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A customer want's me to add this to their site; they sent me the email, password & phone number.

As usual, Google is TOTALLY non-intuitive about how to turn it on.

It used to be you could copy some code & put it on each page.

How do I get to that?
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by:QuinnDex
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you will find that in your customers Google analytics account, they will need to give you access unless you have a professional account then you can add there account to yours and access it that way
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by:Richard Korts
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They gave me access. I have to put in email, password & phone number. It let's me in, but there is NO CLUE how to initiate Analytics, copy the code, etc.

I go there & it's gobbledygook.

Just like most things Google.

VERY Annoying I even have to ask a question on EE.
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by:Richard Korts
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Please see attached.  I somehow got here.

What do I do here to get the Analyitics code to copy?

Thanks
google-analytics.jpg
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by:Richard Korts
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

I figured it out myself.

The expert who answered stated what I already knew.
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Chris Stanyon earned 2000 total points
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Login to your Google Analytics account. Click the Admin button at the top right. From there you will see all your Accounts (maybe just one). For each Account, you will see the Properties (again, maybe just one). Under the Property you will see a link for Tracking Info. Click that and then tracking Code, and you will see the Javascript you need to copy into your site.

If it's not already set up then you'll need to make sure you have one Account with at least one Property, and one View (Profile)
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by:Chris Stanyon
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Follow my instructions and you'll get there...
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by:Richard Korts
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According to your timestamps, ChrisStanyon answered the question about one minute after I requested deletion; his answer is correct; I have no issue if you want to give him the points.

Thanks,

rkorts
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