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WPML Plugin Compatibility With Analytify

The WordPress Multilingual Plugin (WPML) is a great choice to make your website accessible to people internationally. WPML is a complete solution that lets you make a website that can be read in multiple languages. You can translate every part of your website into multiple languages. It’s an easy and effective way to reach people worldwide and grow your consumers or readers.

On the other hand, it’s also essential to know the efficacy of your website across different demographics and international audiences. Here’s where Analytify can help. Analytify is a powerful Google Analytics plugin for WordPress. It makes analytics easier to understand and allows viewing analytics right from your WordPress dashboard.

Given the significance of both of these tools, website owners and developers must prioritize their compatibility. This article explore the WPML plugin compatibility with Analytify, how you can benefit from their integration, and how to track your translated website in Google Analytics.

WPML and Analytify: A Powerful Pairing

Compatibility between WPML and Analytify offers a robust solution for businesses seeking to expand their reach and better comprehend their global audience. Integrating these tools lets you efficiently administer a multilingual site and receive data on its performance across various languages and locations.

1. Smooth Integration

WPML and Analytify are WordPress plugins that make integration simple. These WordPress plugins function well together.

2. Improved Multilingual Analytics

WPML lets you translate your website into multiple languages to reach various audiences. Analytify provides language and region-specific analytics data after WPML is set up. It helps you make data-driven decisions to increase user experience and engagement. 

3. Improved Geo-Targeted Content Strategies

WPML and Analytify can help you make a geo-targeted plan when used together.

While Analytify provides data on how well your content performs in other locations, WPML enables you to develop content for those regions. With this information at hand, you can fine-tune your content strategy and boost the efficiency of your advertising campaigns.

How to Track Your Translated Website in Google Analytics

Follow the steps to track your translated website performance in Google Analytics and Analytify.


  1. A WordPress site integrated with GA4 
  2. Analytify Pro is installed on your WordPress site and integrated with GA4
  3. WPML plugin on your WordPress site

First, Configure WPML with Analytify

1. Log in to your WordPress website dashboard.

2. Navigate to WPML>>Languages.

3. A new window will open where you will find a Language URL format window with different URL format options (Different languages in directories & Language name added as a parameter); select any of them.


How To Get a Subdirectory

1. Navigate to WPML>>Language in your WordPress dashboard and go to the Language URL format window.

2. Select the language part after the URL of your website.

Note: Subdirectory is dependent on the option that we have selected.

For example, if we select the option “Different languages in directories,” then we will use /fr in the Subdirectory of view, and if we select the option “Language name added as a parameter,” then we will add /?lang=fr in the Subdirectory of View.

subdirectory parameter

Track Translated Websites in GA4

Setting up Google Analytics 4 (GA4) to track different subdirectories through Analytify means making new events that show traffic and user actions on these translated sites.

If you don’t know how to track your translated web versions, follow the below steps.

Step 1: Find Unique URLs of the Translated Pages(Subdirectories)

To make events that work well in GA4, you need to know the unique URLs for each translated version of your website. For example, if is the English version and is the Spanish version, you would want to track the /es folder. 

Step 2: Make a New Custom Dimension in GA4

  • Go to your GA4 homepage and then Admin.
  • Choose Events from the menu on the left.
  • Click on Create Event.
  • Give your event a name, like spanish_site_visit, that tells what it is.
  • Under Event Parameters, you’ll need to fill in the event’s details. Here, you can enter the part of the URL for the translated form of your site, such as ‘/es’. Or you can write an appropriate parameter like translation_lang.
  • Next, Save your event.
custom dimensions

You would need to repeat these steps for each translated version of your site that you want to track. 

How To View Analytics Report In Analytify

To view the analytics in Analytify, navigate to Analytify>>Dashboards.

analytify dashboard

That’s it!

That’s how you can easily view the analytics of your website’s translated version with the WPML plugin in Analytify.

If you need help, look at the FAQs on the Analytify website or contact the Analytify support team.

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