Interesting? Yes Edublogs has upgraded its Google Analytics plugin and we even have an admin alert in our blog dashboards. I even read it! Went a bit like
Edublogs Supporters and use Google Analytics blah blah blah!
With zero visits being recorded that admin alert must have been really important.
Here’s what it really says!
Duh. All Edublogs supporters need to re-insert their ‘UA-’ string if they are using the Google Analytics plugin!
How much chocolate do I have to bride you NOT to tell James I misread the message? I’m probably not the only one?
Re-inserting Google Analytics Tracking Code
Here is what you need to do:
- Log into your Google Analytics account and grab your tracking code from your settings page
- In your blog dashboard go to Settings and click on your Google Analytics tab.
- Add the tracking code and click on Save Changes.
Stats tab In Your Blog Dashboard
In case you missed the other important news this week – there is now a new stats tab in your dashboard.
If you’re an Edublogs Supporter it’s collecting information on number of visitors to your blog, where they are coming from, the most popular content and search engine terms people are using.
So if you are interested in simpler statistics for your blog than Google Analytics make sure you check out your new Stats Tab.
To learn more about using Google Analytics check out:
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