How To Add Google Analytics To Your Website - The easy way

Oct 9, 2020

Adding analytics to your website is an important part of running your website. There’s no need to edit your theme or install a plugin to add a tracking code to Concrete CMS. Go to your Google Analytics analytics and grab your google analytics code. Find your Tracking ID and global site tag 1. Sign in to your Analytics account. 2. Click Admin. 3. Select an account from the menu in the ACCOUNT column. 4. Select a property from the menu in the PROPERTY column. 5. Under PROPERTY, click Tracking Info > Tracking Code.

Your Tracking ID is displayed at the top of the page.

Your global site tag is displayed farther down the page in a text box under Website Tracking > Global Site Tag (gtag.js)

Copy the entire contents of the text box and go to your concrete Website. Goto Dashboard -> System & Settings -> SEO & Statistics ->Tracking Codes text

Paste your Google Analytics Code in the Header Tracking Tracking Codes text

Results:

You should now see your google analytics code on every page of your website right after the text

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