Tithely Sites Analytics with Google Analytics

To enhance your church's online presence, leveraging Tithely Sites with Google Analytics offers invaluable insights into visitor behavior and engagement. While Tithely Sites doesn't feature built-in analytics, integrating Google Analytics enables comprehensive tracking and reporting, offering a clear view of how your website performs and how visitors interact with your content. This guide highlights the importance of understanding site analytics and recommends setting up Google Analytics for detailed visitor tracking and analysis, ensuring you make informed decisions to grow and engage your church community online.

 

This data will help you know valuable information, such as

  • Which city and country they are from?

  • How long they are on the website?

  • Which pages they are viewing?

 

Setup Google Analytics to Track Tithely Sites Website Statistics

Stage 1: Create a Google Analytics Account

To start, you'll need a Google Analytics account. You can sign up for a free account here.

Stage 2: Add your Google Analytics Tracking ID to Your Website

  1. Login to your Tithely account and select Sites from the left menu. Or login to your site directly.
  2. Click on the Admin button at the top right of your website and select Settings from the dropdown.
  3. Select Google Analytics from the settings menu.
  4. Add your Google Analytics 4 or Universal Google Analytics ID.
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  5. Click Save Analytics.

     

How Do I Access My Stats on Google Analytics?

To view your analytics, follow these steps: 

  1. Sign in with your Google account email and password.

🌟 Tithely Tip: Interested in learning more about your statistics? Check out the Google Analytics Academy.

User Permissions needed to access Sites
Account Owner, Admin, Limited Acess User with permissions granted for Sites, or Admin Permissions granted directly on the Tithely Site. If you have additional questions, please reference this article.

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