tips I can get on Google Analytics! Thank you.

  • SigalFJewelry

    SigalFJewelry said 8 years ago

    Just installed Google Analytics! Thanks for all the tips :)

  • LavenderField

    LavenderField said 8 years ago

    Awesome! Thanks!

  • littlebugjewelry

    littlebugjewelry said 8 years ago

    THanks, I will play with it later, I can never figure out GA!

  • KnuttinButYarn

    KnuttinButYarn said 8 years ago

    I'm like a lot of others who are commenting on here. I am not showing up on anything. Until recently I renewed often but then after I got the bill I realized this isn't helping me at all. April had no sales whatsoever. Because of this I have also opened up a shop on Artfire hoping to see if maybe having two shops in two different forums might help. I know this is supposed to be helpful information but at the same time it really isn't. You told us how to find out if we show up but what do we do if we don't? I pay more money out then I'm making and if something doesn't change I will be closing down.

  • clareyclayworks
  • bejeweleddesigns09

    bejeweleddesigns09 said 8 years ago

    Thanks for this great article! I will use this in the future! :]

  • onthewallusa

    onthewallusa said 8 years ago

    This will make it easier to understand and get around on GA. Thanks,

  • stellasavestheday

    stellasavestheday said 8 years ago

    Hey! So cool! Just tried it. Thanks so much for this valuable info!

  • 202designs

    202designs said 8 years ago

    Thanks - Nice to know. Dissappointed that I'm not showing up on most anything. Wish I could receive more views through etsy. I find marketing through facebook and twitter much more proficient for me - bummer.

  • JohnCriderCollection

    JohnCriderCollection said 8 years ago

    Thank you. This was so helpful!

  • SilverandEarth

    SilverandEarth said 8 years ago

    Great info! It makes it easier to sift thru all that GA stuff! Thanks!

  • KateRenvallDesigns

    KateRenvallDesigns said 8 years ago

    These are great tips, especially for us "newbies". Thank you!

  • TidbitsOfColor

    TidbitsOfColor said 8 years ago

    I'm computer illiterate still, so need more help in getting my shop noticed.

  • pebblestonepapery

    pebblestonepapery said 8 years ago

    this so sooo helpful... thank you!!

  • Mokkafiveoclock

    Mokkafiveoclock said 8 years ago

    Super, thank you :)

  • lavenderrabbit

    lavenderrabbit said 8 years ago

    Zero results with taste test and with pounce. What's up with that? Someone out there has to like me.

  • swagalot

    swagalot said 8 years ago

    GREAT information. THanks!

  • elegantgirl

    elegantgirl said 8 years ago

    Interesting! Pounce and T. Test just about at zero, but huge numbers with treasury!

  • SweetOliveSupplies

    SweetOliveSupplies said 8 years ago

    Really useful info- thanks!

  • VintageExpedition

    VintageExpedition said 8 years ago

    Will try and see what happens...google analytics is overwelming but interesting...not sure how to read a lot of it!

  • MomentsCapturedByRoy

    MomentsCapturedByRoy said 8 years ago

    Very good information. Thank you!

  • RubyTombstone

    RubyTombstone said 8 years ago

    That's a really helpful tool, but pretty depressing. It confirms that none of Etsy's features are working for me at all! Only refreshed items are getting any traction. I've ploughed a lot of time and effort into circles, in the hopes of showing up more in the "You might like", or "New items from your faves"... but nope. And since only a handful of sellers ever get on the FP or Taste Test, most of us will get 0 for that. It's probably not the look you were going for when you posted this piece!

  • seasonsofthevalley

    seasonsofthevalley said 8 years ago

    Thank you for this article. My sister is a web developer for our city and she was just helping me with analytics yesterday. Techno savvy people are so handy ;)

  • JennasRedRhino

    JennasRedRhino said 8 years ago

    This post was fabulously useful! This information actually gives me an opportunity to apply science. I no longer need to use my Ouija board to make marketing decisions- I can now apply these filters to learn more about where the traffic comes from.

  • CultureShockJewelry

    CultureShockJewelry said 8 years ago

    This is fantastic! It would have taken me ages to figure out how to do this without your help! I tried it out and I do have a few hits from here and there, now to work even harder and receive views from the other categories! And I'll actually be able to see the results of my work! Thanks a million!!

  • JennasRedRhino

    JennasRedRhino said 8 years ago

    Many people are posting here that they aren't seeing their work show up in the search results. My first thought is: have they set up their Google Analytics correctly, or at all?

  • ThePinkMantle

    ThePinkMantle said 8 years ago

    Ya'll, some people may just not know what good taste IS yet ;)...they'll get there. Thanks for tips...and life with filters...what would we do on earth without them!

  • MargaritaG

    MargaritaG said 8 years ago

    thank you for the tips, but my Google Analitics tells me "0" everyting except on treasury

  • kattuna

    kattuna said 8 years ago

    Awesome! Thanks to all the info, I found out I was featured in the home page this week! Thanks so much!

  • JustPlainVintage

    JustPlainVintage said 8 years ago

    Cool. Thanks!

  • Danideng

    Danideng said 8 years ago

    Great infos, very useful ! thanks a lot !

  • LesasPlunderPlace

    LesasPlunderPlace said 8 years ago

    Thank you! I just signed up for Google Analytics thanks to this article and What Is Etsy Analytics. Great resources! Very helpful!

  • Marumadrid

    Marumadrid said 8 years ago

    It makes me sad I've got just a few hits... but I'll keep on trying! :)

  • lesperancetile

    lesperancetile said 8 years ago

    Very Interesting - thanks for the cheat sheet codes. I'm not too impressed with the taste test numbers - maybe it's just something that not many people use? I'll keep plugging away at all the ways to get noticed in the google search options! Thanks!

  • samsstuff

    samsstuff said 8 years ago

    Thank you for the codes, I had no idea they even existed! Great info, though after reading through the comments, I'm afraid to look :)

  • LoveYourBling

    LoveYourBling said 8 years ago

    This is wonderful thanks for taking us through step by step!

  • TiTiLI

    TiTiLI said 8 years ago

    Really useful info- thanks!

  • TiTiLI

    TiTiLI said 8 years ago

    Really useful info- thanks!

  • GeekStyle

    GeekStyle said 8 years ago

    Thanks for sharing! I can't wait to look it over...

  • HomesAndWeddings

    HomesAndWeddings said 8 years ago

    Helpful stuff.

  • oldworldprimitives

    oldworldprimitives said 8 years ago

    This was super helpful - thanks so much!

  • Sugarshoxcrafts

    Sugarshoxcrafts said 8 years ago

    Very useful; thank you! I will keep this handy for the future as I'll regularly go back and check all those stats again down the road to see how I'm doing.

  • amberdark

    amberdark said 8 years ago

    Thanks for more tools to check out our shops with.

  • cindylouwho2

    cindylouwho2 said 8 years ago

    the You Might Like code for favorite items is actually src=favitm, so anyone checking this will think they get no views there, when it is one of my bigger sources. You might want to correct that!

  • jorgensenstudio

    jorgensenstudio said 8 years ago

    thanks cindylou, I was getting zeros with everything and felt completely invisible - but the code you corrected actually showed traffic so at least I know Etsy is bringing me some traffic- (the others are all still zeros) off to increase my advertising budget.....

  • TheVintageRabbitHole

    TheVintageRabbitHole said 8 years ago

    Nice!

  • cashbrook89

    cashbrook89 said 8 years ago

    This is great!! Although, I'm not showing up in anything... No wonder I haven't sold anything in the year I've been here... :(

  • beadsbuttonsandbows

    beadsbuttonsandbows said 8 years ago

    Thanks!

  • sunshineartdesign

    sunshineartdesign said 8 years ago

    Thanks for this blog post.Nice to see people started to use taste test and you might like sections to find the items in the style they prefer.I hope these results reach to FP treasuries' level one day. Btw , I don't know if it is mentioned here before but the right filter for '' you might like'' section had been '' src=favitm '' An Etsy member told this to me and I think you may fix this error in the post.

  • ripecardsandjewelry

    ripecardsandjewelry said 8 years ago

    This is really helpful! Since signing up I have taken a look at Google Analytics briefly, but it looks like a bunch of mumbo-jumbo usually, now I can actually tell what is going on (kind of) :) Thanks!

  • GemdropsoftheFalls

    GemdropsoftheFalls said 8 years ago

    Very interesting. Thank you so much for sharing. It's important to know where your stats are coming from.

  • treasureimports

    treasureimports said 8 years ago

    I have been wondering how to make GA work better for me! Thanks so much :)

  • houseofistria

    houseofistria said 8 years ago

    i got a 0 for everything! what does that mean?!

  • luisfernando

    luisfernando said 8 years ago

    Thank you for the useful information. Does there happen to be a filter for the Etsy Finds Newsletters?

  • CuriousTuesday

    CuriousTuesday said 8 years ago

    I have always wanted to try GA. Off to do so now!

  • underoakstudios

    underoakstudios said 8 years ago

    So how do we get seen on the taste test and all these other zero's. I've done a lot of SEO work but that's for google. How does etsy determine what's up?

  • CalliesCraftCottage

    CalliesCraftCottage said 8 years ago

    Any help with understanding Google Analytics is greatly appreciated. I feel there is so much info there and I don't know what it means.

  • CalliesCraftCottage

    CalliesCraftCottage said 8 years ago

    Any help with understanding Google Analytics is greatly appreciated. I feel there is so much info there and I don't know what it means.

  • Tokyoinspired

    Tokyoinspired said 8 years ago

    Thanks so much! This was very helpful!

  • organikx

    organikx said 8 years ago

    It would be nice if the author could correct the code for favorite item/you might like source code src=fvitm should be src=favitm

  • TheEmbellishedWall

    TheEmbellishedWall said 8 years ago

    I will check too. As a newbe, some areas of the Etsy site are not easy or self explanatory. Such as, when you click on blog, it doesn't give you a window to write your blog.

  • AlisonMooreDesigns

    AlisonMooreDesigns said 8 years ago

    Thanks for this - Google Analytics is making a bit of sense now!

  • heidiburton

    heidiburton said 8 years ago

    Excellent! I tried all the filters with good results, although 'pounce' came up with zero, as did the 'you might like' field. Everything else looking healthy though, definitely good to keep an eye on these things for further improvement. Thanks!

  • RenataUniqueGifts

    RenataUniqueGifts said 8 years ago

    Things look much clearer to me now. Thank you very much.

  • PrairiePrimitives

    PrairiePrimitives said 8 years ago

    THANK YOU for this article! It was easy to understand and the instructions on using the search filter were easy to use. :-) I've had GA set up since Etsy started using it, but I don't know how to do very much with it. I checked all the filters you suggested, however my items didn't show up on very many of them (just 2, I think).

  • voodooville

    voodooville said 8 years ago

    thank you

  • Gypsymoondesigns

    Gypsymoondesigns said 8 years ago

    I keep going back to this useful post. It is great to see where views are coming from. I am finding activity feed and taste test rank the highest for me. Thanks for sharing the info.

  • WoodNPiece

    WoodNPiece said 8 years ago

    This has been great! Thank you so much.

  • mycartouche

    mycartouche said 8 years ago

    Very helpful. Thank you so much.

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  • SpiralsandSpice

    SpiralsandSpice said 8 years ago

    Great info, Thanks!

  • ShirlsEnchantedGlass

    ShirlsEnchantedGlass said 8 years ago

    I willl have to go and check this out, thanks

  • eyeshoot

    eyeshoot said 8 years ago

    Having another go with this now I'm getting loads of view again!

  • rozitr

    rozitr said 8 years ago

    Thanks!

  • SilverandEarth

    SilverandEarth said 8 years ago

    Wow....interesting info. Thanks!

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