Posts Tagged ‘ analytics ’

What #1 on Hacker News Does For Your Stats

May 31, 2010
What #1 on Hacker News Does For Your Stats

The Januarist isn’t the most popular blog in the world, but thanks to lots of good content and some great incoming links (e.g. from Wikipedia and Boing Boing), it usually attracts about 100 visits a day (mostly through search engine referrals). Yesterday (well, on 31 May 2010), a new post called “Why Are the...
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A Google Analytics Dashboard to Check Today’s Referrers for Multiple Websites

May 30, 2010
A Google Analytics Dashboard to Check Today’s Referrers for Multiple Websites

I spend a LOT of time on Google Analytics (GA), especially since increasing the number of blogs that I regularly write content for (Contentini, The Januarist, Amorphous Blog, Lame But Cool, this one…). For me, the most valuable part of GA is keeping an almost real-time check on where traffic is coming from /...
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