August 29, 2012

10 Cool Google Analytics Plugins for WordPress

Google Analytics should not need any introduction. Almost all bloggers that I know rely on it to keep track of their site stats and find out more about their visitors. Adding Google Analytics to your website is a piece of cake. All you have to do is copy the appropriate code from Google to your template. These 10 Google Analytics…

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