This is a guest post written by Kev Strong. Kev is an online marketing consultant at Newcastle Upon Tyne based digital marketing agency, Mediaworks. A lover of all things search and an ex-web developer, Kev Strong (a.k.a Goosh) is a specialist in advanced search engine optimisation.
Working with clients with hundreds of thousands of pages on their website is a cumbersome task to keep on top of; Ensuring that your analytics code, be it Google Analytics, CoreMetrics or any other analytics package, is present on on every page is another thing entirely.
During a recent project at Mediaworks, I encountered the possibility that Google Analytics was not installed on every page of a client’s website. Unfortunately, the solution I previously relied on (SiteScanGA) is no longer available and whilst there are great tools out there for checking if GA is installed on an individual page (e.g. GA? For Firefox) there is not an easy, non-enterprise way to check if Google Analytics is installed on every page.