Google Analytics is a free and very useful tool for webmasters.
If you running a website, eCommerce store, Blog. You need to know how much traffic you are getting to your website and conversion rate.
If you are a beginner then it might be a little difficult when it comes to the technical site to build a website but, don’t worry.
I am going to show you how you can install Google analytics on your WordPress site through a step by step process.
Which help you to see your website analytics.
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About Google Analytics
Before we run to how to setup Google Analytics in WordPress guide, first we should know about the basic of Google analytics.
So, Google Analytics is a free web analytics tool provided by Google to analyze website & app traffic.
Using Google analytics you can see some useful information about your website such as Page Views, Unique Traffic, Avg Session, Bounce Rate, Clicks, Conversion Rate, Real-Time Visitors, Geo- Location and etc.
This information about your website help you to know how your site is performing.
Sign Up with Google Analytics
To Get started with Google Analytics on your website, you need to first sign up with Google Analytics. It is a free tool that means you don’t have to pay.
Go to Google Analytics and click on the “Start for free” button.
Now you need to sign in to your Google account, almost everyone has a Google account these days. if you don’t have one then create a new one for you.
Once you have signed in with your Google account now you can sign up with Google Analytics, to do this click on the “Signup” button.
Once you have activated the MonsterInsights click on the “Insights” option which you get in the WordPress menu then click on “Settings” and click on “Authenticate with your Google account” button to authenticate Google analytics with your website.
Next, you will see a new tab showing sign in to your Google account, Choose your Google account then a new pop up open asking for permission for MonsterInsights.
Click on the allow button.
Now you only need to select your website then clicks on the “complete authenticate“.
Congrats, Now you can see your website analytics and traffic report straight from your WordPress dashboard by just clicking on Insights>Report.
I hope this post was helpful to you. If you have any questions and suggestions let me know.
Hi, I am Kundan Sharma Founder of this blog Blogging Spark. I’m a passionate Blogger and Digital Marketer. Who share useful content that helps you to build a profitable Blog to make passive income online.