How to Set up and Use Google Analytics Part 3
Part 3: Google Analytics for Multiple Websites
Part 1 of this training teaches how to create a Google account and then how to create a Google Analytics account attached to it, along with a website property and the GA-4 code that connects your website's data stream to your analytics account. The final lesson covers inserting the Google code into your website. You can take (or retake) the Part 1 lessons at https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/training/how-to-set-up-and-u...
Part 2 builds on Part 1 by showing you how to get an instant display of Google Analytics data directly in your website's Admin area. You can take (or retake) the Part 2 lessons at https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/training/how-to-set-up-and-u...
Did you know that one Google Analytics account can capture and report data for up to 100 websites?
This tutorial teaches you how to add your additional websites to your GA Account.
Create New Property
For some reason, Google Analytics calls your website that you want to connect a “property”. Hey, they’re Google, they can do whatever they like, right?
Currently, you can have up to 100 properties per Analytics account.
Here’s how to go about it:
Go to analytics.google.com and log in to your account.
In the left-hand menu, scroll down to the bottom and click Admin(the Gear icon).
This brings up a screen where you can select an existing property from a drop-down or create a new one.
Click the + Create Property button.
This will be what’s called a Google Analytics 4 property. This replaced the older UA property, which you can still create (for backwards compatibility) by clicking Show Advanced Options. You will not be doing this.
Give the property a name. It makes sense to use its website name here.
Set up your reporting time zone and currency and click Next.
You will enter your business information into the next screen.