3 Clues Your Google Analytics Isn’t Set Up Right

Do you have Google Analytics set up on your site? Are you sure it’s installed correctly? Think something might be off?

Check out this video for 3 clues that your Google Analytics account might not be set up properly on your site.

Let me know the comments: have you seen any wonky data in your Google Analytics? What sort of issues have you run into when trying to set this up? How did you handle it?

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10 Responses so far.

  1. Liz,I’m coming via Jules Taggart. Thanks for the 3 clues. I passed, but always good to check these things. I use WordPress, so I was pretty confident of the setup.

  2. Fernando says:

    Thank you, Liz, for these tips!

    I have a question for you:

    After I have installed the WordPress Google Analytics Plugin by Yoast and I have checked that in the status of my Google Analytics page says that my tracking ID is also installed, do I have to do something else in order to start viewing the statistics? I don’t know if I also have to copy and paste the code provided by Google Analytics in my website. If so, in which files should I paste it? As you may have noticed, I am giving my first steps in WordPress. :)

    Thank you!




    • Liz Lockard says:

      Hey Fernando – if you’ve put your tracking code in the Yoast plugin, you should be good to go! Google Analytics can take up to 24 hours to start showing data for you. Hope that helps!

      • Fernando says:

        Thank you a lot, Liz!

        I’ve noticed that, in my previous comment, I put my name twice. I am not an egocentric person, believe me! 😉



  3. Kara says:

    Hi Liz,

    So glad to have found you. I know the power of google analytics is there but I have had a hard time finding relatable resources to learn about it. I have just started to follow you and watched the above video and I passed on 2/3. Oursite/referral is the 2nd largest source. What does that mean, and how do I fix it? Do you have further resources on that? Thank you!

  4. jimmie says:

    Call me dumb, but I have installed google analytics and I find no way (on the site) or clue to to access data.
    Thank you for your help.
    Jimmie Moglia

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