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Are Google Analitics worth anything? Does anybody else use them? thanks.
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Google analytics is good way to to track your visitors and the other important thing that it is totally free too.
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Everybody,

Please vist the following website so I can test this out........

http://www.ndninc.org

Thanks All
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google analytics is great and its free.... i am using it on my site as well

google brought this initially from company called urchin...and they used to sell urchin tracker site license for good $$$ those days
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It must be worth somthing, Slashdot is using it.
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Personally, I wasn't very impressed by Google Analytics, unless I completely mis-interpreted the reason behind it or of course I am doing it wrong.

It doesnt track any other keywords but what I use in Adwords. It also doesn't block my static IP despite me setting it up as a rule. So my results are inaccurate.
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This is the free Stats provided by Google itself. Use it and you will know many things about your website visitors.
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Google Analytics is free and its a good tool to track your visitors. No harm installing it for your sites. Go and try it out. You will love it.
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thanks again everyone
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im more into icerocket's blog tracker than Analytics
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erikko wrote:
im more into icerocket's blog tracker than Analytics



the best thing with analytcs, these are more reliable and,
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The info I have on who finds my site & how they find the site has enabled me to focus on the things which are making the most money for us. This way I spend more time on the phrases that get results as opposed to the ones which are obviously just not converting anyone over.
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Now that I've has analitics for the weekend, I can see how this would help. Lots of info is given.....
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Here's my dumb question of the day, at least for this topic.

In Google Analytics > Traffic Sources > Keywords - The list of keywords are what google is seeing / using in searches to find my site?

Is there a way to see what page google got those keywords from?
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jflynn wrote:
Here's my dumb question of the day, at least for this topic.

In Google Analytics > Traffic Sources > Keywords - The list of keywords are what google is seeing / using in searches to find my site?

Is there a way to see what page google got those keywords from?


Segment by Landing Page.
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jflynn wrote:
Here's my dumb question of the day, at least for this topic.

In Google Analytics > Traffic Sources > Keywords - The list of keywords are what google is seeing / using in searches to find my site?

Is there a way to see what page google got those keywords from?


Did you happen to use Adwords for promotion of your site?

My GA reports will only show keywords from my Adwords campaign and my Collector reports are showing there are heaps of other keywords people use as well.
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No I'm not using Ad Words....
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Google Analytics offer loads of statistics for your site free of cost. You just have to register on it, create an account, get the code and put it in the root of your site. Right from the number of visitors to the area of visit, from keywords, to the money that you make. All the information is churned out quite exquisitely...

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