HOW TO Add Google Analytics to Your WordPress Blog

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15 Responses to HOW TO Add Google Analytics to Your WordPress Blog

  1. deneatins says:

    what the fuck are you doing with your mouth,what’s with that habit , like you’re sucking your teeth

  2. Julie Austin says:

    I agree with Keri completely. Both pulling our hair out! Thanks for making it easy.

  3. Mary McKinney says:

    SEO is incredibly competitive. If you just go and google Roltan Ranking Platform, you will see how to swim with the SEO sharks, without being eaten alive.

  4. WordpressTutorials10 says:

    I have created a lot of wordpress websites and I know that WordPress configuration can be a big hassle and most marketers get it wrong. So I decided to record every detail of my work in a video training. go to: ===> /watch?v=XL2kQCl5PdI <==

  5. Devin Hunter says:

    Awsome video,

    Thanks Jesse

  6. wordpresstutorials1 says:

    WordPress is the best, Thanks for the great tutorial video.

  7. TheJamesdickdean says:

    Thanks a lot mate, Much more clear than Explanation of WordPress…

  8. Sahith Hazari says:

    Once i save the code. WordPress deletes my opening and closing tag!

  9. Sylvie Benson says:

    So helpful – thank you!

  10. japanmylovedotcom says:

    thank you! It helped bunches!

  11. glockman1727ak47 says:

    it even says HTML on the text thing so it should allow me to put in html CODE. WTF wordpress?

  12. glockman1727ak47 says:

    Once i save the code. WordPress deletes my opening and closing tag!

  13. tacolord187 says:

    BRILLIANT! Plugins…waste of time! Especially when my theme supports footer widgets! Thanks a bunch! Contact me, i may even box you!

  14. Jesse Luna says:

    I use the “Google Analytics” plugin by Bernardi. Sorry for the late response!

  15. jschreck9900 says:

    I didn’t add a title, but the script still shows up on my page – is there a way to avoid this with a free template and being hosted on wordpress still?

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