The plugin is highly configurable. Read trough the list of features below to get a feeling of what this plugin can do. You can enable and disable all features individually, although the default configuration will suffice for 90% of the users.
- Start with a simple configuration screen and hide more advanced/complex configuration in an Advanced Configuration mode. Most users will suffice with the simple configuration screen. If you’re interested in tweaking and tuning this plugin, use the advanced settings.
- Automatic check-for-updates to warn you (on the UGA Options page) if your version of Ultimate Google Analytics is outdated
- Does not add the tracker code to the pages when a logged on user of a configurable userlevel requests a page. This can be used to ignore your own page views and not skew your statistics. (Default configuration ignores page hits from users level 8 and up)
- Add tracking to outgoing links. You can also specify hostnames which should be considered internal (e.g. www.example.com, example.com and example.org). Links to these hostnames will be considered internal and the tracking event will not be added to those links. You can also specify the prefix to append to the link when sending it to Google Analytics so your outbound links will be logged to a logical directory structure. This way, you will be able to easily identify what pages visitors clicked on to leave your site. (The default configuration is to check outgoing links in the /outgoing/ directory at Google Analytics)
- Add tracking to download links. You can specify which file extensions should be considered downloads. Only internal links to these filetypes will be tracked. Internal links are either relative links (without a hostname) or links to the hostnames you defined as internal. You can also specify the prefix to append to the link when sending it to Google Analytics so your download links will be logged to a logical directory structure. This way, you will be able to easily identify what files your visitors downloaded. (The default configuration contains a list of common file extensions to be marked as downloads. These are tracked in the /downloads/ directory at Google Analytics by default)
- Add tracking to mailto: links. You can also specify the prefix to append to the link when sending it to Google Analytics so your mailto: links will be logged to a logical directory structure. This way, you will be able to easily identify what mailto: links your visitors clicked. (The default configuration is to track mailto: links in the /mailto/ directory at Google Anaytics)
- Specify if the outgoing, download and mailto: links should be tracked in the postings only, the comments, the comment author URL or any combination of these three.
- A question that someone might have
An answer to that question.
I run several wordpress blogs and this plugin was the only one present in all the compromised sites. It hasn't been updated in years, I'd suggest you to look somewhere else.