Install Google Analytics on Kajabi – an easy how-to guide

Kajabi has become an increasingly popular all-in-one solution for many entrepreneurs, creators, and online business owners. I first heard of it and experienced its platform when I signed up to participate in an online course myself (thanks Barre Eclipse family!). 

Kajabi offers a website hosting and builder, email marketing platform, course teaching hosting and landing page hosting and builder just to name a few. It’s also got an app that students can log on and receive their courses. For a creator, this is superb.

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Kajabi has become an increasingly popular all-in-one solution for many entrepreneurs, creators, and online business owners. I first heard of it and experienced its platform when I signed up to participate in an online course myself (thanks Barre Eclipse family!). 

Kajabi offers a website hosting and builder, email marketing platform, course teaching hosting and landing page hosting and builder just to name a few. It’s also got an app that students can log on and receive their courses. For a creator, this is superb.

A personal Kajabi experience

As someone who is constantly curious with how things work, I was amazed at how powerful and almost seamless the Kajabi experience was. While there were a few hiccups that I found slightly frustrating – particularly the loading speed of videos on the app, and how sometimes the app freezes while trying to load up each course modules – the benefits definitely outweigh the slight irritations.

I’m a creator, and so far I’ve returned to platforms like WordPress, Convertkit, Leadpages etc that I’m comfortable using. That said, I am mulling over giving Kajabi a try in the near future.

But I digress – this is not what I’m here to share today.

Today’s post is dedicated to all my fellow creators and business owners out there on Kajabi. If you are new to online marketing, have just signed up to Kajabi, or are just starting out, I know you want to get your online business going the right way from the get go. 

One of the most important things to do is to set up and install Google Analytics onto your website as soon as it is up and running. Understanding your website audiences, how they are behaving on your website, what are they doing (consuming), and how they are converting, are some of the most important questions you’ll be asking in the near future.

In this post, I will show you how to install or integrate Google Analytics onto your Kajabi website.

Ready?

Install Google Analytics with Kajabi

Note: At time of posting, Kajabi only supports the use of Universal Analytics not GA4.

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  1. Log on to your Kajabi account. On the dashboard, click on Settings in the left hand navigation bar.

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  1. On the Settings page, click on Third Party Integrations.

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  1. On the new page, scroll down until you see Google Analytics. Click on the toggle to turn tracking ON.

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  1. Turning the toggle ON, will reveal a field ‘Google Analytics ID’. This is where you will need to paste your Google Analytics ID.

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  1. Open a new browser tab or window. Login to your Google Analytics account. When you are logged in, click on the cog icon at the bottom left of the screen.

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  1. Click on Property Settings in the middle column.

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  1. Here is where you will locate your Google Analytics Tracking ID. Copy the alphanumeric text found under Tracking ID. Now head back to your Kajabi website.

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  1. Paste your Google Analytics Tracking ID into the field. It should begin with UA-xxxxxxxx-x (x denotes numbers). Then, hit the blue button on the top right to SAVE.

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  1. And you’re done! A blue pop-up window will appear on the bottom right of the screen confirming your integration with Google Analytics.

Checking your Google Analytics Installation on Kajabi

Now that you have successfully integrated Google Analytics with your Kajabi website, how do you know if it’s actually working? 

Here’s an easy way to check your Google Analytics implementation.

Note: The following tutorial assumes that there are no internal IP filters blocking the tracking of your website activity.

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  1. In a new browser tab or window, head over to your Kajabi website. Leave this tab or window open.

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  1. Now, head back to Google Analytics in the other browser tab or window (assuming you’re still signed in). Click on Realtime > Overview – locate on the left hand menu.

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  1. Give it 15 to 20 seconds, and you will see Google Analytics will report that there is 1 active user on your website now (you!). If the report reads 0, try heading back to your Kajabi website and refreshing the browser to reload your website.

    You did it!

    Well done on installing Google Analytics onto your Kajabi site. I never doubted you for a moment.

    Now that you’ve done that, what’s next? Time to get all up in that data of course!

    If you are new to Google Analytics and would like to get started, check out my FREE Getting Started with Google Analytics eBook.

    This eBook is jam packed with information on familiarising yourself with Google Analtyics, and how to use its reports to improve your blog or website. The eBook comes with free worksheets to support you in applying what you had just learned too.

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