Count Me Out: GA.JS Version

The user defined report in Google Analytics.

A while back I wrote a post called Count Me Out! that explained how to exclude Google Analytics data based on the custom segment value. My previous post was based on the old, urchin.js tracking code, and a lot of people have been waiting for an update. It’s taken a while, but here it is. […]

Find Out When Your Campaigns Suck with GA Custom Reports

Campaigns by Hour of Day

One thing that I like about Google Analytics custom reports is the ability to actually do analysis with this feature. Sure, custom reports is a great way to change how data is displayed (for the annoying manager that only wants to see visits), but the reporting framework also offers a great way to do quicker, […]

“Enterprise” Google Analytics

Unique Visitors are Unique!

Is Google Analytics an “enterprise” class analytics solution? That’s debatable, and in fact, it has already been debated. In my opinion, it depends. It depends on your analytics needs. We’ve worked with plenty of “enterprise” class organizations that were new to web analytics. They had very simple needs and GA met most of them easily. […]