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hello and welcome you are now looking at
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a WordPress website you’re actually
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looking at the admin panel and what
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we’re going to do is we’re going to
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create a connection between Google
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Analytics and our WordPress website
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you’re going to do this through and
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install the plug-in and so if you don’t
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already have a plug-in that accepts
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Google Analytics you’re going to go and
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you’re going to click the add new link
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where you see the plug-in section so you
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can actually click this plug-in section
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you can then click the add new button
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and what you’re going to do when you get
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there is you’re going to click inside of
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this dialog box I’m just going to write
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in Google Analytics now WordPress has a
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number of plugins available you’ll
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typically want to make sure that you
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have one that is reviewed and that has a
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good track record of updating the
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plug-in once you find one with good
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reviews and a fair number of installs
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you’re going to click the Install Now
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button once you do that you’re going to
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click activate and then you’ll see the
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plug-in has been installed in your
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plug-in directory so what you’re going
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to do now is you want to hover over your
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settings area and then you want to go
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down to the link in the menu now in some
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cases you’ll see the plug-in depending
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on which one you install they’ll
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actually have its own separate menu
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someplace on the left side menu but
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typically you’ll see one in the settings
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area so go ahead and click the link that
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says Google Analytics now in this
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particular case you are going to have
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some configuration that you’re going to
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need to do we’re going to dismiss this
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notice and say the preference and then
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we’re going to come into the plug-in
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settings so you’ll notice right away
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that you’re going to be asked for a
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Google Analytics property ID now that’s
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gonna refer to the ID that we saw in
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Google Analytics when we created a
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website property so let’s go back to
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Google Analytics right now and you’ll
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notice that there is a tracking ID we’re
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going to copy that
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ID
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and then we’re going to carry it back to
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our website and then we’re going to
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enter the property ID we’re then going
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to click enable on our site now once
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we’ve enabled analytics all the other
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settings are going to be optional if you
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know that you want to configure them so
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we’re gonna do is we’re gonna scroll
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down to two other settings we’re going
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to enable Google Analytics in the
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WordPress admin area and we’re going to
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disable it for other users once we do
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that we’re going to then click settings
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now some plugins will be ready
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almost immediately other plugins expect
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24 to 48 hours as is the case with the
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plug-in that you’re watching right here
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but typically if you know your property
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ID and you can actually enable a few
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clicks you can set up Google Analytics
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with your WordPress website okay so with
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that thanks and I will see you in
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another video