How to Add Google Analytics to WordPress
Going through this post you can expect a collection selected of web pages I have chosen related to adding Google Analytics to WordPress
Before getting to the collection of web pages here a few brief points I’d like to mention about setting up Google Analytics for WordPress
To know how many visitors are coming to your website, you need to add your analytics code to WordPress. Every time a visitor interacts on your site, analytics will track visitors, With this data, you’ll be able to view activity through a variety of reports.
These reports are gold and allow you to make an informed marketing decision. The reports also give you an overview of the popular sections and where you need to improve your site.
There are ways to add the code using several techniques including editing your WordPress code through the theme or using a WordPress plugin.
Some plugins allow for analysis reports to show up from your WordPress Dashboard, which is convenient and a quick snapshot of the day’s activities.
Also in this post are resources to help you locate your google analytics code you’ll need for the setup.
Now, To The Resources:
You’ll find a selection of hand-picked, articles and resource pages provided by a variety of authors I wanted to include in this post that will give you a solid foundation for adding Google Analytics to WordPress.
This Post Includes The Following Sections:
- Adding Google Analytics To WordPress
- Google Analytics Alternatives For WordPress
- WordPress Plugins For Google Analytics
- How To Get Your Google Analytics Code
- Google Analytics Dashboard For WordPress
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