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Setting up Google Analytics and Webmaster tools

Setting up Google Analytics and Webmaster tools

So far you have created content for people to read, you have successfully installed WordPress, the design is perfect but wait is anyone looking?

Using one of our basic plugins that we installed earlier we are going to configure Google Analytics and Google webmaster tools.

When each is installed we will have the ability to see how many website you will have the ability to see.

  • The total amount of website visitors you get (google analytics)
  • The pages they view (google analytics)
  • The most popular pages (google analytics)
  • The amount of time spent on your website (google analytics)
  • The browser they use (google analytics)
  • The search terms they use to find your website (google webmaster tools)
  • The links from other websites to your website (google webmaster tools)

This basic insight will help guide you with what is popular on your website and what is not. You can use the statistics to improve the unpopular content or you may decide to avoid the unpopular and concentrate on your best content.

A basic understanding of your website Analytics will help you with the marketing of your website to promote it later on with advertising.

Follow this video tutorial to setup and install Google Analytics and Google webmaster tools.

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