WP Google Analytics Events is a Google analytics and events tracking plugin for WordPress. You can easily track events with Google Analytics. This WordPress plugin allows you to send events to Google Analytics for: 1. A user scrolls to a point of interest on your site 2. Clicking elements on the page, such as a PDF download, software download, Video play button or an Ajax submit form. Basically it helps you better know what your visitors are doing on the website.
The plugin begin to support the new Universal Tracking code by Google in the latest plugin. I want to get this feature. Thus I upgraded the plugin from WordPRess dashboard. However when I check back my Google Analytics to see how my websites and traffic are doing, I noticed the damatic decrease in Pageviews. The unique page views or sessions remain as usually. Finally I realized it was caused by a misconfiguration in this Google Analytics events tracking plugin for WordPress.
If you have enabled Google Analytics using WP Google Analytics Events plugin for your WordPress site, make sure do not add duplicate Analytics tracking code to the same site using other tools or methods, otherwise you will duplicate your page views in Google analytics and reports. Google Analytics is the best website traffic and analysis tool. It is very powerful and free. Except WordPress sites, you can also add Google analytics to other websites, CMS or blogs, for example, you can add it to Tumblr, Blogger and your self-hosted sites. See step-by-step guides below:
- How to Add Google Analytics to Tumblr blogs?
- How to Add Google Analytics to Blogger?
- How to Add Google Analytics to Joomla websites?
- Add New Google Universal Analytics to Any WordPress Websites in Minutes
If you have self-hosted sites hosted by web hosting companies, like Bluehost, Arvixe, you can also use the built-in web stats and traffic software in your control panel to analyse your website traffic. See below instructions for the details: