June 1, 2015. WordPress has introduced a new view of your stats.
“Insights give you instant access to your all-time numbers, including posts, views, and visitors. Dig deeper into your stats to make the most of your site.
Have you ever wondered what times of day or days of the week you have the most visitors? Insights has you covered!”
Blogger Jonathan Sadowski gives the skinny here.
PS – This is for wordpress.com sites but you can see the same insights if you install Jetpack.
Are title tags important? How can you improve your rankings by modifying your title tags? If you’re asking these questions, read this article.
If you’re using Google Analytics, you probably want to connect it to Google’s Webmaster Tools. Here’s a quick how-to from the folks at takeflyte.com:
- Click on the Set up Webmaster Tools Data Sharing button.
- At the bottom of the following page you’ll see the Webmaster Tools Settings. Next to “none” you’ll want to click on the Edit link.
- On the next page you’ll want to choose the appropriate website and click save.
- In the pop up box you’ll need to confirm that you’re adding an association, which will remove any other associations. Although this sounds dangerous, you can only have one Webmaster Tools associated with a website and the associated analytics. If you make a mistake here, you can always undo it later by reconnecting it to the correct site.
- The following page will confirm that the Webmaster Tools has been associated with your website and the Google Analytics account.
When you return to the report page, the error message is gone and the report you want is there instead.