Pages Analytics enables you to keep your finger on the pulse of the most relevant information about the popularity, trends and performance of your online store's Category and Brand Pages.
You can choose a product page to focus on and specify the time period you need.
The dashboard is divided into sections providing a specific sort of analytics:
Shows you the number of sessions your customers had on the product page chosen, compared to the previous period.
A session is a time frame during which your customer performs a number of actions on your webshop. The default length of one session is 30 minutes, however, you can adjust it to the period you need. Every click on a product link, next page, setting filters, etc., restarts the countdown and extends the session by another 30 minutes.
A session ends either upon the expiry of said 30 minutes due to inactivity, at midnight (local time) or if a customer switches a campaign and comes back with a different one. Therefore, a single user can launch more than one session.
Calculation of sessions occurs so that non-interaction sessions are neither taken into account nor incremented, while a new-user session is always incremented, even though that session is a non-interaction one.
Average Order Value
Here you can see the average amount of revenue you had over the chosen period and for the chosen category, based on the overall number of orders.
Presents the aggregate revenue amount you received in the specified time.
This section contains information about what category or brand pages on your online store see an increase in demand and revenue during the specified period.
Top Trending shows you the top three pages and the number of sessions for them, accompanied by the percentage ratio compared to the previous period.
Pages with the highest number of sessions, which speak for an increasing interest in the products available on them, are presented here. This means that here you can see the product pages your customers browse the most.
This section provides you with information about the pages with the highest click-through rate. That means the number of customers who clicked on a specific product compared to the total number of customers who visited the page.
Here you can find the most lucrative product pages bringing you the most value and the amount of revenue they made.
This section covers the pages with the lowest click-through rate, which indicates some low interest in those pages from your customers.
This section shows the product pages generating the lowest amount of revenue.
All Category Pages
Also, you can see a list of all existing category and brand pages on your online store. You can sort them according to the number of sessions, click-through rate or amount of revenue they generated.
Clicking on a particular category or brand page, in any of the above sections, redirects you to a new page, populated with analytics dedicated to the specific category/brand page you chose.
This is a drill down version of the Overall Page Analytics reflecting the following details for a specific page:
Here you can see the number of sessions compared to the previous period.
Shows you the rate of conversion for the page you’ve chosen.
Average Order Value
The average amount of revenue obtained from purchases of products from the selected page within the specified time.
The number of purchases made from the specified category/brand page over the time chosen.
The ratio of impressions getting clicks within the category/brand page.
This section provides you with a graphical representation of statistics related to the category/brand page within the specified time period using the following indicators:
Number of Clicks on the products from the chosen page;
Conversions made within the category/brand page;
Number of Sessions that occurred on the category/brand page;
Number of impressions (views).
The number of impressions on the page, including the application of filters as well as loading more products on the page, e.g. pagination.
How many times your customers clicked on the products within the page.
The amount of revenue you generated over the specified period regarding the specific page.