In the past few months, we have been working hard to make sure our users can take full advantage of the new Google Analytics 4 (GA4) version.
Today, we announce that Analytify 5.0 is now available and fully compatible with Google Analytics 4. With the new version of Analytify, you’ll get more detailed insights from your Google Analytics 4 data in the WordPress dashboard.
Are you wondering how to track unique visitors in Google Analytics?
In today’s digital world, online businesses and marketers need to keep track of who visits their websites so they can see how well it’s doing and how they can make it better. Unique visitors are one of the most important things to keep track of.
Google Client ID and Client Secret are required for authentication and authorization purposes when integrating applications with Google services, such as Google APIs or OAuth-based authentication. The Client ID and Client Secret are obtained from the Google Developers Console when you create a new project and enable the corresponding APIs.
In this article, we’ll guide you through setting up Google Client ID and Client Secret for authentication and authorization when integrating applications with Google services.
On July 1, 2023, new data will flow only into Google Analytics 4 properties because standardUniversal Analytics properties will stop processing data. This is a good indicator that you should learn Google Analytics 4 so that you feel no hurdles to sharing Google Analytics 4 Reports.
Important Note: On July 1, 2023, your Universal Analytics property will no longer be able to process data. To ensure that you can continue tracking and measuring your digital properties, switching to Google Analytics 4 before this date is essential.
Do you want to know how to migrate to Google Analytics 4? In this article, we’ll show you step by step how you can migrate from Universal Analytics to Google Analytics 4 (GA4).
At Analytify, we know the importance of staying organized and up-to-date with your WordPress website. That’s why we’re offering a special WordPress Christmas and New Year sale to help make your work easier.
From now until the end of December, we’re offering a 30% discount on all Analytify plans! Simply use coupon code HOLLYPRESS to get your special holiday savings when you check out.
It’s that time of year again! Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just around the corner, and we’ve got some great WordPress Black Friday deals lined up for you. Whether you’re looking for a new WordPress theme or plugin, or just some general hosting and WordPress services, we’ve got you covered.
Are you looking for an alternative to Jetpack WordPress Stats?
When it comes to tracking website traffic, Analytify vs Jetpack Stats is a common debate. Users, particularly the first-timers, see Jetpack WordPress Stats on their WordPress websites.
Some of these users want detailed information about website traffic and user behavior. As a result, these users often experiment with website analytics reporting plugins such as Analytify to find the right fit for their requirements.
In this article, we’ll discuss several pointers in Analytify vs. Jetpack Stats and show how Analytify adds value to your website.
Are phone calls an important lead-gen channel for your business?
You can set up call tracking in Google Analytics to see the leads and related information to understand the share of phone calls in your leads. When you set your phone number tracking, you are tracking the leads generated when website visitors click the phone numbers you mentioned on your website.
In this article, we’ll show you a simple way of call tracking in Google Analytics and then go into the details of how Analytify can help you see the information in your website dashboard.