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Google Analytics for WordPress with @CloudFlare

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You can set up you DNS to point to cloudflare, although it’s far more powerful you can view this functionality as a High Availability proxy. Cloudflare then accepts the connections for http and requests the requested page from wordpress.com. This file is manipulated to inject the GA script into the site. There is NO need to perform any modifications on wordpress.com.

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As it says in the blog:

Since CloudFlare is optimizing and delivering your site’s content to your visitors, it inserts the Google Analytics JavaScript tracking code in the proper place as your site’s visitors pass through our network. Your site now benefits from both WordPress.com site analytics and Google Analytics.

Source: Enabling Google Analytics on Your WordPress.com Blog

Image source: CloudFlare

Written by Daniël W. Crompton (webhat)

January 7, 2012 at 2:44 pm

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