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How To Easily Install Google Analytics To Blogs

One of the best way to monitor our blog of its advancement including traffic count and characteristics of readers is to have Google analytics installed in your blog. You spend many hours writing great articles for your website. So why not take a few minutes to set up Google Analytics to monitor your stats?There are many advantage of having this installed because almost everything in your blogs will be monitored, much more useful in advertising purposes in which you can track and see your targeted viewers. There are also many Adnetworks that needs your Analytics data for approval purposes.

This step by step tutorial will teach you on How To Easily Install Google Analytics To Blogger Blogs


1. Visit:https://www.google.com/analytics/web and sign in your account or register a new one
2. Fill out information, then click Get Tracking ID


3. Now Log In to your Blogger Blog account
4. In the left navigation, select Settings

5. Under settings go to Others
6. Enter the Tracking code (UA-38929214-1)



Save and your Done!!!

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