Google Analytics


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Google Analytics

A free service from Google that captures a website's statistics. JavaScript code is embedded within each Web page, and when the page is rendered, the details of that request are sent to Google's servers. The website's Webmasters and marketers access their Google Analytics accounts to view detailed analyses of traffic and activity. See Web analytics.
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Note: If you're not using Google Analytics you'll want to make sure the links are configured to the specifications of the service you're using.
Because these benchmarking reports present data directly and are automatically collected by Google Analytics, sample size is not an issue.
In Google Analytics, a Bounce Rate is the percentage of single-page sessions on your website.
This gives you basic information about setting up Google Analytics on your website(s), along with a Sign Up button on the far right.
No one involved with Sigmalive has intervened in the website's code in a way that would affect the results of Google Analytics or any other service that counts visits," Dias said.
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Advanced Web Metrics with Google Analytics, second edition
Web video marketing firm Flimp Media announced on Tuesday the integration of Google Analytics with its web video marketing platform, providing marketers and advertisers a solution for web video marketing analytics.
In addition each page of the website will be coded with the appropriate tags from Google Analytics to track information and activity on the website.
The last piece of advice is about Google Analytics.