How to Use Google Analytics for Analyzing our Traffic

image What service do you use to analyze your blog traffic? is it FeedJit live traffic? Sitemeter traffic counter? or anything else? And what you get from those service? Yes, you only get a little amount of information about the traffic of your blog. So, why getting an enormous amount of information about the traffic of our blog is necessary for us? Well, there are so many answers such as we can set our goal (the amount of traffic we want to achieve), we can improve our SEO or SERP, even we can maximize our AdSense Earning! Thus, this time i give you a little basic knowledge of using Google Analytics (for blogspot user only!)

::. Step-by-Step

  1. Sign Up
    Yes, just like the other services, we need to sign up first to get our unique identity to log in. Go to Google Analytics, click the sign up button. But, if you already have a google account use your email and password to sign in. Next, you will be brought to a window which allow you to insert the URL of your blog you want to analyze. Also give the blog account name which is easy for you to remember. Notice that you can also analyze more than one blog with google analytics. Next step is select the country your site based in, and select the appropriate time zone. Click continue, in the next window give your contact information and click continue. Click Yes to show them that you agree with Google Terms of Service. Click Create New Account.
  2. Insert Google Analytics code to Your Blog
    image Find the </body> tag, and put your Google Analytics code above that tag. Save your template.
    Keep in mind each time you change your blog template, each time you change your blog template, you should copy paste your Analytics code to your new HTML code again.

 

 

 

::. Analyze your Blog Traffic and Performance

There are so many things provided by Google Analytics, with it you can easily check how many visitors you reach per day, where do they come from, or which content of your blog is the most popular. And I will give you a little explanation about getting an overview about your blog traffic.

  1. First off, sign in to Google Analytics with your account
  2. Once, you will see the overview of your account. click the link and you will be brought to the advance mode.
  3. There, you can see your blog report in details by clicking 'View Report' Link.

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That is a little tips about using Google Analytics for you who never use it before. It's a powerful tools. And you should give it a try if you want to improve your Traffic. GOod Luck!

11 comments:

argyll2002 said...

Very informative, i find google anylitics a bit confusing sometimes and found this info very helpful, thanks for sharing.

Roflopagos Island said...

Thanks for making sense of this complicated service!

Twoheadsrbetterthanone said...

I used to traffic meter sites, sitemeter and analytics. They are both useful to me as a blogger.

Twoheadsrbetterthanone said...

I used to traffic meter sites, sitemeter and analytics. They are both useful to me as a blogger.

Jazz Villanueva said...

I used to traffic meter sites, sitemeter and analytics. They are both useful to me as a blogger.

Muhammad Akrom said...

I not understand with google analystic traffict,,,,

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thanks for nice info..

iliketo said...

Great article, Google Analytics is very useful.

Charlene said...

I've been using StatCounter but Google Analytics looks very interesting... will need to check it out.

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