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How to Add Google Analytics to a WordPress Website in 2021

If you are new to the world of blogging, or just realized the need for website analytics, then you are in the right place.

This guide not only covers how to add Google Analytics to WordPress site but would also help you sign up for Google Analytics.

Website analytics is an important part of knowing the audience of your website. With the help of traffic stats, you can easily improve traffic, sales, and other key metrics of a business.

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What are UTM Parameters and How to use them

Would you like to know which marketing campaigns drive the most traffic on your Website? or you want to know how well your email newsletters are doing?

This is where UTM parameters will help you to analyze your marketing campaigns. UTM parameters will help you to track multiple campaigns that you are running and provide you data you will need for campaign optimization.

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How to Find Traffic Sources to WordPress Web-Pages in Google Analytics

Google Analytics is like your Website's Digital Doctor. It can analyze every aspect of your website, starting from SEO to Traffic and individual Web-Page  Performance. Most of the reports give an overall idea about how your website is doing. But often you might need to check up on individual web-pages. Luckily, you can do that too using Google Analytics. Here, we will discuss How to Find Traffic Sources to WordPress Web-Pages in Google Analytics.

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How to solve not set in Google Analytics Reports

Google Analytics Reports are a great tool to have a better insight, about your WordPress Website’s Performance. But, you cannot rely on them blindly no matter how detailed the reports are. Also, faulty interpretations of Google Analytics Reports can lead to undesirable outcomes. 

A key Google Analytics Report result which is prone to misinterpretation is the not set in Google Analytics Landing Pages Reports. Whenever you see this error, don’t be too quick to jump to the conclusion that your Website is doing poorly.

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How to Set Up Your Multilingual ECommerce Website (in 5 Steps)

How to grow business sales and revenue, is the common challenges that most of the eCommerce entrepreneur faces around the world. If you have all the right frameworks in a single place then it would be very easy to create a multilingual eCommerce website.

The eCommerce website having a multilingual feature can help your business to reach maximum audiences rapidly and in a user-friendly style. 

Creating a user-friendly online store is a big task, thus adding functionality that will help you to sell your products internationally will make your website development task much more difficult. 

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Google Analytics Limits

Google Analytics is one of the famous and best Web Analytics tool used by millions of websites and apps. Google Analytics helps the website owners or marketing experts to analyze the insights of their websites including the behavior of visitors on their websites and products. These analytics will help business owners or marketing experts to take business decisions.

But there are some Google Analytics Limits in terms of Data collection, APIs Quota & Limitations, Accounts, Properties, and other points in the standard version of Google Analytics.

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How to Track Organic Keywords in Google Analytics

Google Analytics separates traffic that arrives at your site through a search engine result from the traffic that arrives via other referring channels, like paid advertisement or back-links. Keywords that drive traffic to your site vary, Search Engine to Search engine. Here, we will discuss How to track organic keywords in Google Analytics. Luckily, Google Analytics automatically recognizes the most popular search engines and attributes traffic to these sources. You can easily analyze the organic keywords in Google Analytics.

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12 Common WordPress SEO mistakes to fix for Better Ranking

Do you want to boost your WordPress website’s visibility in the SERP’s and boost your Search engine results ranking? For, this you need to improve and fix some common WordPress SEO mistakes for better ranking. Here, you will learn some of the most common WordPress SEO mistakes and how to fix them to boost your WordPress Website ranking.

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How Quickly should a website page load?

The short answer to this question is a Website page load as quickly as possible. But to speed up the loading time of a website page isn’t always easy. Here we will discuss how fast your page should load and tips to boost the speed of your website.

For most websites, a lot of effort required to improve the website page’s speed, so it’s important to know on which points you need to work to improve the website loading speed and which areas of the website that you don’t need to optimize to speed up the website loading speed.

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How to Integrate Analytify Pro with WordPress Listify Theme

WordPress Analytify is a powerful Google Analytics plugin to track website traffic and get all your website stats on your WordPress Dashboard. It not only shows stats on the dashboard but the admin has the authority to show stats on the front-end for every single page and post and even for custom post types. WordPress Listify is a theme on which every user wants to know how many visitors visit their listing. For second this task is functionality is difficult for the website owner as there is no such functionality in theme but with WordPress Analytify it can be done in seconds. 

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