Provider for Google Calendar. 50 Resources for Getting the Most Out of Google Analytics. Google Analytics is a very useful free tool for tracking site statistics.
For most users, however, it never becomes more than just a pretty interface with interesting graphs. The resources below will help anyone, from the beginner to those who have been using Google Analytics for some time, learn how to get the most out of this great tool. For Beginners The following list of links will help you get started with Google Analytics from setup to understanding what data is being presented by Google Analytics.
How to Use Google Analytics for Beginners – Mahalo’s how-to guide for beginners. Tips & Tricks If you’re already fairly familiar with Google Analytics and you’re ready to dig deeper and learn more about how to make use of the information that is available to you with Google Analytics, this list of tips & tricks is for you. Plugins, Hacks & Additions Want to learn how to get even more out of and extend Google Analytics by extending it with third party plugins, additions and hacks? Ultimate Web Analytics Comparison Resources - Web Analytics Worl. Web Analytics World Web Analytics World You are here: Home / Web Analytics / Ultimate Web Analytics Comparison Resources Ultimate Web Analytics Comparison Resources March 21, 2007 by Manoj Jasra 28 Comments inShare2 ** Updated information can be found in our new section on Analytics Measurement and Management Tools** I am often asked by colleagues, clients, and blog readers for comparisons between different Web Analytics Products: “What are the differences between Google Analytics and SiteCatalyst,” “How do I know which web analytics product to use?”
Analytics Vendor vs. 2007 Web Analytics Shootout - Interim Report. Published: May 7, 2007 Use the following link to go straight to the Final Analytics Report.
Introduction to the 2007 Analytics Shoot Out - by Jim Sterne Every web analytics tool measures clickthroughs and page views a little differently. They're all using slightly different yardsticks and getting slightly different results. The disparity is driving us to distraction. Just how different are they? To get the answer to that, you would have to install some of the most popular tools side by side on the same sites and compare the results. Yes, it's interesting to see which tools, looking at the same data, count higher and which count lower. Jim Sterne Take me directly to the data! Overview of the 2007 Analytics Shoot Out The 2007 Analytics Shoot Out is targeted at evaluating the performance, accuracy, and capabilities of 7 different analytics packages as implemented across 4 different sites.
How the results of the Shoot Out will be delivered. What you get in this interim report.