Google Analytics for WordPress- Part I

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By Martiel Beatty

So you’ve started a website on WordPress and now you’re blogging. It’s exciting stuff to be out there sharing your ideas and being amazing; however, when do you know you’re making strides toward those goals you set at the beginning of the year? Better yet, what about the goals you set last year or the year before that?

You need to know what you traffic is doing so you can figure out how best to keep them on your site and of course coming back. To do this you need to set up analytics and one plugin that is excellent for doing that is Google Analytics.

Today I’m partnering with the lovely Nicolette here at the Crafted Webmaster to bring you this two-part series. Just click play below to learn how to get your analytics set up in less than 10 min!

Now that you know how to set up your analytics it’s time to find out how to understand what all those numbers mean. Head on over and catch part two and get full details on what all those numbers mean.

Martiel's Headshot2 Martiel Beatty started The Artcademy in 2013 to give students an outlet to pursue their creative passions while also having a life. It has been important to her that every person who comes to The Artcademy community feel honored, welcomed, loved and challenged.

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One Response to Google Analytics for WordPress- Part I

  1. Marjorie Dawson February 3, 2016 at 4:36 pm #

    Most impressive. Many people struggle genuinely with GA and are very intimidated. This is great!

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