Track User Engagement in Your Locator Widget Using Google Analytics

WP Maps supports Google Analytics integration which allows you to monitor and analyze the activity in the locator widget on your website. As a result, you will be able to gather valuable information that is related to your customer’s browsing activity. In addition, you will be able to gain insights into information such as:

  1. Which of your stores are most visited
  2. What are your most viewed products
  3. How many visitors visited your website
  4. And much more

How to Setup Google Analytics on WP Map #

Go to the “Super Administrator” page on the WP Maps platform. Under the “Configuration” section, you will see the “Analytics” sub-tab. Here you will need to add two IDs to set Google Analytics on WP Maps.

The two IDs needed for Google Analytics to function properly on WP Maps are Google Analytics Tracking ID and Google Analytics Property ID. We will need to get both of these IDs from Google Analytics and copy them into the WP Maps platform.

This article will explain in detail how you can get both of these IDs.

How To Setup Google Analytics On Wp Map

WP Maps Super Admin Page

Please follow the below steps to get the values for Google Analytics Tracking ID and Google Analytics Property ID:

Step 1: Go to the Google Analytics website (

Go To The Google Analytics Website (Https://

Google Analytics Website

Step 2: Log in or create an account for Google Analytics

Step 3 At the main dashboard, Click the “settings” button on the bottom left corner of the screen.

Step 4: Click on “+ Create Account”, A new GA4 property is required to link with WP Maps.

Step 5: Provide your account name, property name, and other required information in the “Property Setup” sections, and then press “Next”

Provide Your Account Name, Property Name, And Other Required Information In The “Property Setup” Sections

Add Your Property Details

Step 6: Skip the “About your business” section or select your industry category, business size, etc.

Step 7: Click on the “Create” button, and read the terms and conditions before agreeing to them.

Step 8: You will arrive at the “Data Streams” page after creating a new property. Next, choose “Web” as your platform.

You Will Arrive At The “Data Streams” Page After Creating A New Property. Next, Choose “Web” As Your Platform.

Start Collecting Data Section

Step 9: On the “Set up data stream” page, provide your website URL and stream name. Then press “create a stream”.

Set Up Data Stream

Set Up Data Stream Section

Step 10: On the “Web stream details” page, copy the “measurement ID” and paste it into the “Google Analytics Tracking ID” in the super admin tab on WP Maps and click save settings.

On The “Web Stream Details” Page, Copy The “Measurement Id”

Measurement ID

Step 11: Now we just need the property ID. To get the property ID, click on the “Property settings” tab on the Google Analytics property section.

Property Id

Property ID

Step 12: Copy the property ID located on the top-right corner of the screen and paste it into the “Google Analytics Property ID” in the super admin tab on WP Maps.

Step 13: Once both IDs have been added, press “Save Settings” on WP Maps 

Add Both Ids To Wp Maps

Add Both IDs to WP Maps

Once you save the settings, the tracking will be set up for your locator widget.

You can view the analytics data by going to the “Analytics Reports” page (through the “Analytics” tab) on WP Maps and signing in with the same Google Analytics account. Then you will see all data of your customer’s behavior when they use your locator widget.

Sign In With Google Analytics

Analytics Reports Page on WP Maps

For more information please see the following tutorial on How to Setup Google Analytics on WP Maps