Site Kit by Google – Analytics, Search Console, AdSense, Speed


Site Kit is the official WordPress plugin from Google for insights about how people find and use your site. Site Kit is the one-stop solution to deploy, manage, and get insights from critical Google tools to make the site successful on the web. It provides authoritative, up-to-date insights from multiple Google products directly on the WordPress dashboard for easy access, all for free.

Bringing the best of Google tools to WordPress

Site Kit includes powerful features that make using these Google products seamless and flexible:

  • Easy-to-understand stats directly on your WordPress dashboard
  • Official stats from multiple Google tools, all in one dashboard
  • Quick setup for multiple Google tools without having to edit the source code of your site
  • Metrics for your entire site and for individual posts
  • Easy-to-manage, granular permissions across WordPress and different Google products

Supported Google tools

Site Kit shows key metrics and insights from different Google products:

  • Search Console: Understand how Google Search discovers and displays your pages in Google Search. Track how many people saw your site in Search results, and what query they used to search for your site.
  • Analytics: Explore how users navigate your site and track goals you’ve set up for your users to complete.
  • AdSense: Keep track of how much your site is earning you.
  • PageSpeed Insights: See how your pages perform compared to other real-world sites. Improve performance with actionable tips from PageSpeed Insights.
  • Tag Manager: Use Site Kit to easily set up Tag Manager- no code editing required. Then, manage your tags in Tag Manager.


Note: Make sure that your website is live. If your website isn’t live yet, Site Kit can’t show you any data.
However, if you have a staging environment in addition to your production site, Site Kit can display data from your production site in the staging environment. Learn how to use Site Kit with a staging environment.

Installation from within WordPress

  1. Visit Plugins > Add New.
  2. Search for Site Kit by Google.
  3. Install and activate the Site Kit by Google plugin.
  4. Connect Site Kit to your Google account. If there are multiple WordPress admins, keep in mind that each admin must connect their own Google account in order to access the plugin.

Manual installation

  1. Upload the entire google-site-kit folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Visit Plugins.
  3. Activate the Site Kit by Google plugin.
  4. Connect Site Kit to your Google account. If there are multiple WordPress admins, keep in mind that each admin must connect their own Google account in order to access the plugin.

After activation

  1. Visit the new Site Kit menu.
  2. Follow the instructions in the setup flow.
  3. Go to the main Site Kit dashboard which already displays key metrics from Search Console.
  4. Connect additional Google tools under Site Kit > Settings. Learn more about which tools are right for you.


For more information, visit the official Site Kit website.

Is Site Kit free?

The Site Kit plugin is free and open source, and will remain so. Individual Google products included in Site Kit are subject to standard terms and fees (if any) for those products.

What are the minimum requirements for Site Kit?

In order to successfully install and use Site Kit, your site must meet the following requirements:

  • WordPress version 5.2+
  • PHP version 7.4+
  • Modern browser – Internet Explorer is not supported
  • Is publicly accessible – it isn’t in maintenance mode, accessible only via password, or otherwise blocked
  • REST API is available – Site Kit must be able to communicate via REST API with Google services. To ensure that the REST API is available for your site, go to Tools > Site Health.

Why is my dashboard showing “gathering data” and none of my service data?

It can take a few days after connecting Site Kit to a Google service for data to begin to display in your dashboard. The “gathering data” message typically appears when you’ve recently set up a Google service (i.e. just created a new Analytics account) and/or your site is new, and data is not yet available for display.

If you are still seeing this message after a few days, feel free to get in touch with us on the support forum.

Why aren’t any ads appearing on my site after I connected AdSense?

If you’re new to AdSense when you connect via Site Kit, your new AdSense account and your site will need to be manually reviewed and approved for ads by the AdSense team. Ads will not display until your account and site have been approved. Check out this guide for more information about the approval process and timeline.

You can check your approval status in Site Kit by going to Settings > Connected Services > AdSense and clicking Check your site status. This link will direct you to AdSense. If you see “Ready,” your account and site have been approved and should be displaying ads. If you see “Getting ready…,” your account and site are still under review and your site will not display ads until they have been approved.

If Site Kit has successfully added the AdSense snippet to your site and your account and site have been approved, but your site is still not showing ads, contact the AdSense Help Center for assistance.

You can find more information on how Site Kit works with AdSense in our Managing AdSense guide.

Is Site Kit GDPR compliant?

When using Site Kit, site owners are responsible for managing notice and consent requirements – including GDPR requirements – as described in Google’s Terms of Service.

By default, Site Kit does anonymize IP addresses upon activation of the Google Analytics module. This setting can be turned off in Site Kit > Settings > Analytics > Anonymize IP addresses.

There are a number of third-party plugins that allow you to block Google Analytics, Tag Manager, or AdSense from capturing data until a visitor to the site consents. Some of these work natively with Site Kit by providing plugin-specific configurations. You can find out more about these by visiting our GDPR compliance and privacy page.

Where can I get additional support?

Please create a new topic on our support forum. Be sure to follow the support forum guidelines when posting.


22 اپريل 2024 1 reply
Before installing this plugin i checked my site using GTMetrix which uses Lighthouse as part of its performance testing. A grade report - site loading in 2.1seconds. 98% score. See GTMetrix /reports/ Installed this plug in. Ran their test. 12.5seconds loading. 35% Lighthouse score. Looking at the difference it see the below issues have now occurred. One of googles threads held site loading up for 7.5 seconds on its own. Installing the plugin took three attempts as it crashed / failed / timed out twice. Will now uninstall it. Not impressed. Google CDN cdn 626 KiB 5,374 ms …rz4DvU-cY…/recaptcha__en.js ( 598 KiB 5,374 ms …rz4DvU-cY…/styles__ltr.css ( 25 KiB 0 ms api2/logo_48.png ( 3 KiB 0 ms Google Tag Manager tag-manager 99 KiB 1,675 ms /gtag/js?id=GT-TB65TRG8 ( 99 KiB 1,675 ms Other Google APIs/SDKs utility 49 KiB 628 ms …api2/anchor?ar=… ( 28 KiB 450 ms …bg/IsHUla7t4….js ( 8 KiB 178 ms …api2/reload?k=6LdqxcIpA… ( 10 KiB 0 ms /recaptcha/api.js?render=6LdqxcIpA…&ver=3.0 ( 1 KiB 0 ms …api2/webworker.js?hl=en&v=rz4DvU-cY… ( 1 KiB 0 ms …api2/clr?k=6LdqxcIpA… ( 0 KiB 0 ms Google Fonts cdn 23 KiB 0 ms …v18/KFOlCnqEu….woff2 ( 11 KiB 0 ms …v18/KFOmCnqEu….woff2 ( 11 KiB 0 ms Google Analytics analytics 0 KiB 0 ms /g/collect?v=… ( 0 KiB
20 اپريل 2024 1 reply
I like Sit Kit. This has helped me a lot so far. My only problem is my Site Speed, the Site is too slow.
14 اپريل 2024 6 replies
App works good a while, but since 07/04/2024 google analytics can't track visitors and google ads doesn't track sales anymore. Can you assist please?
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  • Add “Learn more” link in the Ads Module setup screen. See #8532.
  • Add the Conversion_Events_Provider Interface. See #8529.
  • Block Ads module setup when ad blocker is detected. See #8515.
  • Add a “New” badge to the Ads module in Site Kit settings. See #8448.
  • Extend the Consent Mode conditions for determining whether Ads is connected to include a check for the presence of an Ads tag as the destination of the connected Analytics property’s Google tag. See #8432.
  • Update the description copy in the Consent Mode modal, simplifying the text and making it clear that measurement from visitors from the UK may also be affected by disabling Consent Mode. See #8389.
  • Ensure that the check for a conversion tracking ID is maintained for the Consent Mode feature with the conversion ID having been migrated to the Ads module. See #8365.
  • Add Site Health entries for the current Consent Mode status, and the presence of the WP Consent API. See #8356.
  • Add an error state for the Audience tile component. See #8228.


  • Track GA events for the lifecycle of the Ads Conversion ID migration notification. See #8458.
  • Update minimum required version of PHP to 7.4. See #8030.


  • Add AMP tag with Conversion Tracking ID when Ads module is enabled. See #8518.
  • Ensure Ads module cannot be saved when settings are invalid. See #8508.
  • Fix unstable time based PHPUnit tests. See #8488.
  • Fix bug that caused “Top search queries” widget to overflow on small screens. See #8417.
  • Fix a bug where the Enhanced Measurement toggle may not have the intended effect when creating a new property during Analytics module setup. See #8409.
  • Prevent a Consent Mode related console error on the view-only dashboard. See #8408.
  • Exclude connection check requests from internal error reporting. See #8268.

See changelog for all versions.