How to create a revenue goal for a/b test in Zoho PageSense | Help Guide

Add a revenue goal to your variation

PageSense allows you to measure the revenue generated on your website when your visitor performs a successful purchase or payment transaction on your A/B (and Split URL) experiment page. To track the revenue value for each variation of your experiment, you need to add a two-line Javascript code(in addition to the PageSense code snippet) in the payment success page of your website. In this code, you must define the value of the revenue you want to track conversions for. Typically, a revenue goal will be set up in the 'thank you or payment confirmation' page of your website and you may use this to track how different variations impact the total revenue of your business in comparison to the original version. Furthermore, once you add the required revenue code to your site, you’ll be able to see the revenue earned per visitor, revenue per paying visitor, and revenue per purchase for each of your variations in your Reports page.
For example, say you want to track the revenue made from every purchase on your ecommerce website and further analyze which variation of your A/B test performs better and generates high profit to your business. In this case, you can add the revenue tracking code snippet in the 'Thank You or Purchase Confirmation' page of your shopping site. 
Alternatively, you can also use revenue goals to see which of your advertisement or notification campaigns is working best for your website. For example, let's say you have added an extra discounted price offer for cart abandoning visitors in one version of your webpage, and a coupon code for free delivery in another one. By tracking the maximum purchase obtained in individual campaigns, you can decide whether to use the same campaign idea for the upcoming sale as well. 

To setup a revenue goal to your experiment:

1. Go to the GOALS tab in your A/B or Split URL test and click + New Goal.
2. Choose Revenue from the left pane, then enter a descriptive name for the goal in the text box.

3. Click Copy, then paste the code shown on the screen into the purchase confirmation page of your web page's HTML where the revenue has to be calculated.

4. Replace the <<REVENUE AMOUNT>> tag in the code below with the currency value (or variable) that denotes the cumulative monetary value of your purchases you want to track. 
window.pagesense = window.pagesense || [];           
window.pagesense.push(['trackRevenue', '0e31058e70974917ba6830bddca7c4cb', <<REVENUE AMOUNT>>]);
You can pass both static and dynamic value to track your revenue value in the code snippet. Lets understand this with examples. 
  1. To pass a constant currency value:
    You need to replace the <<REVENUE AMOUNT>> tag in the script with the purchase value multiplied by 100, i.e. (Purchase value*100). This method of passing a discrete value in your revenue code can be used to measure the total revenue or profit made by an individual item, a newly launched product, a discounted item, or a high-demand product on your ecommerce site. You can also use this to identify which particular type of subscription plan is bringing high revenue to your website. 
For example, let's say you run an ecommerce site, and you have products with different value. Now you want to track the amount of revenue made by visitors who bought a particular item priced at $54 on your shopping site. In this case, you need to replace <<REVENUE AMOUNT>> with 5400 (54*100) in the snippet code as shown below.
Script before adding the purchase value:
window.pagesense = window.pagesense || [];           
window.pagesense.push(['trackRevenue', '0e31058e70974917ba6830bddca7c4cb', <<REVENUE AMOUNT>>]);

Script after adding the purchase value:
window.pagesense = window.pagesense || [];           
window.pagesense.push(['trackRevenue', '0e31058e70974917ba6830bddca7c4cb', 5400]);
  1. By default, PageSense accepts the revenue value in cents (smallest monetary unit), which is equal to 1/100th of a dollar(in countries like US, Canada, and Australia), 1/100th of a euro in European countries, and 1/100th of a rupee in India. You will need to multiply the purchase amount in your currency by 100, i.e. (purchase amount *100). This value has to be given from your end to parse revenue. Make sure not to alter any other part of the revenue tracking snippet. 
  2. It is also crucial that the revenue value is passed to PageSense as an integer. However, if you've purchase value as a floating point number, say $10.99, you need to pass it as 1099 (10.99*100).
  3. If you enter a revenue value as a comma-separated value without decimals, PageSense will consider it as an invalid input and will not track any data on your page. Make sure to add the revenue value without the comma (,), such as 1500. 
  1. To pass a dynamic revenue value:
    You can also track the total revenue generated by passing a JS variable that stores the revenue for every purchase on your website. 
For example, let's consider your website's total purchase amount is stored in a JS variable called 'totalprice'. The variable 'totalprice' then needs to be passed as an argument in place of <<REVENUE AMOUNT>> to your revenue snippet, as shown below.
Script before passing the JS variable:
window.pagesense = window.pagesense || [];           
window.pagesense.push(['trackRevenue', '0e31058e70974917ba6830bddca7c4cb', <<REVENUE AMOUNT>>]);

Script after passing the JS variable:
window.pagesense = window.pagesense || []; 
window.pagesense.push(['trackRevenue', '0e31058e70974917ba6830bddca7c4cb', totalprice]);
Key points to remember:
  1. Note that in the above script the 'a01746ae07264fdfa19cfd90a9c49758' is just a sample. It will be different for the experiment configured.
  2. The PageSenses' code snippet has to be installed on your website before the Revenue goal script. 
  3. The revenue variable is unique to each website and ecommerce website. Ensure you pass the variable that is defined for your website.

5. Click Save, then Next to proceed with the remaining settings in your A/B or split URL test.

Here's how the sample web page code might look like before and after adding the revenue script:

<before adding the revenue script->

            function Purchase( ){
             //add your revenue goal here  
 <after adding the snippet->
                  function Purchase( ){
                  window.pagesense = window.pagesense || [];

     window.pagesense.push(['trackRevenue', '0e31058e70974917ba6830bddca7c4cb', totalprice]);



6. Once the data is collected, you will be able to track the revenue on the REPORTS tab of your A/B or Split URL experiment.

Setup multiple revenue goals on a single page

By default, PageSense allows creating one revenue tracking goal for each test. However, to track multiple revenue goals on a single page, such as the thank you or confirmation page of your website, you can add multiple revenue tracking goals. 
For example, let's say you want to capture the revenue of all transactions that happen on your shopping site and want to track the revenue for certain special items that visitors purchase, as well.
In this case, first you need to add the revenue code that tracks the overall revenue (regardless of the product purchased) by passing the variable that stores the purchase amount of your website, into the <<REVENUE AMOUNT>> tag of the revenue code script shown below:
window.pagesense = window.pagesense || [];           
window.pagesense.push(['trackRevenue', '0e31058e70974917ba6830bddca7c4cb', <<REVENUE AMOUNT>>]);

Second, you need to add the revenue code for just the products you wish to track independently with PageSense by passing the purchase value (i.e. purchase value*100) to the <<REVENUE AMOUNT>> tag of the revenue code script. For example, if the price of the special item you want to track revenue for is $54, then you need to enter the amount as 5400 in your revenue code.

Based on our example, the confirmation page logic on your site may look something like below:

      function Purchase( ){
      window.pagesense = window.pagesense || [];

      window.pagesense.push(['trackRevenue', '0e31058e70974917ba6830bddca7c4cb', totalprice]);

      window.pagesense = window.pagesense || [];
      window.pagesense.push(['trackRevenue', 'a01746ae07264fdfa19cfd90a9c49758', 5400]);
  • Ensure that the revenue value passed is converted to cents (i.e. multiplied by 100), before it's passed to the revenue tag in the script.

  • We recommend that revenue tracking script be placed on the confirmation or thank you page of your website after a successful transaction has occurred. 

Alternatively, you can also refer to this document that explains how you can insert PageSense Revenue Goal via Google Tag Manager.

A few reasons your revenue goal might not be working

  • The Zoho PageSense Project code is not added to the webpage where you're tracking your revenue goal. Learn how to add PageSense code to your site.

  • The <<REVENUE AMOUNT>> you entered is not given in cents. If amount is $54, it should be added as 54 x 100 = 5400.

  • You may have also passed the currency symbol along with the revenue value in the Revenue goal code snippet.

  • If the revenue goal you're tracking is on a different domain. In this case, enable the Cross Domain tracking option under the Project Settings to track visitors and conversions. 

Setup revenue tracking goal in Shopify website:

When you add the PageSense JS code to your Shopify Website, it will be added to all the pages of your website, except for the "Checkout" and "Thank you" pages of your site. However, if you wish to set up a revenue tracking goal on the "Thank you" page, follow the steps below:

1. Log in to your Shopify account and navigate to Shopify admin -> Checkout tab -> Additional scripts field.

2. Paste the PageSense JS code snippet in the
Additional scripts field.

3, Once you have added the PageSense code snippet, paste the revenue tracking code right after the PageSense code in the same field as shown below. You can pass both constant  and dynamic value to track your revenue value in the code snippet.
  1. To track revenue of a particular product, copy-paste the below code in the text box and replace 'revenue' with the purchase value you want to track (i.e. passed as purchase value*100).
    window.pagesense = window.pagesense || [];
    window.pagesense.push(['trackRevenue','replace with your unique code', revenue])

    For example, say you want to track the amount of revenue made by visitors who bought a particular item priced at $99 on your ecommerce site. In this case, you need to replace revenue by 9900 (99*100) in the snippet code as shown below.
    window.pagesense = window.pagesense || [];
    window.pagesense.push(['trackRevenue', '0e31058e70974917ba6830bddca7c4cb', 9900])

  2. To track the total revenue made on your website, you need to paste the following code in the text box:

window.pagesense = window.pagesense || [];

var revenue  = {{order.total_price}} ;

window.pagesense.push(['trackRevenue','replace with your unique code', revenue]);


  • In the above script, the {{order.total_price}} is Shopify's variable that will hold the purchase amount.

  • Make sure the PageSense snippet is added just above the revenue code on your page.

You can get your unique revenue tracking goal under the GOALS tab of your experiment while creating your revenue goal as shown in the figure below.

4. Once done, click

We hope this documentation is self-explanatory and helps you understand the process with ease. Please feel to reach out to us anytime by dropping a mail to, in-case you need more explanation or have any queries.

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