Easily add your Google Analytics to your WordPress site. Use classic analytics code or Google's new Univeral Analytics. If you use Universal An
Easily add your Google Analytics to your WordPress site. Use classic Google analytics code or Google's new Universal Analytics. If you use Google Universal Analytics, the plugin will allow you to use Google's User Id tracking.
Check out TrackEngage to learn how you can enhance Google Analytics.
Ther are several options you can use to keep track of the visitors to your site a.k.a analytics. All of the analytics programs have their advantages and disadvantages, including Google Analytics. Google Analytic's advantages, though, outweigh its disadvantages. For all around analytics, Google Analytics is your best option.
First, Google Analytics is free. While there are other analytics software out there that are free, none give your as much data as Google Analytics with the ease of implementation.
Second, Google Analytics is fast. You may not like all of what Google does, but one thing you have to agree on, Google knows how to make servers run fast. And they didn't cut any corners when implementing the Google Analytics servers.
Next, Google Analytics is the standard when you want to sell your website. Ask anyone who buys and sells websites and they will tell you that having Google Analytics data will bring you more money. The longer the historical Google Analytics data, the better.
Google Analytics provides good aggregate data for you to analyze the traffic coming to your site. Google Analytics, like many analytics programs, doesn't provide you will analytics about how individual users are using your site.
We are providing this plugin to help you get Google Analytics working on your site. We also use Google Analytics on our sites.
We also want to share a new service we are building that will enhance Google Analytics and help you be more successful in your business.
Check out TrackEngage to learn more about how we are making analytics better.