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You may have seen URLs with a long string attached to the end of the link that looks something like this: “utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=fanpage&utm_campaign=new+article&wa_ibsrc=fanpage.” Should you be worried about the implications of this? We’ll have a look at what UTM is and answer any question you might have on this subject.
For those who are using Google Analytics to track your website visitors, if you are looking for alternative tools so you can complement or step away from Google Analytics, here are five great Google Analytics alternatives that you may want to consider using.
Are you constantly checking your Google Analytics data and looking for an easier way to keep up with it? If so, here is how you can access your Google Analytics data in your WordPress dashboard.
Google Analytics has recently make available a new feature that allows you to create shortcuts. There is no more segmenting and sorting each time you log into your GA dashboard. Just set it up once, save it, and view your results with a single click.
In Google Analytics, we’re all familiar with the standard dashboard where you can see at a glance all metrics for your website, but the default settings might not be exactly what you need to measure for your particular website. Here we will show you how to create custom dashboards for your exact analytic needs so you’re measuring and tracking only what is important to you.
In Google Analytics, you now have the option to see your site stats in real time. This allows you to see how many visitors are on your website, what page they are viewing, and demographic details. Let’s take a look at how this feature can help you measure your social media impact.
Website owners rejoice! Google finally has an official Android application for Google Analytics. While some of the other applications out there work well, the official Google app works better. When you are not near a computer, you can now easily get your stats fix by logging in to see how well your new landing page […]
Many people don’t know how to track statistics for their website and feel overwhelmed when they first log into Google Analytics. There’s a lot of information to see so if you’re not familiar with it, you’ll probably not know what’s important to look at or track regularly. This can vary depending on what type of […]
If you run a website, you’ve almost certainly heard of Google analytics. Many of you probably use it quite happily, but some of you might have wondered what other website statistic services exist. I’ve been using Statcounter for a few years now, and continue to do so quite happily. Their website can be found here.
For all of you who have implemented the social sharing buttons on your blog/website, don’t you wish that you can track the traffic generated from the clicks of these buttons? You can’t do that in the past, but with the new social tracking feature in Google Analytics, you can do it now. By adding a […]
Google Analytics is good. It allows you to track your website traffic, free for up to 5 million pageviews a month, and you get a thorough report on almost every single detail of your audience. Piwik is another website analytics software that is as powerful as Google Analytics and serve as a great alternative. What […]
Google has recently added a new feature into its Analytics software, enabling you to track your website loading speed now. If you are not aware, in its attempt to make the web faster, Google has launched a series of tools to help webmasters improve their site speed. There is the Google Instant where users can […]
If you are a blogger or a webmaster, you must be using Google analytics to get detailed data about your blog. Undisputedly, It’s the best free web analytics software out there and provides you with valuable information about how your site is performing in search engines and which sites are sending you traffic etc. If […]