Adding Google Analytics Tracking Code1 user found helpful
It may be a little more time consuming than shooting a request to your admin to modify your theme/required header, but should get the job done.
Follow the procedure for each of your pages, or at least those that require tracking.
From the Page while logged in,
Edit Page > Properties > Custom Attributes > ** Add Attribute > Header Extra Content
Paste the code provided by Google into the 'Header Extra Content' Input that appears, then hit the 'Save' button at the bottom of the page.
This is an issue others have experienced, and will apparently be addressed in a more global fashion presently:
Being able to specify default custom attributes by pagetype to be applied site-wide would do the trick; likely there'll be an add-on patch that accomplishes the same soon enough.
I've tried the built-in tracking code, adding the "analyticstracking.php" file and referencing it in the index, them page.php files, and in an HTML block on the global site nav. Nothing...
Where are the page templates for active pages stored?
I just found out, earlier this morning, that the maintenance_mode.php file that the site points to in order to display to public is not actually in /**/concrete/views/frontend - Instead, it's in public_html/updates/concrete220.127.116.11_remote_updater/concrete/views/frontend - So, maybe my theme pages (to insert the tracking code) is somewhere in there?
I'll keep digging.
ga('create', 'YOUR ANALYTICS TRACKING CODE', 'auto');
And it will report for each page accessed within the site automatically.