Today I started to teach my classes in the Master Search Engine IDEC-UPFSo I start to get interesting questions in the forum of students. I think some of them may also be of interest to people outside the master, so here's one: the question student at the user level, what is the difference between codes Google Adwords and Google Analytics, and where can find.
Conversion codes Google Adwords
Conversion codes Google Adwords You are provided this service and should be included on the final page of what you consider to be a conversion. For example, if you have an e-commerce, must be codes on page: "gracias.php" ie last page of the checkout process, in which you thank you for purchasing.
Thus, when a user who has entered your site from an Adword, completes a purchase, Google Adwords knows why not perceived this, the user activates the code and Adwords account that can offer it as a sale, which makes statistics on how many customers have achieved through ads and how much it cost you to get each of them ... without this code can only tell you how many visitors you had and how much it cost you to get them.
The conversion code you find Google Adwords Adwords menu under Tools -> Conversions.
Google Analytics codes
On the other hand, are codes google Analytics. Estos deben incluirse en todas las páginas del sitio web, de esta manera, Google puede ir haciendo el seguimiento de qué hacen los usuarios en ella. Los encontrarás en Administrador –> Propiedad –> Información de seguimiento –> Códigos de Seguimiento.
Para conocer las conversiones de tu web desde Google Analytics, no hay códigos especiales, debes ir a Administrador –> Ver –> Objetivos–>Crear objetivo y allí le indicas que el objetivo es llegar a la URL “gracias.php” y así Google Analytics sabe cuántos usuarios han llegado allí y por lo tanto, cuántos clientes has tenido. También sabe de dónde venían, por donde han navegado antes de iniciar la compra, y si tienen una sesión de Google abierta, puede saber si son hombres, mujeres, la edad y sus intereses… un montón de cosas, vaya.
As you can see, the two systems are different but have similar goals, although one is oriented control of ROI in advertising campaigns and the other not.
Google Tag Manager
To simplify a bit the whole issue of putting the codes, Google created a few years ago Google Tag Manager. A system that once installed on your website, allows steps which codes you want to put it through a friendly form found on the website of Tag Manager. This has greatly simplified the life of marketing agencies and marketers of companies in which the web carries a technical department, which is not always a priority to include a couple of labels that has asked the marketing department. If this is not your problem, the tag manager does not offer much more ...
I hope the answer has been helpful.