syndu | June 5, 2023, 12:03 a.m.
Google Analytics is a powerful tool for tracking user behavior and gathering insights about your website's visitors. However, it does not provide native support for real-time webhooks or notifications for specific events like new user locations. In this blog post, we will explore alternative solutions for real-time visitor tracking, including custom event tracking systems using websockets.
Since Google Analytics doesn't provide real-time webhooks or notifications, you can create a custom real-time event tracking system using websockets. This approach involves setting up a websocket server to handle incoming connections and events from your app, and modifying your app to send events to the websocket server whenever a visit takes place.
Here's an outline of how you can create a custom real-time event tracking system using websockets:
We provided a simple example using Node.js and Socket.IO in our previous conversation. You can refer to that example to get started with implementing a custom real-time event tracking system using websockets.
While Google Analytics does not provide native support for real-time webhooks or notifications, there are alternative solutions for real-time visitor tracking.
By creating a custom event tracking system using websockets, you can react to events in your app as they happen, providing a more engaging and responsive user experience.
This is a custom alert message.