How to add users to Google Analytics

How to add users to Google Analytics

Google Analytics logo

Google Analytics allows you to see where your traffic is coming from and is an essential part of any SEO project. Managing your Google Analytics account can take a lot of time and some complex menu navigation. In order to help you as fast and as efficiently as possible we ask that you add us as a user on your Google Analytics account. This guide will help you add us as a user to your Google Analytics account, it is very simple and will only take a few minutes. This guide was written for beginners so there are pictures to help you follow every step.

1) Make sure you are signed into the correct Google account. You will know you are signed in when you check the top right corner of your Google+ page.

Make sure you are signed in

2) Go to and click “Access Google Analytics”, if your website already has an active analytics account please skip to step 4.


access google analytics

3) If you do not have an existing Google Analytics account you will be creating one now. Click the “Sign up” button and follow the steps to create your account.

sign up

When you are setting up your Google Analytics account for the first time it is essential that pay special attention this section and that you complete the information in the “Setting up your property” section of the form.



4) Once you are logged into your Google Analytics account, navigate to the Administration panel by selecting the “Admin” tab.


Admin Page

5) Go to the “User Management” area under the Account section. Be sure that the correct account is selected if you have multiple Google Analytics accounts.

User Management
6) In the user management area fill out the “add permissions for:” area, add the email of the user that you want to grant access to. (Important: If you are my client, you should add – but only if you are my client!) and check all the available options. When you are finished, your selection should look like the image below, if everything looks good click “add”.

user settings

7) That’s it! Congratulations on setting up your Google Analytics account.