How to Add Google Analytics in WordPress with Analytify


How to Add Google Analytics in WordPress with Analytify
Rosemary Jacobs

Have you heard of Google Analytics? Yes it’s powerful but extremely confusing for beginners. We have previously explained how to install Google Analytics in WordPress and how to use Google Analytics, but despite those tutorials beginners often find it very complex. What if we told you that you can make Google Analytics really easy by integrating it directly in your WordPress admin area? In this article, we will show you how to add Google Analytics in WordPress with Analytify and start using Google Analytics like a pro.

How to Add Google Analytics in WordPress with Analytify
Tess Stanford

Have you heard of Google Analytics? Yes it’s powerful but extremely confusing for beginners. We have previously explained how to install Google Analytics in WordPress and how to use Google Analytics, but despite those tutorials beginners often find it very complex. What if we told you that you can make Google Analytics really easy by integrating it directly in your WordPress admin area? In this article, we will show you how to add Google Analytics in WordPress with Analytify and start using Google Analytics like a pro.

Google Analytics Was Never This Fun In WordPress!
Mable Jordan

This is something that clients really love as they of course want to see traffic to their site. However many do not want to log into google analytics and work their way through its rather complicated reporting modules. This gives all the headline stuff and more. What’s really neat is that it does it for every single page as well. So you can really see what’s going on for a particular post. So a google search for X led to this page. It also has great realtime reporting for the paid version. I had one small issue and the developer responded and addressed it immediately. Very impressed. It’s become a default plugin.

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Becky Gardner

This is something that clients really love as they of course want to see traffic to their site. However many do not want to log into google analytics and work their way through its rather complicated reporting modules. This gives all the headline stuff and more. What’s really neat is that it does it for every single page as well. So you can really see what’s going on for a particular post. So a google search for X led to this page. It also has great realtime reporting for the paid version. I had one small issue and the developer responded and addressed it immediately. Very impressed. It’s become a default plugin.

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