Join Morten Rand-Hendriksen for an in-depth discussion in this video Connecting WordPress to Piwik, part of WordPress Plugins: Analytics.
…Now that the WP Piwik plugin has been installed and activated…we need to get the plugin to talk to Piwik itself.…And we're going to do that under the Piwik settings.…So go to your dashboard go to settings and find WP Piwik and you're taken directly…to the settings page because currently Piwik is…not configured to work alongside an actual Piwik installation.…What you need to do here is first provide the Piwik URL's.…This is the URL to where you can access…Piwik itself, in my case that would be http://mor10.com/piwik.…
And then you have to provide the Auth token and to get the…Auth token you need to go to your Piwik insulation log in.…And then you go to the main menu up here at…the very top of the screen and find the API tab.…When you go to the API page, you're looking for the user authentication label.…And here you want just the token that's under token off.…So I'm going to copy out just the token bit here.…Go back and paste it in.…And this is a token that Piwik will use to…recognize our installation of WP Piwik as an authorized agent.…
- Installing and activating the plugins
- Configuring settings
- Connecting to a Google Analytics account
- Setting up Piwik on your server
- Viewing stats