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Analyser sa journée avec Google Analytics - Agence Web Cree1site. Si vous n’êtes pas familier avec Google analytics, je vais vous donner les premiers points à « analyser » sur une journée. Bien comprendre les sources de trafics vous permettra de maximiser vos chances de recevoir des visites, donc des clients potentiels. Tout d’abord connectez vous à votre compte Google et choisissez le site Une fois sur l’interface, sélectionner la journée que vous souhaitez analyser.

Une fois le site choisi Lorsque vous êtes sur le dashboard de votre journée, vous constatez l’aperçu de vos visiteurs, avec le taux de rebond, les pourcentages de visiteurs connus ou nouveaux, le nombre de pages vues, la durée moyenne de visite, etc… Le taux de rebond : Le taux de rebond, c’est la vitesse à laquelle le visiteur se sauve de votre site. Si le visiteur se sauve rapidement, c’est que votre site n’est pas pertinent, enfin pour Google c’est différent, puisque si vos visiteurs trouvent vite l’info, c’est bien aussi ! Pages vues : Pages/Visite : Quel type de Call To Action ? 100+ Google Tricks for Teachers. It's Google's world, we're just teaching in it. Now, we can use it a little more easily. With classes, homework, and projects–not to mention your social life–time is truly at a premium for all teachers, so why not take advantage of the wide world that Google has to offer? From super-effective search tricks to Google tools specifically for education to tricks and tips for using Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Calendar, these tricks will surely save you some precious time.

Search Tricks These search tricks can save you time when researching online for your next project or just to find out what time it is across the world, so start using these right away. Convert units. Google Specifically for Education From Google Scholar that returns only results from scholarly literature to learning more about computer science, these Google items will help you at school. Google Scholar. Google Docs 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. Gmail 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. Google Calendar 44. Google's Apps for Education and the New Privacy Policy. Privacy | Features Google's Apps for Education and the New Privacy Policy By Dian Schaffhauser02/15/12 In late January when Google announced that it was replacing 60 different privacy policies across its multiple sites and services with a single one, you might have thought Congress had taken up SOPA and PIPA again.

That's how loud the outrage was from much of the social galaxy, as reflected in this Gizmodo headline: "Google's Broken Promise: The End of 'Don't Be Evil.'" Other observers, such as Forbes "privacy pragmatist" Kashmir Hill, questioned what the big deal was; after all, she wrote, Google wasn't changing much other than how it targets ads to users and creates new innovative services: "Using information from Gmail to suggest more appropriate YouTube videos or reminding an Android smartphone user that they have a Google calendar appointment in a half hour on the other side of town doesn’t strike me as the work of Lucifer.

" 80 Ways To Use Google Forms In Your Classroom. 5 Tips For Finding A Scholarship 3.82K Views 0 Likes Nowadays, searching for high school scholarships should be easier than ever before—but is it? Searching for plainly “Scholarships” in search engines will return you about 83 million results. That high number of result... 81 Ways Teachers Can Use Google Forms with Their Students. The Google+ Guide For Educators. Home » Education, Social Media Written by Grace2 August 2011 Unless you've been living under a rock the last month, undoubtedly you've heard of the new social networking site everyone has been raving about: Google+. All this buzz has generated some great articles (my to-read pile just keeps growing!) So it's been hard to find just one favorite Google+ area to discuss...that's why I've decided to share some of my favorite articles to help get educators started.

Here's my Google+ Guide for Educators: So what do you think about Google+? Share this post with your friends and colleagues: 19 Handy Google Tricks That You Weren’t Aware Of. After covering everything that Google Search has to offer, you can easily forge that search only forms one small part of the Google behemoth. With so many different features and clients available, it’s very easy to use the basic features for each and leave it at that. However, if you delve a little deeper, there are many tricks hidden away that will help improve your experience. To help you out, here are a number of tips and tricks that you can use for four of Google’s more popular features: Gmail, Maps, Google Drive and Google News. Gmail Use Filtered Search Gmail’s search bar is very handy for finding that message you got months ago, but most people don’t realise how easy it is to access advanced search.

Just click the downward facing arrow on the right-hand side of the search bar and you will be presented with a number of different search options. Activate Starring Feature Cut Down Text In Email Replies Keyboard Shortcuts Sign Out Remotely Emphasise Important Words In Gchat Google Maps. 80+ Google Forms for the Classroom. If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my weekly newsletter. Thanks for visiting! Google Forms is a great tool for the classroom and this post from 2008 has always proven popular on my blog.

I hope you continue to be inspired by the ideas here. I have created example forms for each of the different topics, follow the links in each of the ten sections. 1 ) Get to know your class Use this form to gather some indication from your new class about their likes and dislikes, their favourite lessons or after school clubs they enjoy. 2 ) Emotion graph An emotion graph is a simple line graph comparing a range of happiness to sadness against different points (time) in a story or film. Use a Google Form to gather the children’s responses to different parts of any type of linear narrative, written or visual. 3 ) Spelling test Steve Kirkpatrick had this brainwave a while back so check out his excellent post for more information about setting up the spreadsheet. 4 ) Comprehension questions.

5 Ways to Use Google Docs in the Classroom - Getting Smart by Susan Oxnevad. Google Docs is a user friendly suite of online collaborative tools that come with tremendous potential for use in the classroom. Last year all of the students in our school received Google Docs accounts and I was kept quite busy getting students and teachers up and running with the new tools, then discovering innovative ways to use them as effective tools for learning. Here are some of the favorites. Collaborative Writing Sharing and commenting provide students with opportunities to receive immediate feedback on their writing from teachers and peers in the 24/7 classroom.

The integrated reference tools and smart spell checker provide students with convenient writing support right on the page. The built in research tool expands opportunities for students to engage in real world writing and streamlines the process of creating links and citations with a handy one click feature. For students using a variety of sources in their writing, Google Docs integrates seamlessly with EasyBib. In Box. Google Maps: 100+ Best Tools and Mashups. Most people think of Google Maps in terms of finding a place or business, or getting directions from one point to another. Others use the satellite images and terrain mapping features. But there are tons of other uses out there for Google maps.

From mapping the weather and news to mapping things that aren't maps at all, like paintings or magazines, Google Maps has a lot to offer. And there are free tools available out there for those who want to use the Google Maps API without doing a bunch of coding. Here are more than 100 of the best mashups and tools out there right now. Have a favorite Google Maps tool or mashup? Tell us more about it in the comments. Travel and Transportation Mapness - An online travel journal that interfaces with Google Maps to show where you've been.

The AA Route Planner - Plan trips around the UK. Montreal Metro Map - A complete map of Montreal Metro stations. Dublin Public Transport Advisor - A trip planner for public transportation in and around Dublin. Who is Sick? Google Earth Links. Google Earth. Scribble Maps - Draw on google maps with scribblings and more! Site Web officiel Google Analytics – Analyse d'audience Internet et création de rapports – Google Analytics. gReader (Google Reader | RSS) Google Actualités. 100+ Google Tricks for Teachers. Gmail - Version Juillet 2013. Les messages de votre boîte de réception sont classés en catégories ("Réseaux sociaux", "Promotions", "Mises à jour", etc.) Les catégories peuvent apparaître sous formes d'onglets de la boîte de réception et de libellés.

Elles vous permettent de repérer facilement les messages importants et de regrouper ceux d'une même catégorie. Si vous utilisez une boîte de réception personnalisée, telle que la boîte de réception Prioritaire, les onglets ne sont visibles que si vous les activez. Pour ce faire, procédez comme suit : Ouvrez Gmail. Cliquez sur l'icône représentant une roue dentée dans l'angle supérieur droit, puis sélectionnez Configurer la boîte de réception. Cochez les onglets que vous souhaitez voir dans votre boîte de réception. Si vous ne souhaitez pas utiliser ce type de boîte de réception, suivez les instructions permettant de modifier le style de la boîte de réception. Choisir vos onglets Vos messages sont automatiquement classés dans les onglets facultatifs suivants : Exemple Mobile. Google+ Google apps. [Astuce] Mettez en forme vos textes sur Hangouts.