Google Analytics is an excellent tool for getting in-depth visitor information from your websites. You can learn all the information about a website using this tool. For example,
1. How many people are visiting the site right now?
2. What is the total number of users in a given time period?
3. How many visitors have come from a specific country?
4. What kind of devices are they used to visit the website?
5. How do they know about this website?
6. How many of them are interested in a particular product or click on specific buttons?
7. How many of them came through the search, how many of them came from referrals, how many of them came through the emails and how many people came directly?
8. When did they visit and how long they stay?
9. How much of their age range?
10. In which area they lived in?
11. Did they new or came earlier?
12. Which area they are most interested in?
Not only get a trustworthy data for these queries, but you can also learn many more such kind of things from Google Analytics, which will give you a clear and transparent idea about your website users.
Let’s look at the step-by-step guide for how to you use Google Analytics on your website.
Step 1: To use Google Analytics, at first you need a Google account. You can sign up to Google Analytics using this account. To sign up for Google Analytics, visit the link below: analytics.google.com/
Here you can see a window like this below.
Step 2: After clicking on the signup, a window will open in front of you. If you open Google Analytics account for a website, you do not have to do anything. Because the default option for Google Analytic account is ‘website.’
Now you can give your account name, website name, URL of the website for a specific place and select the industry category. At the same time, you can also set up your time zone.
Step 3: When done, scroll down to the bottom and check all of the data sharing settings. Or, check the information you want to share from your website.
Step 5: After clicking on it, it will redirect you to the Google Analytics editor dashboard. Here you can find the Google Analytics tracking code.
Step 6: Copy the tracking code from here and paste it just after the first head (<head>) tag of your website. In some WordPress theme, you will find a specific option for Google Analytics code. Where you can enter the tracking code.
Step 7: If you want, you can immediately view your tracking results. Which will show you how many visitors are on your website right now!
By this way, you can monitor your website or mobile apps’ activities using Google Analytics. And understand what kind of content or topics are popular on your website.
Not only this, you can also link AdSense and AdWords to your Analytic code. As a result, you can use Google Analytics information in both cases, to generate advertisements and make money from advertisements.