Have an existing Google Analytics account?
If you have an existing Google Analytics account, we can add the necessary configuration for you to view your website traffic under Google Analytics, and there are also plugins that we can set up for you within WordPress that let you view summary info from Google Analytics right from within your WordPress Dashboard so that you can get a quick idea of your website traffic and best traffic sources without even leaving WordPress. If you’re doing any kind of SEO or are at all concerned about how well your website is doing in getting traffic, setting up Google Analytics is a MUST.
Add Us As a User Within your Google Analytics Account
Please add SiteSubscribe as a “User” to your Google Analytics account to ensure that we have a view of how well your site analytics are doing, and will also help us to set up Google Analytics inside your WordPress Dashboard.
By setting up Google Analytics for your WordPress website we can be sure your visitors are being tracked properly, and it allows us to know if we need to help you make any necessary adjustments to your website. If we see a noticeable drop-off in your website visitors it helps us to react quickly so you don’t lose traffic…or visa versa, if we see good results from a change we made recently to your site, we’ll know what works best for your website.
Add our Google Accounts email address to the “User Manager” area under your Google Analytics account by following the instructions below.
Here’s how to add a User or Admin to your Google Analytics:
- Go to your Google Analytics account.
- Click on your website address in the Accounts column.
- Click on the “User Manager” link towards the bottom center of the screen.
- Enter a Google Account email address for the User you want to add. Please contact us to get our correct Google Account email address to use so that you can add us as a User to your Google Analytics account (we don’t want to publish it here or we’d get a ton of spam emails).
- Add our Google Account email address to the “User Manager” area under your Google Analytics account.
- Assign capability rights as either ‘View Reports‘ or ‘Administrator‘ option (we suggest Administrator role for us so we can give you the most help and support).
- If you need more info, read this article from Google: How do I grant other users access to my Analytics reports?. The article has an instructional video on how to grant access to your Google Analytics reports for a new User.