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Web analytics in small bites. A 2 minutes video on how to add the Asynchronous Google Analytics code to your site.

Web analytics in small bites. A 2 minutes video on how to add the Asynchronous Google Analytics code to your site.

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  • 1. Google Analytics Intro - Accounts Tagging your Pages: Asynchronous Google Analytics Tracking Code
  • 2. From our previous presentation in this series - Create a Google Account the sign-up concluded by providing the:   Asynchronous Google Analytics Tracking Code. This in short is known as Async .   1 . This Analytics snippet is a small piece of JavaScript code that you paste into your pages as indicated in number one. 2. Number two represents the latest updated code as of Dec 2009.   Tagging your Pages - Async 1 1 2
  • 3. The default Async code is exactly the same for everyone. 1 . The only exception is the UA  or Unique Account ID . Each Google Analytics account is assigned it's own UA. This represents the minimum configuration needed to track a page asynchronously and collect visitor data. It uses _setAccount to set the page's web property (UA) ID. Then calls _trackPageview to send the tracking data back to the Google Analytics servers. Tagging your Pages - Async 1
  • 4. You must place the Asynchronous snippet code on every page within your site for optimal tracking results. 1 . Copy the entire Async snippet code. 2.  It should be inserted at the bottom of the   <head> section  for each page, after any other scripts your page might use. This can be done using any HTML text editor. Tagging your Pages - Async 1 2
  • 5. Tagging your Pages - Async You can save the code in a text file when you sign-up for your Google Analytics account and have simple access that way. However, it is easily accessible within your GA account by: 1.  Clicking on Edit next to the profile. 2.  Then click on the Check Status link.  This will provide a similar display of your code as seen on the last page of the account sign-up process. 1 2
  • 6. GOOGLE ANALYTICS INTRO - Accounts Today we covered: Tagging your pages: Asynchronous Google Analytics Tracking Code Contact me for more information on any item in the series . [email_address]

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