How to share analytics info on your wordpress blog

Well if you want to attract visitors if you are new blogger and have decent traffic, you may wish to share your original analytics visits every day with your website visitors or advertisers. All bloggers using wordpress can use this plugin

Ronald Heft explains, “this plugin allows WordPress users to easily configure tracking and reporting of Google Analytics data without having to manually edit their WordPress template files. The plugin uses the new Google Analytics API to retrieve the unique visitor information and display it directly on your blog.”

 How to share analytics info on your wordpress blog

Example of the Analyticator plugin display

To use the plugin, download it from the WordPress plugin Website or just search for, “analyticatorin the “Add a New Plugin” section of the WordPress Administration page. According to Heft, Sprial plans to surface more Google Analytics API data, such as a summary dashboard of website statistics and a widget to display the most popular pages.

Even I have added this plugin and now sharing with you all my blog daily visits as per analytics stats. If you are an advertiser and want to advertise on this website, please visit : Advertise on FreeTechJournal.com

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3 Comments

  1. Rohit Sane says:

    Even though this is a cool find! I would suggest not to show your visitor count on your blog as it seems to be quite unprofessional..This is just my suggestion..NO offenses meant..

  2. Walker Balke says:

    Actually, this seems a pretty decent blog, and since I’ve contemplated entering the 21st Century, you’re a good source of advice.

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