Getting traffic to your blog & website is essential for their success. Google Analyticswill help you track the page views, unique visitors and referrals, so from which source your audience click through to your website. The best part is that Google Analytics is a free tool!
In this post, I’ll walk you through the steps on how to add Google Analytics to WordPress without any coding knowledge and how to see Google Analytics dashboard directly on your WordPress site with the use of the plugin. Let’s dive in, shall we?!
HOW TO ADD GOOGLE ANALYTICS TO WORDPRESS
1. First, log into your Google Analytics account and find your tracking code. On the left, find gear icon Admin > Tracking Info > Tracking Code > the code under Global Site Tag is your tracking code
What I love about Google Analytics Dashboard for WP plugin is that it has a mini version of Google Analytics Dashboard build in, so I can check out all the important stats like Real Time visitors, Sessions, Pages, Traffic sources etc. right on my site. You can see it how it looks like below:
I highly recommendadding Google Analytics to your site as soon as possible, so you can keep track of your visits, see which of the social media channel is converting the best and so on.
Did you add Google Analytics to your WordPress site?