Apr 222014

Suffusion Google Analytics post shows you how to set up your Google Analytics and add the code into Suffusion theme.

Last Updated: March 8, 2018

Latest News: I have updated the information below.

Most of you might not be using Google Analytics to monitor what is happening in your site. If you don’t I recommend that you do. After all it is free to use Google Analytics. And if you, then you are lucky because Suffusion allows you to add the code in Suffusion admin panel dashboard. This means that you don’t have to install a plugin.

Suffusion Google Analytics

Step 1 ) Log into Google account and go to Account tools and click on View account data. See image below.


Step 2 ) The next image Dashboard displays a list of tools in your account. Select Analytics and click on Settings.


Step 3 ) In the following image click on Admin button.


Step 4 ) Go to PROPERTY and click on Tracking Info. See image below.


Step 5 ) The following image displays the code you need to select and copy to your clipboard.

Note: The UA number has been removed for privacy reasons, your number will be displayed. Remember that if you have more than one account, you have to make sure you select the correct code per account.


Step 6 ) Log into your website admin panel. Click on Appearance -> Suffusion Options -> Back-end -> Analytics. See image below.



Step 7 ) Make sure you select Analytics enabled options and you paste the code you copied above which should be on your clipboard into the white space where it says Paste Code Here. See image below.


Step 8 ) Make sure you click on Save/Reset and click on Save page ‘Analytics’ button. See image below.


That is all you need to do to add your Google Analytics to Suffusion theme.

Click on the following URL Back End Tutorials for more back end tutorials.

If you have any questions please let me know. I will be updating this from time to time. So keep coming back for the latest.


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