Archive for the ‘Web Analytics’ Category

Measure Website Usage and Make Informative Decisions

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

Learning how your visitors use your website can be helpful in shaping up your online strategy. What can you learn and how? We will look at a few tips and good practices in this article. What You Can Learn Overall Site Traffic Typical metrics people measure include: Unique visitors Page views (total and average per […]

Find out what visitors search on your site

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

Many sites have in-site search. Visitors can type in a keyword in a search box and find relevant information within the website. For a site owner, you might want to know what people search for on your site. Google Analytics Site Search can do exactly this for you. If you already have Google Analytics set […]

Un-recognized Pages in Google Web Analytics Report

Friday, June 20th, 2008

Last time checked on the Google Web Analytics report for a domain name, saw a number of pages that didn’t belong to the site: /hacks/deliciouspoetry_web_biennial.php Consulted help from Google Groups … this is because someone has copied the Google Analytics code (javascript code) onto their site. Why? Don’t know. Have not thought of any good […]