Google Analytics is a fantastic tool. With very little effort you can bring a whole smörgåsbord of fascinating visitor statistics to the table. You can quickly discover that your bounce rate has fallen, time on site has increased, or there’s an increasing number of visitors from Germany.
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Beantin Webbkommunikation is James Royal-Lawson+46735931654, an independent Stockholm-based consultant working with Web management, optimisation, UX, usability, analytics and more.
Every visitor to your website has a question ...answer it!
I’ve been self-employed now for 6 years. I’ve been a web and intranet consultant for the past 8. It’s not been often I’ve seen a job advert during that time where I’ve really thought - the person they are describing is actually me.
Google updated their definition of a visit in the middle of august. I’ve written an explanation in a separate blog post. In general the change is good as it should make the data in Google Analytics easier for the layman to interpret.
It’s all change with Visits and Google Analytics. In August 2011 Google altered when they consider a session to have ended. A small change according to their blog.
Get ready, I’m going to mention some odd sounding cookie names a fair bit!
If you are starting out with Google Analytics for a site (or sites), then there are a few first steps you should follow. Here are 7 tips to get you up and running…
This time, a collection of links (and summaries) including articles related to:Web management, UX, intranets, SEO and web analytics.