Google Analyticator


Are you concern to get regular Analytics data? Do you manually add Analytics JavaScript code on every blog you add without mission one. If you want to get rid of that manual process Google Analyticator is an useful tool to get Analytics data on your admin panel. What Google Analyticator does is adds the necessary JavaScript code automatically on all blogs added or going to be added new in order to enable Google Analytics logging on any WordPress blog. With help of using this tool you can avoid editing your template code to begin logging. Google Analyticator also includes several widgets for displaying Analytics data in the admin and on your blog for your convenience and that lets you take swift overviews.

How To Install

  1. Start by going to WP-admin -> Plugins -> Add New. Search for: Google Analyticator. Click the install button.


  2. For a video explaining the simple installation process, please visit the new home of Google Analyticator.


  1. Supports Universal (analytics.js) and traditional analytics (ga.js)

  2. Includes an admin dashboard widget that displays a graph of the last 30 days of visitors, a summary of site usage, the top pages, the top referrers, and the top searches


  3. Includes a widget that can be used to display visitor stat information on the front-end

  4. Supports outbound link tracking of all links on the page, including links not managed by WordPress

  5. Supports download link tracking


  6. Supports event tracking with outbound links / downloads instead of the old pageview tracking method

  7. Support site speed tracking


  8. Allows hiding of Administrator visits without affecting Google Analytics’ site overlay feature

  9. Supports any advanced tracking code Google provides

  10. Installs easily – unlike other plugins, the user doesn’t even have to know their Analytics UID

  11. Provides complete control over options; disable any feature if needed

  12. Supports localization – get the settings page in your language of choice

  13. Ability to hide Google UID dropdown

  14. Translations – Polish, Turkish, Dutch and Spanish


An example of a front-end widget configuration.


An example of a front-end widget configuration.


An example of a front-end widget configuration.

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