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Smart Google Analytics Code

Smart Google Analytics, Webmaster Tools and AdWords Code

7 reviews
Average Rating
4 stars
4.3 out of 5 stars
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5 stars
Great plugin
By , for WP 3.8.1

Awesome plugin. I was having difficulties at first because I pasted in the wrong code. I emailed for help and they got back to me extremely fast with detailed help. Awesome customer service!!! Definitely recommend - 5 stars.

5 stars
great.
By , for WP 3.6.1

it's simple.
i didn't use the adwords portion yet, as I'll see if my manual entry fails first.

5 stars
Great support for free plugin...
By , for WP 3.6

I ran into an issue with the plugin when I upgraded. I emailed them from their website and within minutes they replied with a solution to my issue.

Also, plugin works great for us as we need lots of different adwords conversion codes.

5 stars
Simple, Easy to Use
By , for WP 3.5.2

We use this plugin to manage our meta verification for Bing and Google's Webmaster Tools. We also have AdWords campaigns we use for a few of our programs, and need separate conversion codes for each campaign. This plugin allows us to do just that, which isn't something I was able to get from any of the other plugins we tried.

5 stars
Perfect for setting up PPC campaigns
By , for WP 3.5.2

We use this for adding different conversions to our site for Google AdWords.

5 stars
Lean and does exactly what it says it does.
By , for WP 3.5.2

If you use it for Analytics, AdWords, Webmaster Tools or other tracking codes (e.g. Bing Webmaster Tools) it works exactly like it's supposed to.

The plugin doesn't load a bunch of stylesheets or scripts and is very lean. I use it for all of my clients' sites!

5 stars
Lean & Simple, love it.
By , for WP 3.5.2

I am really in favor of plugins that a) do what they're supposed to do and b) do that without overhead/clutter. That's exactly what this plugin does so here go *****!

Two things, one of which is really subjective / personal preference:

A) The text box for the ad codes is a tat too wide and therefore overlaps (Firefox 22). Nothing serious of course, just a minor thing.

B) I prefer plugins that do not ad their icon unless it is a real "menu-plugin" = a lot of sub-categories / options that demand such an icon. You could easily revert to a placement within "settings > XYZ" but then again this doesn't hurt that much...

Keep it up!

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