In this article, we’ll show you how to install GA Connector tracking code on your website

To start tracking, please put this script on your website:

But instead of YOUR GA CONNECTOR ACCOUNT ID, please use the account ID that we have provided during the signup process. If you haven’t received yours yet, please email [email protected]

WordPress

If you’re using WordPress:

  1. Download our plugin here.
  2. Go to WordPress admin panel -> Plugins -> Add New -> Upload Plugin, choose file ga-connector-2.0.zip and then activate it.
    Activate GA Connector plugin
  3. Go to Settings – GA Connector and set your GA Connector ID. If you haven’t received yours yet, please email [email protected]
    GA Connector account id

Placement Requirements

  • This code should ideally be put in the very beginning of the <body> tag, or in the <head>. If it’s put in the middle or at the end of <body>, some visitors who don’t wait until the whole page loads, won’t be tracked correctly.
  • The code needs to be put on every page of the website, or at least on every page that can potentially the first one that user opens on the website.
  • If your website forms are located inside a cross-domain iframe, put this one line of JavaScript inside that iframe (in addition to the tracking code above on the main frame):

  • If you’re using multiple domains, you should replace the second line of GA Connector code with this (but use your own domain names instead of domain1.com and domain2.com; also, feel free to add more domains):