Adding Site to Google Analytics and tracking code to Blog

Google Analytics is a service offered by Google that generates detailed statistics about a website’s traffic and traffic sources and measures conversions and sales. Google Analytics can track visitors from all referrers, including search engines and social networks, direct visits and referring sites. It also displays advertising, pay-per-click networks, email marketing and digital collateral such as links within PDF documents. Read info source.

Anyhow, I have already created an accounts in Google Analytics with some of sites listed which was connected to my existing Google account. For some reason, I mistakenly created a different account which later on found out that it already existed in my other Google account. It’s advisable to have one account to avoid confusion. However, I found a way to correct that mistake. I have created a new blog as replacement for the old blog domain which soon to be closed and deleted. What I did is I edited or change the site name and url with the new domain URL.

Go to your Google Analytics account. You can create a new site or change the existed account just like i did. Click the icon or the blue square to go to the site then click ADMIN. You will then see the page with your account, propert and view profile (image above). Click each one of it and start editing and adding new website url.


edit profile
Once done all the above changes, you can now get the tracking code to be added to your site html. Below are the steps you need to follow to get the tracking code and added to your site. Google Analytics tracking code can be added to your site either manually or with a plugin. Note: You loose your Google Analytics tracking once you change themes or template.

Adding Google Analytics manually

1. Login wordpress admin panel
2. Goto Appearance > Editor (theme editor)
3. Select the footer.php or index.php
4. Find the </body> html tag (click ctrl F to find the </body> tag.
6. Don’t forget to click Update File to save changes.


Where do I find my UI tracking code ?

1. Log in to Google Analytics at http://www.google.com/analytics
2. From the Overview page, select the account that has the profile for the tracking code you’re looking for, as the code is profile-specific.
3. Select the profile from the accounts Overview page.
4. From that profile’s Actions column, click Edit
5. At the top right of the ‘Main Website Profile Information’ box, click Check Status
6. Your tracking code can be copied and pasted from the text box in the Instructions for adding tracking section

Moneytized Your Blog With LV


A lot of paid to blog site or advertising network and blog marketing have already closed unnoticed. Some of the site have failed to settle the payment and dues to their blogger. However, a new blog marketing created and been giving good opps to a lot of blogger especially to blogs with higher page rank. Like they say, When one door closes, another opens.

LinkVehicle been named BEST IN SEARCH By TopSEOs. It is a new blog marketing that allows publisher and advertiser to work together. Publisher (blogger) can monetize their website by publishing articles about the advertisers product and company generate Traffic for your Website! Publishers make money blogging! LinkVehicle makes it simple for Publishers to earn money by blogging on his/her website. Your website will be kept completely private in LV marketplace until an advertiser buys an ad and you approve that ad. There is no fee to become a publisher. LinkVehicle connects advertisers with the web’s most influential sites, bloggers, and social media tastemakers. For more information, feel free to visit their website and sign up for a free account to register your blog(s).

LinkVehicle connects advertisers and agencies with their marketplace of top notch publishers, copywriters, and designers. They are seasoned digital marketing and SEO professionals who have worked with many of the top agencies worldwide. They provide free consulting to advertisers and publishers to help them achieve the results they are looking for. Please visit LinkVehicle to contact with your digital marketing goals. They’ll take care of the rest.

LinkVehicle has an experienced sales team that will be working around the clock to bring revenue to you! Every time an ad is purchased, you will be notified. Publishers will receive 50% of the net revenue of ads placed on their site. Every publisher is paid on the 1st of every month via PayPal.

I started working with LinkVehicle since last year and just recently I’ve been getting opps and offer. It’s an additional income for me since there are only a few blog marketing that are still active these days. So, if you want to monetize you blog then click the button above or Sign Up here. Good luck!

How to move your WordPress blogs over to Blogger

Wordpress to blogger

Suppose you have already done changing the name server of your domain name with your new hosting. A name server is a computer server that hosts a network service for providing responses to queries against a directory service. Login to your WordPress account and navigate to the Dashboard for the blog that you’d like to transfer to Blogger. Simply follow the instructions on how to move your WordPress blogs over to Blogger? This site can aid in the process!

Export the contents from your wordpress blog, download and save the exported file and convert the saved document then save. That saved file will be the contents of your posts/comments from WordPress which will be move to blogger by transferring in through Blogger export file. Once all this process done and save, go to www.blogger.com to create a new blog.  Fill in the title of your new blog and web address (domain name) e.g jnjmilestones and pick a template below.  You can add a custom domain later if you have one.

Blogs under Blogger flatform are hosted by Google at a subdomain of blogspot.com. then later on it allows user to publish blogs on other hosts, via FTP. All such blogs had (or still have) to be moved to Google’s own servers, with domains other than blogspot.com allowed via custom URLs.[3] Unlike WordPress, Blogger cannot be installed in a web server. One has to use DNS facilities to redirect a blogspot domain to a custom URL. You can have your blog hosted in Blogger for free.

Go to your newly created blog click setting >> other and then click on the Import Blog Tool. Follow the instructions and upload your Blogger export file when prompted then click publish. After completing the import wizard, you should have a set of imported posts from WordPress that you can now publish to Blogger. Just in case you already have a domain name, you should set it up first. Here is a link that will guide you on how to set up your custom domain in blogger.

Google Page Rank Update – Not So Exciting

How would you feel when you see a big fat Zero in your Page Rank? Unhappy, disappointed, and hopeless. Google just updated the page rank and I wasn’t so thrilled obviously with the result because it only mean one thing good bye moolah. I have had this page rank for almost five year and now it’s gone, dido, sayonara, tah-tah. Most of my blogs that lost its page rank have remained the same. Once you lost the Page rank of your site it’s hard to get it back. That is why I was so worried and not happy about this bad news. I thought Google had done updating last week but I thought wrong. So, out five blogs with PR2, it went down to two w/ 2, three with PR0 and the rest are Page Rank1. I am still grateful a little that some of my PR1 still intact, Thank Mr. G.

How about you, have you checked your page rank yet?