How to Add Sitemeter

Posted by squidy on Monday, June 14, 2010

Sitemeter is a widget to find out the number of visitors to a site. It is able to know the number of visitors per day, weekly, monthly and annually. apart from that it can also learn from the location of any visitor a blog.

How to added
sitemeter can follow this steps
  1. Please visit to
  2. Click Sign up for Site Meter basic Free.
  3. Insert your information at the column. there is about your blog/site, your blog name, your code name and your Current time. Dont forget to give a mark at the little box beside By checking this box I agree to be bound by Sitemeter's Terms of Service Agreement.
  4. Click "Next >>" button.
  5. Insert your information about Email Address, Title, Your ZIP Code, Country, and Gender.
  6. Click "Next >>" button.
  7. After out new page, click "Next >>" button again.
  8. After your sign up process is done, you have to do verification. Please login to your mail account.
  9. Open the mail from site meter, there is your user name and password.
  10. Login to site meter with your ID.
  11. Click "Manager" at the top.
  12. Click "Meter Style" to choose your meter style.
  13. Choose your meter style you want and then click "Select"
  14. Click "HTML Code"
  15. Click "Adding site Meter to a Site"
  16. Copy the code and then paste to "Notepad" or other text editor. Save to your computer.
  17. Click "Logout" and then close your browser page.
  18. Now you have a Site meter code to added at your blog.
And to added at your blog can follow this step
  1. Login to blogger with your ID.
  2. After entering the dasboard page , click Design.
  3. Click at Page Element tab.
  4. Click at Add a Page element.
  5. After emerging pop up window , Klik add to blog button for the things HTML/JavaScript.
  6. Open your Site Meter code, copy and then paste into available column
  7. Click save changes
  8. Done
Now you have a Site Meter widget at your blog, until now you will know the statistic of your blog.

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