If you have a Google Analytics account setup on your website you will be able to display your analytics data in your DYNO Mapper dashboard and within your sitemaps by completing two simple steps.
To add your Google Analytics account to DYNO Mapper you will need to click on the Analytics menu item located in the left side menu. This will open a page where you can navigate to the + icon in the upper right corner to Add your Google Analytics Account.
Next, click the Add Account button and sign into your Google Analytics Account. Click the Accept button and you will see your Google Analytics profile appear in the left hand column of the pop-up window.
Repeat this step to add more accounts.
The second step is to Map your Analytics Profile to your sitemaps. This tells DYNO Mapper which Analytics profile to use within a particular sitemap.
Click the Map Profiles icon in the top right hand corner, find the Google Analytics Account that you added and select it by clicking the profile name within the list.
After completing step one and two you have successfully added your analytics account to be displayed in your DYNO Mapper Analytics Dashboard, and within the individual pages of your sitemap.
Your dashboard will load after you have refreshed your page and selected the sitemap in the dropdown menu.
Once you have added your analytics account and mapped your profile to your sitemap your analytics data will be available within your sitemap.
Your global statistics will show in the Sitemap Information Pop-up. You can adjust your Analytics Date Range here by clicking the Date button or by clicking the Analytics icon located in the top toolbar of your sitemap.
Each page that has recorded analytics data will now display in your sitemap. Click the Analytics icon located on each sitemap page to see that page's Pageviews, Unique Pageviews, Average Time on Page, Entrances, Bounce Rate, and % Exit metrics.
Click the Filter icon to see options to Filter by Analytics. This is a great feature for highlighting pages based on important metrics. These results can be exported via PDF, providing users with the ability to communicate with clients about any architecture issues that were found in the data. Understanding your data is critical to creating a plan of action for your new website redesign or content strategy.