At Settings > Add-Ons you to easily integrate Google Analytics into your blog.
As of July 1, 2023, Google will retire the Universal Analytics (UA) version of their tracking code. Google has information on switching to GA4 here. If you already have a Google Analytics 4 (GA4) or G Number added to your Typepad blog, this change will not impact your blog.
About Google Analytics
Google Analytics is a third-party web analytics solution that provides website traffic reporting. Use Google Analytics in addition to stats on Typepad for a comprehensive view of the visitors to your blog. See the Google Analytics help site for detailed information.
If you don't already have a Google Analytics account, you can register for a free account here.
Note: If you are creating a Google Analytics account for the first time, do not follow the Add Tracking steps. Select Finish to retrieve your G number.
Finding the G Number
Within your Google Analytics account, open the drop-down menu under the All Accounts heading in the top left. Then, hover your mouse over the specific property to reveal the details, including the G Number, as shown in the screenshot below.
Adding the Google Analytics Tracking Code
Copy the G Number from your Google account and paste that into the G Number field at Settings > Add-ons within your Typepad account and click Save Changes.
Once you have added the G Number, Typepad will automatically add the correct code for Google Analytics to track visits to all pages of your blog. You do not need to add any other code to your site as Typepad does it for you.
If you have previously added the Google Analytics tracking code via a TypeList or Advanced Template module, you should remove it if you plan on adding the same G Number at Settings > Add-Ons.
By default, Typepad includes internal Google Analytics tracking to your blog. This tracking code will not interfere with any other tracking code you add to your blog.
Updated 20 April 2023