The GAinWP Google Analytics Integration for WordPress plugin easily integrates Google Analytics tracking and dashboard reporting into your website in just minutes.
It was created from the excellent Google Analytics Dashboard for WordPress (GADWP) plugin to maintain a simple, direct Google Analytics integration for those concerned about data privacy.
In addition to a set of general Google Analytics stats, in-depth page reports and in-depth post reports allow further segmentation of your analytics data, providing performance details for each post or page from your website.
The Google Analytics tracking code is fully customizable through options and hooks, allowing advanced data collection like custom dimensions and events.
Google Analytics reports, in real-time, in your dashboard screen:
The Google Analytics reports you need, on your dashboard, in your All Posts and All Pages screens, and on site’s frontend:
In addition, you can control who can view specific Google Analytics reports by setting permissions based on user roles.
Installs the latest Google Analytics tracking code and allows full code customization:
User privacy oriented features:
GAinWP enables you to easily track events like:
With GAinWP you can use custom dimensions to track:
Actions and filters are available for further Google Analytics tracking code customization.
As an alternative to Google Analytics tracking code, you can use Google Tag Manager for tracking:
This plugin is fully compatible with multisite network installs, allowing three setup modes:
GAinWP on GitHub
You can submit feature requests or bugs on GAinWP repository.
The IntelligenceWP project leverages the GADWP plugin for core Google Analytics integrations.
After the Google Analytics Dashboard for WordPress changed maintainers in April 2018, users expressed concern over the new auth process proving 3rd party access to Google API keys and analytics data.
GAinWP implements a direct auth process where API keys only reside in your WordPress site eliminating 3rd party access.
The long term goal of the project is to provide an open, standards based Google Analytics WordPress API to facilitate integration of Google Analytics data by other plugins and themes into WordPress.
This plugin was originally created by Alin Marcu as the Google Analytics Dashboard for WordPress (GADWP)
You can translate GAinWP on translate.wordpress.org.
GAinWP it’s released under the GPLv2, you can use it free of charge on your personal or commercial website.
The Standard Installation enables both tracking and reporting for your site. If you already have tracking you want to keep, see Reporting Only Installation below. If you only want track your site in Google Analytics and not connect to reporting data, see Tracking Only Installation below.
No, once the plugin is authorized and a default domain is selected the Google Analytics tracking code is automatically inserted in all webpages.
We are constantly improving GAinWP, sometimes the video tutorial may be a little outdated.
You can submit pull requests, feature requests and bug reports on our GitHub repository.
For documentation, tutorials, FAQ and videos check out: GAinWP documentation.
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