Introducing the remarkable DoubleDome Google Analytics Setup plugin, a tool that brings together power and user-friendliness to seamlessly incorporate Google Analytics into your WordPress website. This plugin simplifies the process of tracking and analyzing your website’s performance through Google Analytics 4, providing you with invaluable insights about your audience and empowering you to make informed decisions to optimize your online presence.
With the DoubleDome Google Analytics Setup plugin, connecting your WordPress website to your Google Analytics account is a breeze, even if you lack technical expertise. All you need to do is install and activate the plugin, enter your Google Analytics tracking code, and voila! You’re all set to start monitoring the metrics of your website.
This exceptional tool empowers you to delve deep into the intricate details of your website’s traffic and user behavior. Seamlessly integrated with Google Analytics which offers a treasure trove of detailed reports and statistics, providing you with a comprehensive understanding of your website’s performance.
Elevate your website analytics to new heights with the DoubleDome Google Analytics plugin’s cutting-edge tracking capabilities. This remarkable plugin goes beyond the basics, offering you advanced features like event tracking and outbound link tracking. Say goodbye to guesswork and gain a comprehensive understanding of your visitors’ interactions on your website.
The plugin also ensures seamless compatibility with popular WordPress themes and plugins, guaranteeing a smooth integration process. It is regularly updated to stay compatible with the latest version of WordPress, ensuring optimal performance and security.
Quick and easy integration of Google Analytics into your WordPress website.
Real-time monitoring of website traffic, page views, sessions, bounce rates, and conversion rates.
Advanced tracking options for event tracking and outbound link tracking.
Compatibility with popular WordPress themes and plugins.
Regular updates to ensure compatibility and security.
By leveraging the power of Google Analytics through the DoubleDome Google Analytics plugin, you can gain valuable insights that will help you enhance your website’s performance, improve user experience, and achieve your online goals more effectively.
How To Install DoubleDome Google Analytics plugin
This very simple plugin allows you to quickly connect your website to your Google Analytics account for complete tracking. Within one setting view you’ll be able to add your GA 4 ID, page location, and any desired custom GTag objects and custom code.
Steps to Enable Google Analytics 4:
- Create a GA 4 account Click here
- Take note of your tracking ID
- Add your tracking ID to the plugin settings
- Select location of the tracking code (not Google recommendation)
- Set any custom Gtag Object(s) if desired
- Set any Custom Code to be included with your tracking script
- Set location of your Custom Code if necessary
- Simple GA 4 Tracking ID Entry
- Set script location
- Ability to add custom GTag Objects
- Ability to add custom code entries & location
- Plugin support via email
Do you have questions or issues with DoubleDome – Google Analytics Setup? Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Upload the entire
google-analytics-ddfolder to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Configure Google Analytics 4 ID?
Click on “DoubleDome GA4” in left sidebar menu of WordPress Admin. On this page, click on “PLUGIN SETTINGS” and enter Google Analytics 4 Measurement ID into “Google Analytics 4 Measurement ID” field. Select the Google Analytics Tag location placement and click on “Save Changes” button. That’s it. Google Analytics tracking will start working.
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Contributors & Developers
“DoubleDome – Google Analytics Setup” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- Fixed an issue with undefined variable on PHP 8
- Tested upto WordPress 6.1.1
- Initial release of the plugin.