Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Would not it be nice to know how lots of people visited your weblog every day? What is to know which of your posts are most popular? Surprisingly nice Weebly does not offer any native weblog analysis, but fortunately it is not Google Analytics - available at no cost.

Google Analytics is a great tool that will show you all kinds of useful knowledge about how people found your weblog, the keywords they searched to find where they came from, and even how long they stayed. You will learn more about where your visitors come from and how they interact together with your weblog. This is a tool in case you are trying to build a profitable weblog otherwise, are flying blind!
This article will show how to add Google Analytics to your Weebly Blog/Site.
First Go To...Sign in / Sign up
 Select " Creat New Account "
Now write Your Weebly Blog/Site URL
Account Name
Set Time Zone Country or Territory
Set Time Zone
 Check Mark on " Yes, I agree to the above terms and conditions "
Click " Creat Account "
Now the following screen is very important. This is the code you need to copy and paste into your Weebly Footer Section .( Save This Code in Notepad )Save it as you will need to use later.
 Now Sign in Your Weebly Account
Click on " Settings "
Click on " Search Engine Optimization (SEO) "
Past Code in " Footer Section "
Now Go To "Google Analytics" and Click "Contnue"

Now it usually takes an hour or so before you will see all the data (maybe more if you do not get much traffic to your blog) so please be patient. Trust me, you will be recording at least once a day just to see how much traffic your blog is receiving. It is very addictive and powerful information to learn. You will be surprised that the messages are the most popular and what people from countries in reading your blog.
Google Analytics is very powerful and have learned to install on your Blogger template. We have not even scratched the surface of the features and reporting can be done. For most bloggers, that is sufficient. The data will be collected and will only be reviewed. Other objectives in more detail (such as selling products or services, creating a sales channel, etc) will want to spend more time learning GA. I hope you enjoyed the tutorial and not blame me for your new addiction found!


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