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How to install the Integration Analyzer

How to install the integration analyzer? (using WordPress) - Video

Contents of this video
0:00  Intro
0:12 Why should I install the integration analyzer?
0:26 What new metrics could I get with the analyzer?
0:46 Would the integration analyzer slow down my website?
0:58 Is it GDPR complaint?
1:26 Where do I find the analyzer script?
1:40 How to Install it using WordPress?

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How do I install the integration analyzer?
Adding one small code snippet to your website globally enables full analytics and new metrics for your integrations.

Where can I find the code snippet?
Head to your overview page or go to your link and widget builders. You’ll see a section to install your analytics code on each page.

Where do I place the code snippet?
Paste the code snippet into the < head > of every page of your website. If you have a separate head file, you can just paste it there.

Please note: Once you have successfully installed your analytics code, these sections will no longer be displayed on any of these pages, and data will populate your Integrations page. Depending on the volume of traffic on your website, it can take a few minutes for the partner portal to update and show data on the Integrations page.

Do I need to update the integration analyzer after installing it?
No maintenance is necessary — once you’ve installed the partner analyzer, we’ll take it from there. Any feature updates happen automatically.

What about Google Tag Manager?
For ease of use, we provide you with a plug-and-play template for Google Tag Manager.

Here is a video tutorial to further help you:
Need help installing your analytics code?
Our support team is here to help get you up and running. Reach out to us at any time through our Contact page.

Having issues after installing the integration analyzer? Here are some troubleshooting solutions for you:

Issue: Is the new integration analyzer code dropping 3rd party GYG cookies?
Answer: We don’t use 3rd party cookies, as the cookies are added once the visitor clicks on one of our links. So they are added to the customer website.

Issue: I can no longer visualize widgets or links after installing the integration analyzer.
Answer: This depends on your website. Does it work if you’re reverting to the widget.js? Please get in touch with partner support for your specific issue/s.

Issue: I am using WordPress when installing the integration analyzer, and I am having problems with the code, and statistics are showing less or zero data.
Answer: Make sure you’re using our WordPress plug-in. Otherwise, it should work. If not, please reach out to partner support at

Issue: I don’t see the results of the integration analyzer. When should it show? How long should I wait?
Answer: It should only take a few minutes to see your first data. Due to data processing, it can take up to one day in rare cases. Please wait at least a full 24 hours before reaching out to the partner support team.

Issue: How will I know if I installed the integration analyzer correctly?
Answer: There are multiple approaches to knowing if you installed it correctly:

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