March 21, 2012

How to Add Google Analytics to WordPress in Three Simple Steps

Love it or hate it, you really should be using Google Analytics on your WordPress site. Even though the dark overlords at Google have restricted a lot of the data that used to be available in Analytics, it’s still an extremely…

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