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Steps to Create a Google Analytics Account
1. Visit the URL: http://www.google.com/analytics. From here you will create an account for your particular domain, sub-domain, or URL website path.
Note: Google Analytics allows you to create individual identifiers for separate domains (i.e. webworks.com), sub-domains (i.e. www.webworks.com), or website paths (i.e. www.webworks.com/Documentation). For most businesses and organizations you have a single account identifier for each sub-domain and that value is used by all the web pages on that sub-domain. Please note that network firewalls can prevent tracking from occurring. For more information please refer to the following page: http://wiki.webworks.com/Permalinks/Solutions/Output/WebWorksReverb/GoogleAnalyticsAndFirewalls/.
2. If you have not previously accessed Google Analytics, then select the link labeled: Sign Up Now. otherwise simply select the Access Analytics button.
Note: You are required to have a Google account when working with any Google service.
3. In the Accounts table, displayed on the Overview: all accounts page, select the link labeled: + Add new account.
4. Select the Sign Up button and complete the next form.
a. In the field: Website’s URL, specify your website’s URL (i.e. www.webworks.com) where you will be deploying your Reverb help files.
b. Specify both your time zone and country in the remaining fields.
Note: The time zone values are important because this determines the day boundary for your accumulated statistics. Most often you compare website traffic over a specified period of days, so what time zone you select for the account may impact how the values get calculated.
c. Select the Continue button to proceed to the Contact Information page.
d. Fill out the Contact Information and then select the Continue button to proceed to the Accept User Agreement page.
e. Finally, select the Create New Account button and your account will be created. After you create the account you can modify the settings that you have provided in case something changes later.
Last modified date: 11/09/2018