What is a GA checker?
Measuring your website performance is of paramount importance. For this purpose, webmasters are using smart Google Analytics tools. These tools enable you to track audience visibility metrics, as well as analyze traffic sources and user behavior.
GA validator crawls your website page by page to determine if Google Analytics is configured. Basically, our free tool scans your website for the following Google Analytics tags:
- Google Analytics (ga.js)
- Google Universal Analytics (analytics.js)
- Google Analytics Global Site Tag (gtag.js)
How does the GA checker work?
For your website to drive traffic and sales, you must know your audience. Also, you must be able to track the changes that you’ve made to your website. If you have no idea whether your website is using GA or not, just follow these simple steps.
- Enter the website URL into the field. You can submit any website URL.
- Click the “Start” button. Our crawl bots will start spidering your website to find the proper code.
- Once the check is over, you’ll receive a data report. Plus, you’ll be able to check your site for other SEO parameters.
What if my site hasn’t passed the test?
Don’t worry about that! Adding the GA code is easier than you might think. Click here to follow the instructions from the Google Analytics Help Center. You have a lot of variants of adding GA code to your sites depending on your site platform, by using the admin panel, plugins for WP, Google Tag Manager, or Google Tag Assistant. Apart from that, there is a myriad of video tutorials on adding the GA code. For example, you can check out a video guide by Tasia Custode.
Once you’ve added the tracking code, go ahead and check your site again.
Keeping GA working correctly guarantees getting the statistics, but not a high ranking!
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