Google Analytics Setup on Wizzley

by ajgodinho

Google Analytics is a powerful online tool that helps track and analyze your traffic data on your websites. This web page helps you setup Google Analytics on your Wizzley account.

How to Setup Google Analytics on Wizzley?

Using Google Analytics to Track Traffic Stats on Wizzley

Google Analytics Traffic StatsGoogle Analytics is a intelligent tool that helps you track traffic stats on your website or blogs. It’s a free tool that reports important traffic data to help you understand how people find your website, navigate through it, and interact with various features and modules of the site.

If you own a website, maintain a blog or write articles on revenue-sharing sites like Wizzley, Squidoo and Hubpages, I’m sure you would like to get insights into traffic to those sites. Google Analytics helps you do just that and provides detailed reports on various aspects of the traffic stats.

This web page is focused on helping Wizzley members setup Google Analytics on their account in order to help them keep track and analyze traffic data so as to better optimize their Wizzley pages. You will find step-by-step instructions on how to setup Google Analytics, incorporate it into Wizzley and use the information to create successful Wizzley pages.

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Setting Up Google Analytics on Wizzley

Step-by-Step Instructions on Setting Up Google Analytics

Below you find a step-by-step video tutorial on How to Setup Google Analytics on your Wizzley account. Alternatively, you can use the following written instructions to set it up:

  1. Go to: http://www.google.com/analytics/;
  2. Click the "Access Analytics" button;
  3. Sign-in using your Gmail account;
  4. Click "Sign Up" on the next screen;
  5. Enter "www.wizzley.com" in the website URL box;
  6. Choose an Account Name, Time Zone and continue;
  7. Enter Last Name, First Name, and Country;
  8. Accept the Terms of Service (check the box);
  9. Click on the "Create New Account" button;
  10. Leave default settings at "Analytics: Tracking Instructions";
  11. Click "Save and Finish".

Note: You require a Gmail account in order to setup Google Analytics. If you don't have one, at step 2 above, click on the link that reads "Create an account now" and follow instructions. Once you've done so, come back to step 3 and proceed.


Once you've followed the above instructions, you will be logged into your Google Analytics account. At the logged in screen, you will see a tracking code that looks something like "UA-12345678-1". Copy this Google Analytics tracking code and follow instructions below:

  1. Login to your Wizzley account;
  2. Go to: \ My Accounts \ Settings;
  3. Scroll down to the section called "Revenue";
  4. Click the "Edit" button;
  5. Paste the tracking code in the Google Analytics box.

That's it, once you've completed the above, Google Analytics will start tracking and analyzing your traffic data, on all your Wizzley pages, within 24 hours.

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Google Analytics Features Overview

Review of the Google Analytics Dashboard

This video tutorial below provides you an overview of some of the key features available on the Google Analytics dashboard. It shows you how to navigate through various sections of the site and how to customize traffic reports based on your needs.

Some of features that Google Analytics offers through this traffic analyzing tool are on visitors, traffic sources and specific content section of your website. It also allows you to set goals in terms of tracking your customer conversion rates for specific campaigns.

Video Overview of Google Analytics Features & Reports

How to Interpret Google Analytics Data?

Interpreting and Using Google Analytics to Optimize Your Website

This video tutorial below teaches you how to interpret and use the Google Analytics traffic data. It covers visitor metrics like number of visits, page views, pages/visit, bounce rate, average time on site and much more, to help you determine which web pages are more successful than others.

Also, it provides an overview of traffic sources like direct traffic, referring sites and search engines traffic which helps you understand how visitors arrived at your website. It goes in-depth into content of the website including specific keywords and keyword phrases that brought visitors to your site.

All this valuable data available through Google Analytics helps website owners effectively optimize and monetize their websites and run successful advertizing campaigns.

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Let me know if you found this web page useful in the comments section below

Based on the information on this web page, do you find it is useful to use Google Analytics to review and analyze traffic data to help you create successful websties? Please feel free to leave your thoughts, feedback, tips on how you use the Google Analytics tool in the comments section below...thanks for stopping by!

Updated: 06/21/2011, ajgodinho
 
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AngelaJohnson on 10/07/2014

Thank you. i'm going to get set up with Google Analytics soon.

squidooprincess2012 on 11/29/2012

Wow. Thank you so much for this! Got mine installed in a few minutes! :)

tribute_to_erasmus on 04/22/2012

Thanks for posting this, I was having a really hard time figuring it all out!

Pinkchic18 on 02/23/2012

This was very helpful! I didn't know it was possible. Great article!

john111 on 02/08/2012

This is a hugely helpful article. You have written it in a very clear way. You have taken into account many different situations (i.e. if you don't have a Gmail account, etc). I followed your article through and am ready to get data as soon as I have written 7 more articles. My account is created, though. Thanks a lot. I vote this up!

ajgodinho on 01/19/2012

@Jimmie with Google Analytics (GA) you can setup different accounts and different profiles within those accounts. If you already have a GA account, you just need to add a new profile to include Wizzley so you can track stats only specifically your Wizzley pages.

Since you already created a new account, which I'm assuming was with the Wizzley domain, and have the tracking number, just use that one for tracking your Wizzley pages. Enter the "UA" code in your Wizzley account settings and it should work for you. Given that the "UA" code is unique, though you're using Wizzely's main domain URL, it will track only your Wizzley pages because you are entering the number in your Wizzley account.

To differentiate between GA Account vs Profile, for example, I have two GA accounts, one for Squidoo-Wizzley and one for Blogger. Under the Squidoo-Wizzley account, I have two profiles, one for Squidoo and the other for Wizzley. Similarly, for the Blogger GA account, I have several profiles to track my different blogs on Blogger.

Hope this makes sense.

Jimmie on 01/18/2012

I can't figure this out. First of all, I have an Analytics account, so the directions don't work for me right off the bat. I've already got an adsense publisher account # that I plugged in here at Wizzley. I just want to access the traffic data for my wizzes.

When I went through your steps as best as I can, I got a NEW tracking number. Confused. Do I need to change my number here at Wizzley? And was the other number wrong?
I also don't understand how I can track only MY pages at Wizzley when I've entered wizzley.com. Won't that be everyone?

mandeesears on 01/17/2012

Wonderful article explaining Google Analytics AJ. I'm not surprised! LOL

whitemoss on 01/12/2012

Absolutely clear! Thanks.

Markets on 11/12/2011

Good tutorial. I spend about 1-2 hours daily going through my Google analytics account and checking out what worked and what didn't (keyword-wise).


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