by Mrnace
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I just checked my traffic. My google analytics never really rose since I started my blog.

But, I thought, after hiring somebody on and no results showing afterwards that I would check.

I logged in to my cpanel and compared my hosts traffic info to googles.

well, the difference was pretty big in my opinion.

through google I was struggling to get 300 visits a month, but my webhosts traffic info was alot higher and over 1000 visits per month.

I think I have sorted out my google analytics now but will have to keep an eye on it to make sure of this.

I'd basically hadn't posted my analytics code on every page.

Now I am thinking if its possible to put it on every blog post.
#mistake #newb
  • Profile picture of the author JensSteyaert
    If you use wordpress then sure, that's automated with using a plugin (or even inside your theme options) to add your analytics code.

    There are plenty of free one's to choose from and can be installed in a couple of minutes.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mrnace
    Yeah, I use wordpress and thought it was set up fine. But it seems like it wasn't.

    I feel so stupid. lolz
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