How To Set Google Analytics

Google Analytics acts like a high-powered magnifying glass for your website, showing you who’s coming and going. Dive into the steps to get Google Analytics up and running on your site. You’ll uncover hidden truths about your visitors. Who loves your site the most? You’re about to find out. With a dash of excitement and a sprinkle of expertise, let us show you how to harness the power of your site’s data. Keep your eyes peeled for those golden nuggets of insight that usually stay under wraps. Perfect for site owners itching to boost their traffic. Stick around, the best part is just ahead.

Step 1: Create a Google Account

If you don’t already have a Google account, you’ll need to create one. Go to and follow the instructions to create an account.

Step 2: Create a Google Analytics Account

Once you have a Google account, go to and click on “Sign Up” in the top right corner.

Step 2.1: Enter Your Website Information

On the sign-up page, enter your website information, including the URL of your website and the industry category that best describes your business.

Step 2.2: Create a Property

After entering your website information, you’ll be prompted to create a property. A property is a unique identifier for your website in Google Analytics. Give your property a name and select the reporting view that best suits your needs.

Step 3: Install the Google Analytics Tracking Code

Once you have created your property, you’ll need to install the Google Analytics tracking code on your website. The tracking code is a small piece of JavaScript that you can add to your website’s HTML code.

Step 3.1: Copy the Tracking Code

In your Google Analytics account, go to “Admin” and select the property you created in step 2. Under “Tracking Info,” click on “Tracking Code” and copy the code that appears.

Step 3.2: Paste the Tracking Code

Open your website’s HTML code and paste the tracking code just before the closing