Displays an overview of visits and pageviews on your dashboard; additionally, you can include your Analytics tracking code on your site.
This plugin allows you to display an overview of visits and pageviews on your dashboard and, if you choose, can also show top content and top sources. This is just a simple overview, but gives you a general idea of how your site is performing using basic standard metrics. In addition, you can now include your Google Analytics code on your site if you haven't already done so.
Using it is fairly easy: simply install the plugin; setup an application specific password for your WordPress installation and Analytics account; enter the property ID of of the analytics profile you want to show as well as a title to identify it; and you should be all set.
Setting up your tracking code is as simple as copying and pasting the code and ticking a check box. The code will automatically be placed in the
head of your page.
If you need help, visit the plugin's settings page and view the help tab.
Version 2.0 will be setup to work with the new Core Reporting API 3.0 as the version in use now will be deprecated soon.