How to use "StoreYa Users" Segment to monitor your Traffic Booster sales within your Google Analytics

The most accurate way to monitor Google AdWords sales is by using - you guessed it - Google AdWords. It just doesn't miss what its traffic does for you.

That's the reason we report Google AdWords stats to your Traffic Booster’s dashboard. If you wish to see those numbers within your Google Analytics, you will need to segment your source/medium using the guide below (here is why).


1. Log into your Google Analytics and browse to Acquisition > All Traffic > Source/Medium

2. If this is the first time you are using this guide, click on the following link and then tick "Any view" and click on the "Create" button. This will save a segment on your Google Analytics enabling you to view StoreYa users.

Click here: 

3. Went through #2 above now or in the past? browse to Acquisition > All Traffic > Source/Medium and click on "Add Segment"

4. Browse to "StoreYa Users", tick a "V" next to it and click "Apply".

5. Remove the "All Users" segment to prevent duplication

6. Review StoreYa stats (make sure not to include dates before starting to work with StoreYa's Traffic Booster).


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    I havent seen StoreYa's Traffic Booster on my google analytics... does this mean you havent done any boost as i had in mind?

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    Emma Harper

    Hi there,

    You are welcome to contact us at: and we'll be happy to track your account and further assist.

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    Heather Luckett

    I also do not see StoreYa's Traffic Booster on my google analytics. please assist me in this. 

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    Dan Perrine

    The above steps do not work for me. I log in to GA and follow the steps you outline. When I click on the link in Step 2 it takes me to the GA log in screen and does not add a segment. It just takes around and around doing the same thing over and over.

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