This integration will allow you to see your blog post analytics from Google Search Console and Google Analytics (GA4 required). You'll also be able to request indexing of your blog posts as you create them, directly from Quickblog. There are only 2 things you need to enter to set up the integration, as shown below.

1. Google Analytics Property ID & Access

This is the property ID that comes from your Google Analytics account. You will need to be using GA4 instead of Universal Analytics (UA), especially since the announcement of the deprecation of new UA analytics metrics coming into enforcement in July 2023. If you haven't set up your Google Analytics 4 account, please follow this guide showing you how to do so:

- https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/9744165?hl=en

To get your Property ID, sign into your Google Analytics account and select the property you want to track with Quickblog. Click on the Admin button on the bottom left

GA Admin Console

and select Property Settings in the middle

GA Property Settings

This will then show you your Property ID, which you can copy using the copy button

GA Property ID

Once you've copied your GA Property ID, go to your Quickblog's Integration Settings (click the Integrations icon on the side bar) and enter this ID in the Google Analytics Property ID field

Quickblog - Google Analytics Property ID Field

Next, go to Property Access Management in the Property Settings

Google Analytics Property Settings

Then click the + button in the top right and select Add users

Google Analytics Add Users

And add the user info@acciom.co.uk with Viewer permissions. You can uncheck the "Notify new users by email" check box, as this isn't required. Then click the Add button in the top right

Google Analytics User Permissions

2. Google Search Console Domain & Access

Next, open your Google Search Console, click on the Settings button on the bottom of the left side menu then click on Users and permissions:

Google Search Console Settings

Next, click on Add User in the top right and then add the user info@acciom.co.uk with Restricted permissions and click Add.