Yes, you can set up conversion tracking with Google Analytics. Google Analytics is a free web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic. It can also be used to set up conversion tracking by adding a tracking code, called a "goal," to the website or landing page where the desired action takes place. To set up conversion tracking with Google Analytics, you'll need to create a Google Analytics account and add the Google Analytics tracking code to your website. Once you have the tracking code installed, you can then set up goals within Google Analytics. A goal is a specific action that you want to track on your website, such as a purchase, a form submission, or a sign-up. To create a goal, you need to go to the Admin section of your Google Analytics account, and select the "Goals" from the "View" section. You can then create new goal by clicking on the "+New Goal" button, and fill in the necessary details like Goal description, type, and the goal details. You can also set up conversion tracking for specific pages or events, such as button clicks or form submissions. To do this, you'll need to use Google Tag Manager and create a tag for the specific action you want to track, and then set it up as a goal in Google Analytics. Once your goals are set up, Google Analytics will start tracking and reporting on the number of conversions that take place on your website. This information can be used to optimize campaigns, increase ROI, and make data-driven decisions about future marketing efforts.