Support » Fixing WordPress » [Plugin: Google Analytics for WordPress] GA not tracking my visits

  • I installed the google analytic plug-in and google is not getting the correct information, I check my GA reports and Im only gettting 1 visit to my blog, I have more than 200 unique coments as well as poll votes, I know that Im getting more than a 200 hundred hits a day but I dont know why GA is not tracking the information.

    Its already set up 4 days ago. Can somoene please help me with this I have several plugins installed.

    All in one SEO
    contact form
    twitter tools
    google xml sitempas

    I checked my source code view in my browser and I do get the google code in the footer.

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  • You’re not going to get any help from anyone in these forums. I have the very same problem with GA and SuperCache. Posted 2 weeks ago and havent’ heard anything. That’s the unfortunate thing with these plugins. I even donated a little coin to Yoast because I use a couple plugins of his, but most developers, don’t have the bandwidth to be able to support conflicts like this.

    I’m pretty sure that the issue is coming from a conflict between WP-Cache and WP-GA.

    As much as I love WordPress, unfortunately with open source code, when you have problems like this, this is what happens alot of the time.


    I’m paying a guy right now to look into it.



    Look at these two lines:
    document.write(unescape(“%3Cscript src='” + gaJsHost + “’

    They are not supposed to be split like that in the page source.

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