Microsoft Excel Secrets: Track Excel with Google Analytics

4 Chapters 12 Lessons

About this course

  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 1 downloadable resource
  • 1 article
  • Full lifetime access


Track usage of your Microsoft Excel workbooks in real-time with Google Analytics for FREE.

Nothing to install, nothing to buy and no Excel VBA coding needed (I've already written all the necessary Excel VBA code for you).

Want to know if your boss, your colleagues or your clients did open your Excel Workbook report that you have sent them, without calling them 5 times a day?

Want to see if, or when they opened the Excel report? Did they take a look at, for example, Worksheet5?

You could call them and ask ....... again.

Or would you rather see and be informed when they opened it and what parts of your Excel workbook did they take a look at?

Now you can and also in real-time.

No coding, nothing to install, no tools to buy. Just a free Google Analytics account and your Excel Workbook.

This is all you need.

You will also learn how you can identify the most engaging medium or source for your Excel Workbooks.

Nothing to install, nothing to buy and no coding.

Let me explain, for example, if you want to use your Excel workbook as a lead magnet or just want to share your Excel files with other people in some Facebook or LinkedIn groups, download pages, or on other webpages where your users or potential leads hang out.

Until now you could only get the total number of downloads from these sources, but in this course, you will also learn how you could identify the source or medium where your most engaging users of your Excel workbooks are.

By enabling the tracking of your Excel workbook and before you put your file on this download place you can add a medium property to your tracking so that you can see in your Google Analytics account where your most engaging users are.

I'm Davor Geci, a CEO and an IT developer for more than 20 years. Let me show you these secrets of Microsoft Excel and Google Analytics that you can't find anywhere else. Why? Because Microsoft & Google are competing for the same piece of pie for decades.

So join me in this course and let me teach you these secret combinations and more tips and tricks on Microsoft Excel and Google Analytics.

Let me explain:

You send your Excel workbook to your boss, colleague or client, he opens it and you can see it in real-time in Google Analytics when this happens, or even see what worksheets they viewed and what clicked.

Now you can!

Add tracking code to your Microsoft Excel file and you will see it in minutes.

Do not stay uninformed, do not call your boss to find out that he has long since opened and seen your Excel report.

Did he also take a look at, for example, worksheet no 5?

No need to call him again, just take a look at your Google Analytics and you will see it if he did open the Workbook, when he did open it and did he take a look at that Sheet2.

Nothing to buy, nothing to install you just need a free Google Analytics account and a few minutes to get you started and see how it works.

I've already written all the necessary Excel VBA code for you.

So you don't need to write a single line of Excel VBA code to track your Excel workbooks with Google Analytics.

Now you can track your Excel workbooks on a UserID level.

Don't believe me? Take this course and you will see and learn how to do it.

Don't wait, enroll now!

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