Today Google announced a number of new features for Google Analytics. I’m really excited about these features because they will greatly improve our ability to understand our site site visitors and what they want to do. You should know that this is a true beta. Google is taking signups for the new features and they […]
On October 16, 2007 Google announced a new version of the Google Analytics Tracking Code named ga.js. This means that there are now two versions of the GATC: the old urchin.js and the new ga.js. What makes the new ga.js different from urchin.js? The ability to track events New object oriented style; no more functions […]
With the release of the new GA.JS tracking code Google Analytics now supports automatic outbound link tracking. No more adding urchinTracking() to links! In order to get outbound link tracking to work you need to migrate to the new ga.js. I don’t have any reports to show you, but hope to have some soon.
As some of you may have noticed, my book PDF e-book has been published! Google Analytics Short Cut hit the web on August 31 and is now available for purchase at O’Reilly’s website. In my opinion, and I’m a bit biased after writing for all those hours, it’s a pretty good deal for $10 US. […]
I just read a great article by Bryan Eisenderg about Conversion Rate Basics. He points out some simple things that you should do to insure your site is converting visitors. This got me thinking about an experience I had earlier this week. On Wednesday (August 29, 2007) I received a message from NetFlix regarding their […]