Google analytics for trading blog visitors?

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  1. mollah

    mollah Power Member

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    Do you load up google analytics onto your page the same as you would do for any other (non WP/blog) page, or is there some other way to track number of visitors on a WP blog?
     
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    You use GA.
     
  3. rayray

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  4. mollah

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    Sorry I meant "Tracking" in the thread title, not "Trading." I must have just finished reading a Forex thread or something :lol:
     
  5. mollah

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    So theoretically I could have that in 100 blogs and track them all from my normal Google Analytics account page right? I want to see everything all at once, possibly along with my other (non blogfarm) sites.

    Holy crap it's gonna take forever to load with all those sites. lol. Right now I have 5 sites in google analytics (regular sites, not blogs) and it takes a 5-10 seconds to load the page. I can only imagine with 100 sites :eek:
     
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    yeah, you could do that, but you are right, Google Analytics is slow as hell
     
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    Holy crap it's gonna take forever to load with all those sites. lol. Right now I have 5 sites in google analytics (regular sites, not blogs) and it takes a 5-10 seconds to load the page. I can only imagine with 100 sites :pcguru:
     
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    So, if Google Analytics has all of your blogs under the same account, isn't it just a matter of time before they use that to link your autoblogs together so that if for some reason one gets banned, they all do?

    Or am I giving Big G too much credit?
     
  9. mollah

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    They would have already noticed that all the sitse are yours because your same adsense ID is in all of them, so I'd say it's not really an issue.