When I started Blogging, may I know its Stats of Blog was just that I get so many visitors, and I realize it’s time stats, is key to the growth of the blog? They’re 100 million base does not matter what you’re getting 100 views a day of the blog, you’ll need a stats program, so you can track and analyze the traffic to your blog. How to Add Google Analytics to your WordPress Blog?
Google Analytics is a very good free analytics tool. I am not going to tell you about the details of Google analytics and its benefits, because them the read link can. In this tutorial, you will learn how Google Analytics account setup and how you can add Google Analytics to your WordPress blog.
I have also simplified for non-technical users to this guide, you have no need to worry about tech-how of Google Analytics and WordPress integration.
How to Setup Google Analytics Account?
Let this Guide starts with your WordPress Blog to set up with Google Analytics.
If you like you can repeat for any website to process. If you keep it for your first website, you will go on Page of Google Analytics and must log in with your Google Account.
You can make an account create for free.
First Time will you ask for details of your website to Setup and some personal details also to start. If you are the ones who already have an account, enter click on the admin tab on the top and then enter Click on the Add New Property and click on the button of Select account.
You’ll need to add the details of your website to the next Page. Below is a sample screenshot of a website.
Click on Get Tracking ID form and you will be able to move on to Page Tracking ID for your website.
Yet you have Google Analytics account setup and have Tracking ID create for your website. Now begins the most interesting part of the tutorial: Because you must integrate your blog for your Tracking ID. Let us kill a look at the next section.
3 Ways to Add in WordPress to Google Analytics:
Multiple ways to add Google Analytics to your blog and you can choose one of the methods below according to the level of your blogging. I can list different methods below according to their recommendations.
First Option: Google Tag Manager
Google Analytics, and then only for all their sites tag became a manager. It is free and you try to do it you can manage from one place all your blog tags. I Google Tag Manager recommend to every professional and serious blogger. It takes hardly 5 minutes to set up and once you have it set up, you do not have to worry about the tag management in the future. Your WordPress Google Tag Manager is the tutorial 5 minute to Integrate the blog.
Second Option: to use your WordPress Theme
Many of you will probably not know the most WordPress themes have the option to add header and footer scripts in. You can use it to add the Google Analytics Code on their Blog. Simply which tracking code you received in the first step, please paste it to copy form and theme settings Go to option, add footer script to open and add code to the option. It will work seamlessly and moreover, you do not need to rely on any other plugin for the simple task. The above screenshot is the popular Genesis Theme Framework.
Third Option: the Use of Google Analytics for WordPress Plugin
Google Analytics Plugin is best to Google Analytics to add to your WordPress blog by Yoast the WordPress plugin repo many plugins available for. All you have to do is Google Analytics the official repo for WordPress Plugin (plugin for the link) have to explain to install and configure it to do, which I below. Once you’ve activated the Plugin, you’ll see a popup, asking about allow or disallow tracking, which I would prefer to “Do not allow Tracking”.
Settings> Go to configure the Plugin for Google Analytics and click here to authenticate with the click on Google form or you can also select the Manually Enter the UA Code.
click on Save Settings form and you have to configure the successful plugin. You can also read the official guide by Yoast to configure the plugin and options. If you want to see the data in Google Analytics in your WordPress Dashboard, for you Analytify is a useful plugin.
Above the three options, I’d recommend using the Google Tag Manager because they make simple your Life in the Long Run.
Tell me that you do what method used to Add Google Analytics to your blog and do it and what stats to track the visitors of your blog Besides program.