Monitor, analyze, and measure visitor engagement for your site directly from your WordPress dashboard with our Google Analytics plugin. With our Google Analytics dashboard, you’ll be able to conveniently access Google Analytics reports in the same interface you already use every day to write and manage your posts.
Unlike other plugins, there are no monthly fees or paid upgrades for this plugin. All of the features are 100% free.
GOOGLE ANALYTICS SETUP
Get started in less than 10 minutes. Installation is quick and easy, no developers required.
Simply download the plugin, log into Google, select the required website, and it will automatically include the appropriate code.
GOOGLE ANALYTICS DASHBOARD
Start making data-driven decisions with real time stats including:
With our mobile-optimized plugin, you’ll be able to stay informed and get actionable insights on any device. For more accurate stats, you also have the option to disable tracking for any role like Admins or Editors so your analytics represent real visitors.
If you don’t have a Google Analytics account, you can sign up for free here: https://www.google.com/analytics/
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If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes! We’ve made adjustments to allow for WPML pages to be tracked properly.
Since the plugin accesses your Google Analytics account your login information is transerfered from our plugin to google. This needs to be secure so SSL is required to keep your information safe.
Nope, just sign in with google, choose your website, and our plugin will automatically add Google analytics code to all pages.
This is likely caused by AdBlocker that is blocking anything related to “google analytics”. Please disable AdBlocker for your own website or add it to exceptions if you are using Opera.
It learns about your traffic patterns to spot “spikes” of visitors and then sends an alert. If your website doesn’t have good amount of visitors you might not see any Trending Content Alerts because the algorithm needs more data to see “trends”.
If you have any questions please let us know directly at email@example.com or create a new ticket within our WP support portal.
We are always happy to help.
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