Our Analytics code is what makes Beacon unique. It’s what we use to close the gap between your digital marketing activities and the resulting visitor actions on your website, allowing you to intelligently measure traffic and attribute website events and conversion to specific marketing activities.

When you drive people to your website via a Beacon Link, something pretty nifty happens – we analyse and report all visitor behaviour on your website, giving you the knowledge to attribute website actions to individual digital marketing assets.

Get starting in seconds…

Add Beacon Analytics in seconds with one of our official plugins

 

Download our official WordPress plugin

If your website runs on a WordPress installation that you have hosted yourself, you can download our handy plugin here.

  1. Upload this to your wp-content/plugins folder.
  2. Then in your WordPress administration panel go to Plugins
  3. Click ‘Add new’
  4. In the search bar on the right hand side, type “Beacon Web Analytics” and find “Beacon Web Analytics for WordPress”
  5. Click install, then Activate and you’re done!

If your site is hosted on WordPress.com, you will need the business plan in order to add the Beacon plugin. If you have this plan, navigate to your WordPress plugins section by clicking Plugins on the left navigation bar. From here you should see an Upload Plugin button.

 


 

Download our official Drupal plugin

Read how to install a new plugin in Drupal 7 here. If your website runs on a custom Drupal theme, you can get instructions for adding custom Javascript script here.

 


 

Download our official Joomla plugin

If your website runs on Joomla, you can download our plugin here, or manually add the code above by inserting it into the site footer. You can get instructions for adding custom Javascript here.

 


 

Adding the Beacon Analytics code manually

The code should be placed on every page you wish to track. We recommend adding the code to your website footer, just before the closing /body tag.

If you have access to your website code, you can add it manually. Simply paste the following script into each page you wish to track, or ideally your footer file as described above.

<script type="text/javascript">
(function(a, d, w){
var h= d.getElementsByTagName(a[0])[0]; var s= d.createElement(a[1]);
s.type= a[2]; s.src= a[3]; h.appendChild(s);
})(['head', 'script', 'text/javascript', '//tracker.thisisbeacon.com/tracker/'], document, window);
</script>


Integrating Beacon Analytics with other platforms

Squarespace

If your website runs on Squarespace, you can manually add the code above by inserting it into the site footer. This is described in a video by the Squarespace team you can find here.

Magento

If your website runs on a custom Magento theme, you can get instructions for adding custom Javascript here.

Wix

If you have built your website in Wix, please follow the instructions here.

You will need to add the code to all pages and ‘load code’ on each new page. Also, place the code in the ‘head’ when prompted.

Other website builders

If your website runs on another online website building tool such as; Weebly,  1 & 1, etc. you will need to locate the area for adding scripts (just as you do when installing Google Analytics) and place your Beacon Analytics code there.


 

Still need help?

If you need further assistance in installing your Beacon Analytics code, or for us to verify that your code is correctly set up, please get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to help.