A master work from Google for blogger users is Google Analytics. Google analytics show useful information about how many people visited, from where people visiting your site, how people found your blog, keywords they searched to find you and how long they stayed in your site.
Using Google analytics help to Search Engine Optimisation, blog promotion, using correct keywords, lables, traffic analysis and how to make money online.
All bloggers must make use of Google Analytics and try to analyze the potential behind their blog or site. Based upon these analyses, try to change your way of approach and earn more money.
Here in this article I’m trying to teach you how to Setup a Google Analytics account. You should approach this with utmost care so that the data will be most useful for you.
If you feel any doubt please feel free to comment and ask me.
SETUP A GOOGLE ANALYTICS ACCOUNT
Click here to go to Google Analytics and sign in using your Blogger username and password. Your login screen looks like this:
New users can make a new account also with this. The signup form looks like this.
After filling all required details, Click on the Create My account and your email will get a confirmation email and click the link on that. It will take you to manage your account. Clicking further will take you to a page like this
You can put the URL of your blog without http://, choose an Account Name, Country and Time zone. Then click continue.
You will reach a Page like this:
You may put your contact information in this and then proceed to the Accept User Agreement tab.
Read the USER AGREEMENT fully and click on “Yes I agree above terms and conditions” and then click on Create New Account
Once you accept the User Agreement, and Click on create new account then you will reach Add Tracking. This is very important step.
You can see two different types of CODES, one is NEW TRACKING CODE and other is LEGACY TRACKING CODE. You had to copy any one of the code and place it in your website or blog. It’s better to use the NEW TRACKING CODE.
Now just copy that code and paste it into notepad or into a MS Word document. Save it as you’ll need to use it later.
After finishing copying the CODE, you click on the CONTINUE button. Now you will reach Google Analytics dashboard. It will look like this.
In this dashboard you can see name of your website or blog URL in the left top corner and Account name on the right top corner. In the middle you can see “STATUS” with a yellow triangle. This indicates that there is no data from your site coming to Google Analytics. This will be ok once you add the code in the HTML of your site.
Now listen to the most important part: Addition of CODE in your site