I realize the point of Google Analytics is to help generate ad revenue, but, as with most of my internet experience, I’m checking it out because I’m curious. I don’t really need to know about hits and who’s checking in, I’m just curious. Anyway, the functionality for Blogerantz is great, prbably because that’s also a Google product – Blogger. The graphs are easy to read, and I can see how using the Twitter tie-in has allowed for a few more hits.
But, for some reason, it’s not working with this site. Which is OK, because there’s a nifty widget that’s already tracking site usage by the outside world – Counterzeii. But the appearance and attributes of the Google site is just nicer to look at. There is, of course, a WordPress widget that plugs into Analytics, but the way I have set up my site is, I think, confusing the counter. I don’t have everything sitting in an ‘mpomy’ directory, but rather in a WordPress subdirectory – that’s why the main URL is mpomy.com/wordpress.
I’ll fool with it some more and see if I can’t get the thing to work.