Google Analytics

by Vinaya HS on December 12, 2005

in Technology

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“Google Analytics tells you everything you want to know about how your visitors found you and how they interact with your site. You’ll be able to focus your marketing resources on campaigns and initiatives that deliver ROI, and improve your site to convert more visitors.”

Click for full size image I had signed-up for this program sometime back. For some reason, the analytics program had refused to analyze my site. Until today. Now, I have a wealth of visitor information at my finger tips. I know where I will be spending all my free time tomorrow.

Unfortunately, Google has stopped accepting new sign-ups. It’s only temporary. You can get on the wait-list though.




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Raj December 13, 2005 at 9:18 AM

Though its very detailed, i still prefer sitemeter and statcounter bcos Analytics doesnt provide you consolidated info.

Lucio December 13, 2005 at 12:25 PM

I use it too but I rely more on statcounter because of primarily the speed at which the data is collected and ready to be viewed

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