Google analyticator features

Google Analyticator adds the necessary JavaScript code to enable Google Analytics logging on any WordPress blog. This eliminates the need to edit your template code to begin logging. Google Analyticator also includes several widgets for displaying Analytics data in the admin and on your blog.

Setting up the plugin

Please watch this video to learn how to authenticate the new version of the plugin with your Google Analytics account.

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Hiding analytics accounts

If you install analytics for a client you don't want all of your accounts available in the dropdown list. We give you the option to hide the dropdown. It is replaced by the name of the site. If for any reason you want to change the value in the dropdown you need to reset the plugin.

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Content experiments

It's now possible to extent Google Analyticator to run content experiments from inside your WordPress dashboard. You can set up experiments without ever having to add any javascript code or having to visit the Google Analytics website. Learn more.

Content Experiments

Universal analytics support

Google Analyticator offers you the option of using the traditional analytics tracking (ga.js) or the new Universal Analytics. Universal Analytics is the next generation of Google Analytics. However, before using it, please make sure you have it setup correctly in your analytics account. You can find out more about this from the official Google Analytics support.


Remarketing with Google Analytics lets you follow up with people who have already visited your website, and deliver ad content specifically targeted to the interests they expressed during those previous visits. Google Analyticator will add this code automatically for you, but please make sure you have setup your account properly before using this feature. You will also need to edit your permissions.

Demographics & interests reports

Analytics now includes data on your users' demographics (age, gender) and interests (affinity categories, other categories). You can analyze those data with two new categories of reports in the Audience section.

Link / event tracking

Google Analyticator supports outbound link tracking of all links on the page, including links not managed by WordPress. It also supports download link tracking and event tracking with outbound links / downloads instead of the old pageview tracking method.

In-Page analytics – enhanced link attribution

In-Page analytics lets you make a visual assessment of how users interact with your web pages. It is available in Google Analytics under the Content section on the Standard Reporting tab. Google Analyticator can add the necessary javascript which allows you to see separate information for multiple links on a page that all have the same destination. For example, if there are two links on the same page that both lead to the Contact Us page, then you see separate click information for each link.

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