Setting Up your Analytics Account

Establishing A Google Analytics account will help provide you valuable insights into the traffic levels and behavior of your site visitors.  It can also be paired in your Google Marketing Platform to your Google Ads account.  

Below is a video which walks through the basic setup of establishing and placing your google analytics snippet.  

Establishing Your Google Analytics Account: 

Start by ensuring you have logged into your google account.  Then proceed to the Google Analytics Suite of your Marketing Platform. 

https://marketingplatform.google.com/about/analytics/

Click Sign In or Start For Free. 

Creating Your First Account

(Note: You may add additional properties inside of an existing account.)

Navigate to the Admin options of your analytics dashboard. This is located in the lower left hand corner of the screen. 


Click Create Account in the first column. 

Add the following to your new account profile: 

  1. A new Account Name (You may title this anyway you like)
  2. A new website name (This is your first property.  You may add others.  We recommend that you use the website domain name here.)
  3. Your website domain URL.  (Note that you will need to select https://

Obtaining your site tracking ID: 


Review the data sharing settings and click Get Tracking ID. 

You will be prompted to accept the terms and conditions of use.  After agreeing to the terms, you will be shown your site tracking ID, and your code snippet for placement on your website.  

Copy the Code snippet shown in FULL.  

Placing your Tracking Code on your website

Navigate to the admin login of your AgentFire website.  This is located at /wp-admin/ 

Yourexampledomain.com/wp-admin/

In your admin sidebar, navigate to:
Settings > AgentFire Settings > Header/Footer Metas & Scripts

Paste your Google Analytics Tracking Code in the Header after opening tag area. 

Congratulations, your site is will now track and display analytics data in your analytics dashboard. 

Notes: 

  1. Your site pages are cached on a global CDN network.  Your analytics script will not immediately publish to your live site.  The caching period is 4 hours.  
  2. You will need to wait a minimum of 24hrs for your Google Analytics dashboard to begin displaying data. 
  3. Once you have completed your analytics setup, consider setting up a webmaster dashboard with Bing:  Setting up A Bing Webmaster Account
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