Google Analyticator – WordPress plugin Free download

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Google Analyticator


Google Analyticator makes it super easy to view Google Analytics within your WordPress dashboard. This eliminates the need to edit your template code to begin logging. Google Analyticator also includes several widgets for displaying Analytics data in the admin and on your blog.

One of the most popular WordPress plugins for Google Analytics! Over 3.5+ million downloads.

Check out our other plugin for getting more traffic here.


Google Analyticator Has the Following Features:

Supports Universal (analytics.js) and traditional analytics (ga.js)
Includes an admin dashboard widget that displays a graph of the last 30 days of visitors, a summary of site usage, the top pages, the top referrers, and the top searches
Includes a widget that can be used to display visitor stat information on the front-end
Supports outbound link tracking of all links on the page, including links not managed by WordPress
Supports download link tracking
Shortcodes to show off your Google Analytics stats publicly
Supports event tracking with outbound links / downloads instead of the old pageview tracking method
Support site speed tracking
Allows hiding of Administrator visits without affecting Google Analytics’ site overlay feature
Supports any advanced tracking code Google provides
Installs easily – unlike other plugins, the user doesn’t even have to know their Analytics UID
Provides complete control over options; disable any feature if needed
Supports localization – get the settings page in your language of choice
Ability to hide Google UID dropdown
Translations – Polish, Turkish, Dutch and Spanish

A big thank you from the whole community to Ronald for all the hard work he put into this plugin.

We also would like to thank our translators:

Polish – Michał Mleczko from
Turkish – Cansın Çağan Acarer from


An example of the admin dashboard widget displaying stats pulled from Google Analytics.
The top half of the settings page.
The configuration options for the front-end widget.
An example of a front-end widget configuration.
An example of a front-end widget configuration.
An example of a front-end widget configuration.


Install the plugin and activate it.
Click to connect to Google Analytics and login.
Copy and paste your Google Authentication code and hit Save and Continue.
Choose the Analytics Account you want in the drop down.
Enable Google Analytics logging.
Scroll to the bottom and save.
Then go to your Dashboard to see your stats.


If you receive an error after authenticating, refresh the page, and it will work properly. This is a known issue, and we are working with Google to resolve it.

For any support issues, please use the official WordPress support forums.


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