This tutorial describes how you can quickly track 404s or Page Not Found errors on your website or blog.
Google Analytics is web traffic analysis services from Google that offers detailed statistics about a website’s traffic and how the visitors are interacting with the site. It also helps measure social activity on your website.
Would you like to know how often visitors are printing web pages on your site and what web pages are most frequently printed. Google Analytics can help.
Find out which other websites are linking to your web pages with the help of Google Analytics. These are also known as incoming links or backlinks.
Learn how to use Google Analytics to track your outgoing Gmail messages and get notified when people open and read your email messages.
The browser window size is a more important metric than screen resolution and you can use Google Analytics to track that number.
The new Real-Time reports in Google Analytics allow you to monitor visitor activity as it happens on your site.
I was recently comparing the Google Analytics data with Google Trends for my website and, surprisingly, the results were vastly different.
Learn how you can opt-out of Google Analytics right now!
Learn how you can easily display Google Analytics stats as charts to your site visitors and advertisers without requiring any password.
The following presentations by Sarah Blake will walk you through some of the key features of Google Analytics including reports /metrics that you really need to focus upon while analyzing data.
How do you link two different Google accounts so that you can track AdSense and Analytics data from the same dashboard?
Would you like to track how may people are visiting your site via your RSS feed? If you are using FeedBurner to syndicate the RSS feeds of your blog, you can easily track all the incoming traffic from feed clicks through Google Analytics.
Google UK has released a PDF booklet with some very useful tips on how to make your website work. The guide is written primarily for online businesses and marketers but the tips and findings are relevant for small websites as well.
You probably use the FeedBurner badge to show the count of your feed subscribers and Twitter badge to display the number of your followers on Twitter. Now there's a new badge in town to display data from Google Analytics onto your WordPress powered website.
AdSense publishers will soon be able to view more detailed reports by linking their AdSense accounts to Analytics. Here's a quick tip that should help you enable Analytics in your AdSense account in less than 24 hours.
By integrating your AdSense account with a new or existing Analytics account, youâ€™ll have access to in-depth reports about user activity on your site. In addition to the wealth of metrics already available in Analytics such as unique visitors and visitor language, you'll now have access to granular reports that break down AdSense performance both by page and by referring site.
AdSense publishers will soon have access to extremely detailed stats about ads via Google Analytics reports. You will know about web pages that get more clicks, revenue generated per page, CPM rates, top referring sites, etc.
You will soon be able to track visitor clicks on your AdSense ads using Google Analytics reports. They have enough details to help you measure AdSense performance on every single page of your website.