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Awesome Google Analytics


This is one of the easiest plugins to add the universal Google Analytics tracking code on your website. We’ve added a few extra features, so your website Google Analytics tracking could be optimized.

Universal tracking

This Google Analytics plugins supports universal tracking, the newest version of Google Analytics.

Demographics & Interests reports

Enable demographics & interests reports tracking in the WP admin for this Google Analytics plugin. You may have to update your privacy policy for that, which depends on the country you’re located in.

With demographics & interests you can track the age, gender and interests of your website visitors.


Google Analytics has improved their analytics.js library. This enables webmasters to track outbound links and social media links. Google Analytics has partially fixed the session duration of each visitor with this new feature.

Force SSL

With Force SSL enabled, this plugin uses HTTPs to sent the data to Google Analytics. This is a lot safer than the HTTP protocol.

By default, Google Analytics uses the same protocol as your website. If you’re running on HTTP, Google Analytics will use that too. When you’re running on HTTPs, Google Analytics will use HTTPs too.

Anonymize IP

Your clients could not be tracked by IP address when this feature is enabled. Google Analytics will only store the first part of the visitors IP addresses, so it couldn’t be tracked down into a complete IP address.

This feature is very helpful when your country has a strict cookie law for websites.


  • Manage the Google Analytics plugin settings in your admin
  • Enter the UA tracking code for Google Analytics
  • The Google Analytics tracking code is added in your frontend head


Extract the zip file and just drop the contents in the wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress installation and then activate the Plugin from Plugins page.

Note: This plugin needs at least PHP 5.3+ to work as expected. PHP 5.2 is NOT supported. This plugin needs the PHP modules: cURL and filter.


Where can I find my Google Analytics tracking code?

You can create a free “property” on the Google Analytics website. The UA code is the tracking code, which is used in this plugin. You can manage your properties here at Google.

Where can I configure my UA code?

The Google Analytics tracking code could be configured in your WordPress admin. First of all, this plugin needs to be installed and activated. After that you can click on “Google Analytics” in the main menu. From there you can enter the UA code which should be used for this website.

I’d like to contribute to this plugin, where can I do that?

The plugin development happens on GitHub. You can add issues, sent pull requests into the Awesome Google Analytics repository.


September 3, 2016
Ok, as I understand it, this plugin adds the tracking code to sll my pages at my Wp site, so I can see the result on my Googel Analytics account? It does not have any display in my wp admin area, I have to check at my google account? It seems extremely easy to install, and hopefully I will be able soon to see if it actually works aswell.
September 3, 2016
Note: We are the author of this plugin This plugin is very easy to use and you can implement the Google Analytics tracking code very fast on your website. We use it on our website's. Did we forget some features? Please contact us, so we can implement them! You can also contribute on GitHub with a pull request. Thank you for using our plugin(s)!
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Contributors & Developers

“Awesome Google Analytics” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.



1.0.2 – 19 February 2016



  • Dashicon alignment in WordPress 4.4.2+

1.0.1 – 12 February 2016


  • ForceSSL feature added
  • Anonymize IP address feature added


  • Dashicon padding in WordPress 4.2.*
  • Support links added in settings

1.0.0 – 6 February 2016

  • Initial version released for Google Analytics tracking