HOW TO ADD WEBSITE ON GOOGLE ANALYTICS
Create your first Analytics account
1. Go to http://www.google.com/analytics
2. Cli...
Set up the web tracking code
Follow these instructions to use Google Analytics to collect data from websites.
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Follow these instructions to use Google Analytics to collect data from websites.

To complete this process, you must have access to your website source code, be relatively comfortable with HTML (or have a developer that can help you), and have a Google Analytics account and property set up. http://blog.abolsitsolutions.com/

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How to add website on google analytics

  1. 1. HOW TO ADD WEBSITE ON GOOGLE ANALYTICS Create your first Analytics account 1. Go to http://www.google.com/analytics 2. Click Access Google Analytics, and follow the instructions. If you are already an AdWords user, you can create a new account within AdWords: Click Tools and Analysis > Google Analytics, and follow the instructions. Create additional Analytics accounts Once you have your first account, you can then create additional accounts as necessary. Click Admin at the top of any Analytics page. In the Account column, click the menu, then click Create new account. Select whether you want to track a website or an app: Website: Select a tracking method: Universal Analytics or Classic Analytics. Enter the website name and URL. Select an industry category that reflects the content of your site or app. Select the time zone you want to use as the day boundary for your reports, regardless of where the data originates. For example, if you choose United States, Pacific Time, then the beginning and end of each day is calculated based on Pacific Time, regardless of whether visits originate in New York, London, or Moscow. Enter the name you want to use for the account. Select the Data Sharing Settings you want to use. Click Get Tracking ID.
  2. 2. Set up the web tracking code Follow these instructions to use Google Analytics to collect data from websites. To complete this process, you must have access to your website source code, be relatively comfortable with HTML (or have a developer that can help you), and have a Google Analytics account and property set up. Learn more about properties and how to set up a property. If you want to collect data from a mobile app, use one of the Google Analytics SDKs. For other digital devices, use the Measurement Protocol. To set up the web tracking code: 1. Find the tracking code snippet for your property. Sign in to your Analytics account, and click Admin in the top menu bar. From the Account and Property columns, select the property you’re working with. Click Tracking Info / Tracking Code. 2. You should see a box with several lines of JavaScript in it. Everything in this box is your tracking code snippet. It starts with <script> and ends with </script>. The tracking code contains a unique ID that corresponds to each Google Analytics property. Don’t mix up tracking code snippets from different properties, and don’t reuse this tracking code snippet on multiple domains. 3. Copy the snippet. Don’t edit your snippet. Just copy it. You might want to paste it into a text document if you’re worried about accidentally losing or changing the snippet from your clipboard. 4. Paste your snippet (unaltered, in it’s entirety) into every web page you want to track. Paste it immediately before the closing </head> tag. If your website uses templates to generate pages, enter it just before the closing tag in the file that contains the the<head> section. 5. Check your set up. Make sure that the tracking snippet installed on your website matches the code shown in the view, and see more ways you can verify your set up. BY ABOLSITSOLUTIONS CONTACT: +9718235606 info@abolsitsolutions.com www.abolsitsolutions.com

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