How to Login to Google Analytics (Step by Step)

How to Login to Google Analytics (Step by Step)

Need to access all the data on your website’s traffic and performance?

By logging into your Google Analytics account, you can see your analytics data and make changes to your tracking settings.

In this article, we’ll walk you through how to login to Google Analytics.

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Check out the video tutorial or simply read our written step by step guide to get started.

Step 1: Open the Google Analytics Website

First, you’ll need to navigate to the Google Analytics website.

On the next screen, enter the email address associated with your Google account and click the Next button to continue.

Enter your email address to sign in to Google Analytics

Then, you can enter your password and click the Sign In button.

Enter your password to sign in to Google Analytics

That’s it! You’re now logged in and should see your dashboard.


Now you can find almost any type of analytics data you needs in your Google Analytics dashboard; however, it isn’t very comprehensive for beginners. There’s a good chance you’ll get lost at some point and fail to see the important stats most useful for your business growth.

But this isn’t an issue anymore for WordPress users because there’s a really simple solution available. Continue reading to learn about it.

See Your Important Analytics Data in Your WordPress Dashboard

Want an easier way to get the data you need directly on your WordPress dashboard, without having to navigate the Google Analytics’ confusing dashboard? Then MonsterInsights is the plugin you need!


MonsterInsights is the most user-friendly, most popular Google Analytics plugin for WordPress. Using this plugin, you can easily connect your WordPress site with your Google Analytics account and view your important Analytics data right in your WordPress dashboard. So, you won’t need to login to Google Analytics to view your website’s data.

MonsterInsights has a new Google Analytics dashboard widget feature that lets you view your important website stats right in your WordPress admin page (

Google Analytics Dashboard Widget for WordPress by MonsterInsights

That’s not all! You can view a lot more on the MonsterInsights reports page by visiting Insights » Reports from your WordPress dashboard.


For more details, view our complete guide on MonsterInsights dashboard reports and how to add Google Analytics to WordPress.

If you’re looking for a simple-yet-powerful solution to use Google Analytics in WordPress, MonsterInsights is the best option. Give MonsterInsights a try today.

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