Introducing Google Site Kit

Introducing Google Site Kit

For years, Google's suite of web tools such as Analytics, Search Console and Pagespeed Insights have long been a must have for webmasters to track performance and usage of their sites. Now, Google have released a brand new WordPress plugin called Site Kit, making it easier than ever to integrate with their services and monitor your site without needing to edit a single line of code or ever leave your WordPress dashboard. We'll look at how to install and set up the new Site Kit plugin and explore some of it's features.

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Cameron Jones

July 11, 2019
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    @cameronjonesweb Analytics See how users navigate across your site and

    if they complete the goals you have set as conversions. • Track your site’s visitors in real time • See how users find your site • Discover your most popular content • Track eCommerce performance, lead generation and more
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    @cameronjonesweb Tag Manager Tag Manager creates an easy to manage

    way to create tags on your site without updating code. • Manage your tracking codes in one place • Easily add tracking and event scripts without having to edit code on your site • Native support for Google products and many third party services
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    @cameronjonesweb Search Console Understand how Google’s systems discover and render

    your pages. Track how many people saw your site in Search results, and for what queries. • Monitor how your site is performing in Google search results • Report broken links and pages
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    @cameronjonesweb AdSense Keep track of how much your site is

    earning you. Or if you haven’t yet, make your good content work for you by setting up an AdSense account. • Display ads on your website • Earn passive income from your website
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    @cameronjonesweb PageSpeed Insights See how your pages perform compared to

    other real-world sites. Improve performance with actionable tips from PageSpeed Insights. • Track the speed and performance of your pages • Get tips and recommendations on making your site faster
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    @cameronjonesweb Optimize Create free A/B tests that help you drive

    metric-based design solutions to your site. • Run tests on your site to find what performs best • A/B, multivariate, and redirect tests • Customise your site for different audiences