Google doesn’t care it is technically impossible or not. I just checked the outbound links’ action in the events and displays the CodeCanyon url. All other links has a custom tracking parameters, so it has to be that.
It’s clear now, yes, it is really nice method to choose the best one. Basically, I am not a big buyer on the ground, so I don’t have similar habits yet.
It is a bit strange for me, because the Live Preview open in new window. Anyway, good to know some people use it to go back. Thanks!
Yes, but if someone clicks on it, probably do it with purchasing purpose as I think. In other cases it is possible to simply close the preview.
Am I wrong?
I can’t clearly understand some things. I have a Google Analytics on my demo page and counts the clicks on the Buy buttons. Google Analytics displays the clicks in the events and I saw there are several users go through to CodeCanyon (click on the buy button on the top bar) or click on the Buy button on my demo page without purchasing my item. What’s happening after? I can’t understand if someone clicks on the Buy button what could be happen to change their mind?
Could anyone tell me what should be wrong? Or it is a normal activity?
It is definitely a great feature. In this light, if the item’s icon is good enough, you have a better chance to show the demo page for the potential buyers. (without lose the attention on the item page)
RubenBristian saidNot even a paper round?!
I never had a job
What’s a paper round?I’ve started working on Envato & various freelance gigs from high school, continued working through college and now i’m full time here. Don’t take too much freelance either..
You’re lucky, good place in good time.