I typically watch the Google Webmaster channel on YouTube for breaking news from Google. It’s tough to keep up with all the changes and new features without it.
During my surfing, I came across a great video that explains the Google Analytics *engine* and reports. Some of this was over my head, but a good portion of it made sense. I invite you to watch this short video to learn more about Google Analytics (GA) and how you can use it to monitor your website or blog.
Well, you’ve set up your website but how do you know who has visited it and how effective it is? It may look good to you and your mum will have.
The title says it all! This is a brief post with one goal: to introduce you to the Google Analytics dashboard.
Google Analytics is a superb tool for tracking important information about your sites visitors, it lets you know what they do while on your site and can give.
Google, the best search engine ever built, has been famous for everything that it provides – free of course. It has even increased the size of the Email (G-mail) storage to 2.6 GB.
This is a great list of tips for someone who has been using Google Analytics and is ready to take it to the next level and/or overcome some of its shortcomings.
Firefox/Chrome/Internet Explorer: With a browser extension, users can control their privacy and stop their data from being sent to Google Analytics, a Google service which monitors and tracks traffic and visitor data for web sites.