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WordPress Plugin: Adding Google Analytics functionality to your pages




For those of you who do not know of it yet, getting data from Google Analytics is an important of your overall strategy. By integration of the code from Google Analytics, you are able to get a lot more information about your visitors, and do the analysis about which techniques work, and which techniques don’t work. Given all this, people find the process of installation still tough enough that they keep on putting off installing the code. How about doing the installation of Google Analytics via a plugin ?
Well, here is a solution. Refer to the “Google Analytics for WordPress” Plugin for WordPress available at this page.
What does this plugin do ?
This plugin easily adds your Google Analytics tracking code (the new ga.js one!) to all pages within your blog.
This plugin adds the possibility to tag and segment all outgoing links, so you can see whether a click came from a comment or an article.
It also adds the possibility to track just the domain, instead of the complete link, so you get a better view of how much traffic you’re sending where.
By enabling AdSense click tracking, your AdSense clicks are tracked to /outbound/asclick.
By default Google Analytics only tracks a select group of search engines, which might not include your local big search engine. With this plugin, you can add extra search engines to those Google Analytics tracks by default!




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