Archive | Aug, 2009

10 Must Track Google Analytics Goals – Web Analytics World Blog

Ran Nir, founder of Conversion Counts – a London based online marketing agency specializing in Google Analytics training and consultancy – wrote an interesting post about the top 10 must track Google Analytics goals.

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Aug 16th, 2009Comments Off on 10 Must Track Google Analytics Goals – Web Analytics World Blog

Google Analytics Filters

Google Analytics filters give users the opportunity to exclude, improve, and segment their data.  Filters an be created to exclude internal traffic (e.g. IP exclusion), improve URL capture (Force URI), segment specific keyword traffic / referrers, and much more!

Here is a list of the top 10 recommended filters:

Detailed PPC Keyword Filter – http://www.e-nor.com/blog/index.php/web-analytics/update-to-an-old-favorite-detailed-ppc-keyword-data-in-google-analytics/
Track SEO Rankings with GA – http://yoast.com/track-seo-rankings-google-analytics/
Tracking Social Networks Using Google Analytics – http://www.advanced-web-metrics.com/blog/2008/11/03/tracking-social-networks-with-google-analytics-using-filters/
Custom GA Filters – http://www.lunametrics.com/blog/2007/04/28/custom-filters-for-ga-part-3d/
IP Range Exclusion – http://www.google.com/support/analytics/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=55572
Other Google Analytics Filters – http://doteduguru.com/id629-google-analytics-filters.html
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Aug 10th, 200911 Comments

Google Goes Grassroots

Google recently launched a “Going Google” campaign, which urges users to tweet about why they’ve gone Google and use their applications.  They claim that they already have roughly 1.75 million businesses, schools, and organizations using their  applications, 3000 new users start utilizing the applications each day, an they promise to give away prizes in August to Google Apps customers who share why they’ve gone that route.

The results have yet to be seen from this new campaign, but word of mouth […]

Aug 5th, 20091 Comment