Sunday, October 20, 2013

How to Add Google Analytics to Blogger

Google Analytics is a platform created with the purpose of helping us to track the number of visits and page views on our blog, which also uses several filters to check exactly from where the visitors are coming via standard or custom reports.

Google Analytics is the leading free tool that has a good relationship with the internet marketing and offers suggestions and improvements or benefits for our website.

add google analytics to blogger
As Analytics is part of the variety of Google tools like Blogger, many bloggers still don't know if it is possible to add the tracking code in Blogger. Implementing analytics in Blogger is very quick and easy, so you don't need to be experts or web developers. Here's a small guide for placing the Google Analytics tracking ID on our blog.
google analytics

Implementing Google Analytics on Blogger

  1. Do you have a Google Analytics account? Then it's perfect. If you don't have one, please Register.
  2. Within the account, we'll go to Admin and in the Property column, click the menu, then click Create new property, where we enter the information from the website.

    create new property in google analytics
  3. Click on "Get Tracking ID" and it will provide a box with a code, select and copy the code (CTRL + C).

    get google analytics tracking id
  4. Now let's go to our Blogger account.
  5. Look for your blog and click on it, then go to Theme > click the Edit HTML button and paste the code previously generated in Analytics before the </head> tag (CTRL + F in order to find it).
And this would be the entire procedure. Within about 24 hours, we should see the first statistics for our blog in Google Analytics, otherwise check the following:
  • Double check that the code has no spaces or characters.
  • Doesn't have errors in the configuration.
  • There are no poor implementation of the filters.
  • The Flash plugin is working or JavaScript is enabled.
  • You will have minor issues if you are receiving visits from China (this conflict is not yet solved, according to Google).

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