This plug-in will allow you to easily install GoStats web analytics into your blog. An optional Analytics “Map Widget” is available to show your and your visitors the geograpy of your people who read your blog. In order to fully use this feature, please read the installation insructions
Further details can be found at: http://counterblog.gostats.com/how-to-install-a-gostats-hit-counter-using-wordpress-plugins
-After installing the plug-in:
-Go to your WordPress admin, and select: “Settings” -> “GoStats”
-Enter your Site property details in the two boxes. The first is your account id (an integer normally larger than 1000) (Found when you log into GoStats, and select your counter code)
-Enter the server id, this is normally c1, c2, c3, etc. (Found when you log into GoStats, and select your counter code)
Please see: http://counterblog.gostats.com/how-to-install-a-gostats-hit-counter-using-wordpress-plugins for details
Instructions for the Analytics Map Widget:
-If you have a Widget enabled theme, you may activate the “Map
-from your plugins section, “activate” your GoStats Map widget.
-click “Appearance” -> “Widgets” and drag the “GoStats Map” widget to your “Widget Area”
-Alternatively you may select “Themes” -> “Customize” (For your active theme) -> “Widgets” -> “Widget Area” -> “Add a Widget” -> Select “GoStats Map” from the list.
-You must have the GoStats for WordPress plugin also installed for the Map
Widget to work.
-You may resize the analytics map widget by editing the source file.
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