Here’s a list of the common questions and their answers for the Google Analytics for WordPress plugin.
Does the plugin support ‘Demographics and Interests reports’?
At this moment we do not support demographics and interests for Google Analytics.
Where do I find the Google Analytics reports?
I added the plugin, but I don’t see any stats yet?
It can take up to 24 hours for Google Analytics to display the stats for your website, even more for the custom variables to start showing up, even if the pageviews are already showing.
I can’t get the plugin to connect to / authenticate with Google?
How can I track downloads?
Check the box for “Track outbound clicks & downloads”, after that, make sure the file types you want to track are listed in the box of extensions to track as downloads. You’ll find this input field under “Advanced”.
Why doesn’t comment tracking work?
The comment tracking code assumes the ID of your commentform is ‘commentform’ if you’re not using the core
comment_form() function. It also relies on the
comment_form_after() hook to be in place in order to be able to do it’s work.