The pros of Google Analytics in the header are that it’s always visible to the user and can be used to passively track all the user’s actions on the landing page. It’s also a great way to save pageviews and clicks, as the user never actually leaves the page.
There is no real consensus on this. I’m not sure if there’s a general consensus on this either. However, it is generally agreed upon that you should not embed GA at the bottom of the page. Here is a thread that explains why. GA is for tracking user behavior. If it’s at the top, then it’s not going to give you a true representation of how people interact with your website. A better approach would be to create a unique page which is easily accessible from every page. Then put GA on that page and redirect the GA page to the URL that you want to track.
2. When you have Google Analytics installed on your website, it can be quite a challenge to know where to put the code. It’s important to place it in the right place in order to get the most accurate data possible. Google Analytics is a great tool that you can use to gain a ton of information about your website’s traffic and performance. Our blog will help you out with a few things you should keep in mind when deciding where to place the Google Analytics code.
3. In this blog, we’ll go over the benefits of adding your Google Analytics code to thesection of your website’s HTML. If you’re already aware of the benefits of placing the tracking code in thesection and don’t need any convincing, click here to jump to the section on code placement.
4. Google Analytics is a popular free tool for website owners. It allows you to see how many people are visiting your site and from where. It also provides useful information on what people are looking at on your site, and what parts of your site are most popular. You can track information on your website individually or you can choose to track an entire network of sites. You can add Google Analytics to your site in two different places, the header or the footer. We will look at the pros and cons of each in this blog.