Embed the power of Google Analytics in your WordPress Admin console and view key metrics for each of your domains from one place.
Download the Googlyzer archive, then extract the Googlyzer directory to your WordPress plugins directory (generally ../wordpress/wp-content/plugins/). Then go to the Plugins page of your WordPress admin console and activate the Googlyzer plugin. Once activated, go to the Googlyzer General Settings tab, via the WordPress Settings menu. Enter your Google account credentials in the Google Service Authentication section and click the login button. Once authentication with Google is successfully completed, several changes should be visible. First, the Status field within the Google Service Authentication section will change to "Authenticated." Second, an authentication token will appear in the read-only field in the General Settings section. And, third, the Domain dropdown will populate with available Domain selections associated with your Google account. Select your desired Domain, modify other settings as desired, and click on Save Settings. That completes the basic setup. If desired, visit the other tabs (Composite Chart, Line Charts, Pie Charts, and Tables) on the Googlyzer Options page in order to further customize your Googlyzer dashboard settings.
After saving settings, you can then view the dashboard by clicking the Googlyzer Dashboard link in the Dashboard section of the WordPress Admin Console, or go to the WordPress Home Dashboard to view the Googlyzer Home Dashboard widget.
Should you wish to revoke access for Googlyzer to your Google Analytics website data, simply click on Logout in the Google Service Authentication section on the General Settings tab. Please NOTE, once Google Analytics access is revoked, Googlyzer can no longer populate the dashboard or widgets, as the data is not cached locally.