To me the latest possibilities are too complicated. The only thing I want is to see where people come from. When I send out a pressrelease I would like to see as quickly as possible which site generated most of the hits, In the old version that was sort of simple, now I cannot find tha anymore....
Google Analytics is the industry standard for tracking, analyzing, and reporting site data. Learn how to analyse your wesbite data (how many visitors come to visit your site, where they are coming from and what pages are they interested in), Also, I will show you how to install it onto your wordpress website.
Knowing how to use Google Analytics correctly will help you measure site traffic, SEO, engagement, ad revenue, and even activity on social media. This tutorial shows you how to get set up in Google Analytics and glean insights from each of the reports.
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Follow along in this step-by-step guide to setup a Google Analytics account & install Google Analytics on your website... all in under 10 minutes.
1:18 - Setup a Google Account 2:08 - Signup for Google Analytics 5:30 - Setup Google Analytics for WordPress via MonsterInsights Plugin 9:03 - Setting up Google Analytics for MonsterInsights plugin 10:45 - Add tracking script to a custom website 11:35 - Where to find your Google Analytics tracking ID/script 13:52 - Test that Google Analytics is setup properly & collecting data
Google Analytics is a free, powerful website analytics tool that I highly recommend you install on your website. Setting up an account is free & easy, and you gain valuable information about your website visitors.
I'll show you two ways to install the Google Analytics tracking script onto your site:
1. For WordPress websites, I'll show you how to install & configure the Google Analytics for MonsterInsights plugin. 2. For static & hand-coded sites, or an alternate method for WordPress, I'll show you how to add the GA tracking script directly to your website files (or WordPress theme).
STEPS INCLUDE: - How to setup a Google Account - How to register for Google Analytics - Where to find your tracking code - How to install a popular WordPress plugin used with Google Analytics - How to add the GA tracking script directly to your site
So, on YouTube under the Advanced settings, there is a section called "Google Analytics property tracking ID" where would you put this on your Google Analytics account? and which tracking code do you use? I am a little confused about Tag Manager. Best practice seems to suggest using this would this be another step replacing WP Plug in? Really helpful video!