Google Analytics and Blogger
Google Analytics is one option if you want more detailed statistics about your blog than you can get from Blogger’s Stats tab. It provides more features than most bloggers need, but it can be handy to use it from the beginning anyway, so that you have historical data when you do eventually want more detailed statistics.
It works by running a small script each time that a person views a screen from your blog: this reads some information about the person, their computer and what content they looked at, and adds it to a statistical database that you (and Google) can get reports from. It only collects data (number of visits, length of time spent, etc) from when the script is installed into your blogger blog.
How to use Google Analytics with Blogger ( in simple steps) :
Step 1: Sign up for Analytics
Step 2: Add Analytics tracking
- Sign in to Blogger.
- Click the blog you want to analyze.
- In the left menu, click Settings Other.
- Under “Google Analytics,” type the Analytics tracking ID. It should use this format: UA-XXXXX-XX.
- In the top right corner, click Save settings.
Note – It can take up to 24 hours for data to show up in Analytics.
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