google

  • China Blocks Google Analytics – Are You Affected?

    On Friday, November 9th reports began to surface that the Chinese Government had blocked Google services, including, purportedly, Google Analytics. What's the Impact of This on Google Analytics? If the Google Analytics block remains, this has a couple fairly significant impact on users of the service. Impact #1: Your Traffic Reports If you have customers in China, and you use Google Analytics to measure your website or mobile apps that are visited by those customers, you won't see their activities reported in GA anymore.  Depending on how much of your traffic is from China you may not notice much of ...

    Posted at November 10, 2012 | By : | Categories : Google Analytics | 3 Comments
  • How Universal Analytics will Change Your Life

    Google's new Universal Analytics approach is going to change your life. In fact, it's going to change everyone's life. Our worlds become more and more measurement-enabled and data is continuing to pour through every facet of our beings.  This has significant implications on how we live our lives and how we analyze every action ... and this means that we'll need to do analysis on every unique activity. Enter Universal Analytics, which begins to tie all of our unique information together into one seamless thread of insight.

    Posted at November 7, 2012 | By : | Categories : Google Analytics,News | 0 Comment
  • Recap of Google Analytics Summit 2012, Day 1: What Matters

      If you didn't catch our Live Blog from the Summit, go read it now!  As you'll read, there was a lot of data to churn through and ...

    Posted at October 29, 2012 | By : | Categories : Events,Google Analytics | 2 Comments
  • GA Summit 2012 Live Updates

      4:34 pm, Google Analytics Premium - Manav Mishra & Chip Hall Year in Review Guiding Principles: Best in class service, simple and friction-free experience, ...

    Posted at October 29, 2012 | By : | Categories : Events,Google Analytics,News | 3 Comments
  • GoogleBot Gets Smarter: Crawling AJAX Comments

    For years, Google has not crawled a significant part of websites and blogs: the comments.  There were two reasons for this: Regarding #1, Panda updates have done a great job in removing spam sites with bad comments.  Also, most websites have now established a platform and ...

    Posted at November 17, 2011 | By : | Categories : Search Optimization | 0 Comment