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production engineer, violinist, vocalist, philosopher, and an entrepreneur
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WordPress & Google Analytics

A key piece when launching a new website is to be able to track and monitor your stats so you can begin to understand what you are doing right or wrong and then make adjustments as necessary to increase your traffic and/or optimise your site for conversions. While there are several different options available, an estimated 30–50 million websites use Google Analytics.

+WPBeginner - WordPress Tutorials has two good tutorials that show you how to install Google Analytics on your WordPress site as well as how to add Google Analytics Event Tracking. We thought these were worth a reshare in case you missed them the first time around.

How to Install Google Analytics in WordPress for Beginners
Tutorial: http://gplus.ly/1s3MmyH

How to Add Google Analytics Event Tracking in WordPress
Tutorial: http://gplus.ly/1s3MVsd

If you would like to view your stats in your WordPress admin, the Google Analytics Dashboard for WP will do the job. Here's the plugin: http://gplus.ly/1s3MzBP

To set up your own custom dashboards, this tutorial by +Yoast is a great place to get started, and they have a few dashboards you can download as well. Here's the tutorial: http://gplus.ly/1s3OVAL

To exclude WordPress Admin Traffic from Google Analytics, you can create a Google Analytics Custom Filter for your WordPress Admin. This article has steps to set it up: http://gplus.ly/1QVf2h3

While Google Analytics is a powerful tool, many people are missing out on a lot of functionality because they simply don’t know it exists. It's worth taking the time to learn how to use it and how to apply what you've learned towards improving your website.

"Take the 80/20 approach, 80 percent of your content should be the posts that you know your visitors like, and you can use the other 20 percent to experiment with new themes or ideas." says http://34SP.com's Daniel Foster. "You’d be surprised by the number of businesses getting this wrong, and if they happen to be one of your competitors you could do well by perfecting this."

#WordPress #GoogleAnalytics #analytics #stats #blogging
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+Harshita Mundra​ happy birthday di!! :)

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