Help please!! So I installed the SEO plugin by Yoast and dis-activated the All in one SEO plugin. Now I'm not getting any information from my Google Analytics account. I put in the tracking code from my Google Analytics account and Bing account and still can't get it to connect.

There are really no tutorials here that explain this process and WA is pro all in one SEO.

Can anyone help me with this process?

Thanks,

Todd

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mackiejw Premium
Just grab the Code snippet for analytics and paste it into the header ,php file

John
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Alan Hocking Premium
Hi Todd

Webmaster tools and analytics work completely separately and the Yoast SEO plugin doesn't have a section for analytics.

You will need to either add the full analytics code into the head section of your website php files manually, install the Yoast analytics plugin or deactivate Yoast and reactive All in One again.

Don't try running the 2 plugins at the same time because they handle the code differently and will conflict with each other.
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tmaltz Premium
Thanks Alan, I found a nice article on transferring the data here and I'm working on that, here's the article for reference....https://yoast.com/all-in-one-seo-pack-migration/

I want to work with the Yoast plugin because I have 45 pages ranking, but several that I want to get up much higher in the ranks.

So you're saying I need to take my Google Analytics code that Kyle had us ad manually and add it to the header? I did this with Bing, but not with Google.

I'll try it. I wish there was a good tutorial about this here. I'm working with this one here from WA member jemmasta....https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/training/setting-up-seo-base-with-wordpress-seo-by-yoast-plugin

But he doesn't cover this in his tutorial.

I'm so frustrated with this and I'm not very good with this stuff.

I'll check it out. I also wrote Kyle. So we'll see.

Thanks for your help.
Todd
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Alan Hocking Premium
Kyle has done a video on how to manually add the Google analytics code into your site I'll go and look for it
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Alan Hocking Premium
Here you go: https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/training/manually-adding-google-analytics-to-your-website

Follow the steps in that video and you don't need to add it to the plugin so yoast will be fine
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Jonicas Premium
Hello Todd, It may take a couple of days to come up but it works well once it does.
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tmaltz Premium
The only thing Jonicas is that when I first set up my GA account, you could see live tracking. And I can't see that. So not sure, but thanks for your help.
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Loes Premium
I have both on my sites, SEO all in one and Yoast, works perfectly, can't you re-install SEO all in one?
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tmaltz Premium
I was thinking of doing that, but read not to do it. So I don't know. Thanks for taking the time to answer my question. Appreciated.
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Alan Hocking Premium
Hi Loes

I would not run both plugins they will conflict with each other and affect your ranking.

Choose the one you are more comfortable with but don't run them together.

Alan :)
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Loes Premium
I ask in the beginning if it would be harmfull to have them both on, and the answer was No, I have the sentence on top: The plugin All-In-One-SEO has been detected. Do you want to import its settings.
No I don't want to:) I have imported the settings of SEO all in one into Yoast and I fill in both SEO 's exactly the same. I haven't seen any conflict yet
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Alan Hocking Premium
Who did you ask?
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Loes Premium
That's the $100,000 question:)
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Alan Hocking Premium
Well it certainly wasn't Kyle or Carson because they would both advize against it! ;)
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Kays Premium
Hi, so do we have to uninstall the all in one seo, if we use the yoast? Like Loes I'm using both!
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Loes Premium
I have disabled SEO all in one now:) after importing all settings
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Kays Premium
I tried importing settings but it messed up everything and deleted all my details on previuos posts..!
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Loes Premium
When you go to SEO - settings - you can import all settings from all in one SEO - then you get the message all settings are succesful imported - would you deactivate SEO all in one? Yes
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Alan Hocking Premium
Yes deactivate it

You don't need both and you don't need to import the settings if you already have yoast set up and running with its own settings that's really only for the first time you install Yoast and change over
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