This is the second in a series on how to use virtual assistants for ecommerce SEO.
In this article, we’ll look at how to build a template for an ecommerce site using Google Analytics.
If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you’ll know that I use the Google Analytics plugin on my personal website, but I’ve also written articles for a number of other sites, including my own.
Google Analytics is a free tool, and can be used for any purpose, so it’s very versatile.
But if you’re new to the Google product, it’s a great way to quickly check your website’s performance and see if anything’s broken.
To create your template, I recommend you use a template builder.
This article shows you how to create a Google Analytics template for your ecommerce website, which is the template that I used for this article.
Creating an eCommerce Template Using Google Analytics Template Builder The first step in building your template is to create an e-commerce page.
This will include the main navigation and the checkout form.
For the purpose of this article I created a simple page for the checkout process.
This is a simple example page that will serve as a base for building other pages on the site.
The checkout form will include a dropdown menu that lets you make your selections.
To use this page, I added a drop down menu, which opens a new page in Google Analytics that lists the options available for your checkout form (and the amount of cash you’ll receive if you click on the “Pay Now” button).
If you’re interested in the technical details of creating a Google analytics template, check out my Google Analytics tutorial.
Once you’ve created the Google analytics page, you can add the form and checkout form to your website.
To do so, you need to navigate to the Customize page in the Google Admin Console.
Once there, click the Custom tab, then click Create new page.
The new page should open in Google Analytics.
Click on the Create button to start the template creation process.
The template creation screen will appear.
Click the Create a new template button to begin creating the template.
I recommend adding the following information about the template: A description for the page.
What is the purpose for this page?
Why do I want this page on my site?
Why is this page in my site’s navigation?