Frequently Asked Questions

  • We’re glad you ask! Peachtree is designed to help you analyze your own site traffic, clarify your conversion events for analytics reporting, and completely replace your need for Google Tag Manager.

    Peachtree is designed to store all of your site interactions remotely in a privacy centric manner. Once we have documented your site interactions, our internal analytics tools allow you to very clearly identify your successful user interactions, as well as your most valuable website segments.

    Peachtree also allows you to synchronize your 20 most important conversion events to Google Analytics. Rather then setting per page scripts, or Google defined site interactions, Peachtree reports to Google the precise events happening on your website. This allows us to attribute conversion value to events outside of Google’s limited tracking templates. Tracking conversion events more efficiently helps bolster your rankings, identify high value users in Google Analytics, and generate more sales revenue. Its like having a full data team working full time for your website!

  • It’s not difficult at all! Peachtree is intermediate level software, so you will need some knowledge of website construction. You will need to access your website’s header, and upload the Peachtree script. Once that is done, you can log into the platform, and verify your setup with the Live Visitor View!

  • Peachtree will start tracking your website interactions immediately! You can log into Peachtree, and access the single user session report as soon as the script is installed and you have visitors on your site.

    When setting up Google Conversion Goals, you will need to wait for Google to effectively process your reported conversions in Google Analytics. This process typically takes 4-24 hours. Once processed, you can view those goals throughout the entire Analytics platform.

  • We get this question a lot! Most people haven’t done any Google Tag Manager research, and aren’t familiar with the platform.

    Aside from the invasive usage of the platform to track your website’s conversion metrics, Google Tag Manager is extremely setup intensive, and requires expert coding experience. Setting up your own custom goal types, or tracking specific interactions requires setup of tracking scripts on each individual page of your website, and those conversions are typically only sourced as clicks.

    Peachtree defines custom events for each different conversion goal you setup, requires no additional scripts coding, and doesn’t provide any personally identifiable data to Google’s Platform. So Easy!

  • The team at Peachtree really loves providing value to our clients! The starter plan allows you to setup one website and up to 20 conversion events for Google Analytics! Many of our users just want more transparency from their website’s performance, and we built Peachtree to provide this functionally!

    Customers that maintain more than one website, are a Digital Agency, or have extremely high traffic sites need many more analytics and storage capabilities than single site users, and the free plan will not meet their needs. If you are need to do interaction analysis, provide actionable insights, or are scaling a large traffic site, a paid Peachtree plan is going to provide an additional level of usability outside the Starter plan scope.

  • No! Peachtree doesn’t track any user identifiable information within our system. We are fully GDPR compliant, and will not adopt any types of personal tracking.

    Our meta tagging system allows our users to tagĀ their website’s data with codes that link to exterior tracking software. This is useful as a feature for enterprise clients that need transparency from their data for other software pieces or other clients trying to link customer journeys from other channels. We don’t collect or use tagged data in any user definable way. Your privacy is always safe with Peachtree!

  • When setting up conversion goals, the best rule of thumb is to tag any events that provide tangible value to the client. Contact forms, Phone number clicks, and CTA’s are very good examples. Especially since Google goals are cross platform (connected to Google Analytics and Google Ads), you want to make sure whatever you are tracking helps lead website visitors towards a conversion action.