WordPress Analytics360

Analytics360 brings Google Analytics and MailChimp directly into your WordPress dashboard

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  • Developer
    MailChimp
  • Last Updated
    May 2013
  • Rating
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MailChimp's Analytics360 plugin allows you to pull Google Analytics and MailChimp data directly into your dashboard, so you can access robust analytics tools without leaving WordPress.

Site Traffic: Visualize your site's traffic trends and see how blog posts and email campaigns affect overall traffic. You can also isolate traffic coming directly to your site from email campaigns with the "campaign traffic" tab.

List Growth: Chart the growth of your mailing list over time. Compare new and existing subscribers. And if you've got multiple lists, see how they stack up to each other.

Top Referrers: Curious how all that new traffic ended up on your site? Wondering if more people are finding you through search or direct referrals? We'll break it all down for you with Google Analytics.

MailChimp offers other services for WordPress users, too. A list subscribe plugin allows you to easily add a signup form for your MailChimp list as a widget on your blog, and RSS-to-email sends automatic email campaigns to your readers whenever you publish a new post.


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Reviews

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    Scott Ficek

    - 05/09/2011

    This is an excellent tool. Far superior than trying to remember to log into Google Analytics.

    akosama

    - 12/09/2011

    Hi! Thank for the plugin. Is there PO and MO archive to translate the plugin? I dont found it. Anyway the plugin is OK!!!

    Sharon

    - 01/09/2012

    Hi,

    If you are experiencing issues authenticating please see the link below for step by step instructions.

    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/cant-authenticate-google-analytics-from-analytics360-plugin-page?replies=19

    Johnny

    - 01/12/2012

    I actually have quite the opposite issue as everyone else. I see a lot of posts about google authentication but I have no issue with this. I have an issue with MailChimp not pulling stats.

    Even more strange is it works when connecting on my dev.fortheloveofpunk.com then i install on fortheloveofpunk.com final site and no stats. I get an error that reads "Could not fetch MailChimp list data: Invalid MailChimp List ID:" with a yellow yield sign on list growth. Anyone else?

    Benoit

    - 01/30/2012

    Same hereā€¦

    Gurjeet Singh

    - 02/03/2012

    I also get the same error that reads "Could not fetch MailChimp list data: Invalid MailChimp List ID:" with a yellow yield sign on list growth.

    Worked fine before... has an update broken it?

    Aaron Sahlin

    - 03/13/2012

    Google portion works great, but cant pull any mailchimp data. Get this error message

    Could not fetch MailChimp list data: Invalid MailChimp List ID:

    Diana

    - 03/21/2012

    I like everything about this plug-in, but am wondering if the ability for roles lower than admin to view Analytics360 will be added (or is already and I'm overlooking!)

    Many thanks for the great work!

    Bryce Summerell

    - 04/11/2012

    Great app but was very difficult to set up.

    We kept getting the same error:

    "The page you have requested cannot be displayed. Another site was requesting access to your Google Account, but sent a malformed request. Please contact the site that you were trying to use when you received this message to inform them of the error. A detailed error message follows"

    Thankfully we stumbled on this $5 solution, which was guaranteed to work.

    Check it out if you're getting the same error - http://www.stopfightinggoogle.com/special-offer/

    Naik Michel

    - 05/16/2012

    The map works well in firefox and chrome but does not display in internet explorer?

    I have the latest version of internet explorer and latest versions of the plugin/wordpress.

    Does it work for you on IE?

    Christine Wilson

    - 01/31/2013

    Want to let Editors view the Analytics Dashboard as well. Is there a way to do this? Otherwise this is a wonderful plugin!

    Paul

    - 02/28/2013

    Thanks, this is an excellent plugin to access Google Analytics from the WordPress dashboard and to see the impact of Newsletters on site visits. I use this on several client sites and have a blog review of statistics plugins where I mention it over at http://catalystdesigns.co.uk/jetpack-vs-google-analytics/.

    It would be great to be able to compare different sites in the one dashboard.

    Carolina

    - 03/25/2013

    I am getting the following error when I try to integrate Google Analytics to the plug in.

    The page you have requested cannot be displayed. Another site was requesting access to your Google Account, but sent a malformed request. Please contact the site that you were trying to use when you received this message to inform them of the error. A detailed error message follows:

    AuthSub target path prefix does not match the provided "next" URL.

    David Appleby

    - 05/28/2013

    I've had this working really well on another site but can't get it to work for this blog. It doesn't like the fact we are using a subdomain - blog.rosstours.com. When I try to authenticate I get the message below from Google.

    The page you have requested cannot be displayed. Another site was requesting access to your Google Account, but sent a malformed request. Please contact the site that you were trying to use when you received this message to inform them of the error. A detailed error message follows:

    The site "http://rosstours.com" has not been registered.

    Stephanie Rewis

    - 01/28/2014

    For the most part this works pretty nicely. I'm having an odd problem where the referrals are exactly doubled in number. The page views & other analytics match GA, but in GA, the referral numbers are exactly half.

    Is anyone else seeing this? I'm wondering if it's related to changes GA has made recently?