GA Checker – Scan Your Site For Missing Analytics & AdWords Tags

GA Checker – Scan Your Site For Missing Analytics & AdWords Tags

I could never find a quick and easy (free) tool to check the sites I was working on for missing Google Analytics code, so I ended putting together Just put in your domain and let the tool do the rest. It will crawl your entire site, and afterwards you can view the results in a table or export your results to a CSV for easy analysis. If you’re interested, you can check your site’s Google Analytics code here.

Here’s a snapshot of the tool:

gachecker1There are tools that do basically the same thingĀ (like Screaming Frog), but there’s none that I know of that are free. There’s currently a 5000 URL limit; if you need to crawl more just get in touch. I’d also like to give a shout out to Shashank Singla for helping set up a lot of the trickier Python and Ubuntu stuff.

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  • LP
    August 15, 2015 at 1:41 pm

    Been struggling for a while to figure out how GA is receiving stats and yet I have not installed any UA code anywhere (Old wordpress site, upgraded to new theme.)

    Hopefully your crawler can find it.

    • Randall Glick
      December 21, 2015 at 2:47 pm

      Hi LP, nothing stops anyone from entering your GA code on other webpages … check your Google Analytics Audience, Technology, Network, Hostname … this crawler will check our pages for code, not other pages on the internet. explains this very well and tells you how to filter out erroneous traffic

  • Ally
    June 2, 2016 at 7:33 pm

    Does this tool still work? I’ve been unable to get it to run.

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