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Google analytics is a powerful tool for analyzing your web site's traffic. Yet, by default, it lacks easy access to some very useful features: (1) real-time stats and (2) the [full] referring URL. To get real-time stats, I've created a bookmarklet (and bookmarklet generator) that takes you to stats for today up to the most recent hour. And, to get the full referring URL (useful when your site lands somewhere like Hacker News and you're trying to figure out how), this article shows you how to configure a custom filter to expose the full URL.
(Cross-posted from the Google Analytics Blog ) Back in Episode 10 of Web Analytics TV , (32:00), Lisa C from Melbourne asked how to pull a trending report from Google Analytics for the top organic search landing pages. This was such a great question, that we wrote 2 articles and released sample code describing how you can automate retrieving this data from Google Analytics Data Export API. But first let’s look at the results. Here is a graph plotting traffic to the top 100 landing pages for organic search for all of June for www.googlestore.com .
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New – Google Analytics on Library Web Site Beginning January 2009 the Duke University Libraries will use Google Analytics to gather statistics on portions of its web site. The Libraries will use the information gathered to improve web services for its patrons. Google Analytics employs cookies to define user sessions , which allows for the collection of important data about how our patrons are using the Library’s site. Google Analytics uses only first-party cookies for data analysis. This means that the cookies are linked to the Libraries' website domain(s), and Google Analytics will only use that cookie data for statistical analysis related to your browsing behavior on the Libraries' websites According to Google, the data collected cannot be altered or retrieved by services from other domains.
Introduction As more and more digital content goes online, libraries today are fundamentally different than they were as recently as five years ago. Websites have become an essential component of library service, and designing these websites involves both technical and administrative decision-making. During the past five years, the Rutgers-Newark Law Library (RNLL) has used different methods to figure out exactly what our visitors are looking for on our website . Recently, we used Google Analytics to track our visitors' behaviors, and pinpointed the motivations behind their information-seeking.
Last modified: July 27, 2012 ( view archived versions ) There are many different ways you can use our services – to search for and share information, to communicate with other people or to create new content. When you share information with us, for example by creating a Google Account , we can make those services even better – to show you more relevant search results and ads, to help you connect with people or to make sharing with others quicker and easier.
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Article Excerpt Hidden inside Ashley Hayes-Beaty's computer, a tiny file helps gather personal details about her, all to be put up for sale for a tenth of a penny. The file consists of a single code— 4c812db292272995e5416a323e79bd37—that secretly identifies her as a 26-year-old female in Nashville, Tenn. The code knows that her favorite movies include "The Princess Bride," "50 First Dates" and "10 Things I Hate About You." It knows she enjoys the "Sex and the City" series.
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One cool feature of Bitbucket is the ability to track traffic to your repositories using Google Analytics .
Another rad browser plugin called Google Alarm hit the Internets this week, which alerts you every time your personal info is sent to Google's servers. How? Via notifications, a running tally of dangerous sites and, naturally, a super annoying, vuvuzela -like alarm. After seeing this new plugin — which works with both Firefox and Chrome — on F.A.T. , I contacted the developer who made it: Jamie Wilkinson , who also created Know Your Meme and Mag.ma. Google Alarm, which was made during F.A.T.'