Google Analytics Segmentation: Updated for Better Analysis

Google Analytics Segmentation

I’m sure everyone here knows that segmentation is probably the most important tool that we have in our analysis toolbox. And with the updated Google Analytics segments you can slice and dice your data in some really creative ways. Let’s take a look at the updated advanced segmentation tool, discuss how it’s changed and how […]

Measuring the Non-Profit: From Planning to Implementation

Every non-profit needs to define a measurement plan to better understand their performance.

This is a post that I’m excited to write. I was talking to my friend Leslie, who does marketing for Google for Non-Profits. She helps non-profits use Google tools to be more successful. We were chatting about a framework that they can use to measure their non-profit more effectively. Let’s walk through the measurement planning […]

Go With The (Google Analytics Event) Flow

Google Analytics Event Flow

Google Analytics launched a series of enhancements to the Flow Visualization reports. The enhancements include the ability to do a date comparison of the Flow Visualization report and the ability to use other types of goals in the goal flow report. You can read the announcement on the Google Analytics blog. But the biggest news, […]

Google Analytics & Feedburner: A Love-Hate Relationship

Default Feedburner settings for Google Analytics.

I love Feedburner. For those that are unfamiliar with Feedburner, it tracks how many people subscribe to an RSS feed, the various applications that access your feed, and how many people take action on your content. It will even track how many people subscribe via email. All wonderful metrics related to interaction with your syndicated […]