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How to Delete an Account from Google Analytics

How to Delete an Account from Google Analytics

Have you had a blog which is no longer live but the account is still on Google Analytics? Do you want to clean up your GA account? If so, read on and learn how to do it. Google Analytics is a free website stats program which is recommended for every blogger and website owner. It gives you great details about where your traffic is coming from and how users are interacting your website/blog. For a long time I have created numerous blogs apart from ShoutMeLoud to try new things online, and over that time many of them have been deleted as they didn't (10 comments)

Analytify : Best Google Analytics WordPress Dashboard Plugin

Analytify : Best Google Analytics WordPress Dashboard Plugin

Your blog traffic statistics is one of the most important thing to grow your blog and when it comes to free analytic program, Google analytics is the best out there. For WordPress blog I personally use Google analytics and WordPress stats program. Analytify is one useful WordPress plugin for Google analytics users to check Google analytics stats right from the WordPress dashboard. The reason Analytify deserves to be featured here is because it also let you check individual posts/pages stats from the post editor section. This is one particular feature (8 comments)

How To Add Google Analytics To WordPress Blog

How To Add Google Analytics To WordPress Blog

When I started blogging, stats of the blog was only for knowing how many visitors I'm getting, and with time I realize stats of my blog is the key to blog growth. It doesn't matter if you have a blog with 100 views a day or a blog with 100 millions views a day, you need to have a stats program which help you to track blog traffic and analyse them. In my earlier post I have shared about 3 stats program for WordPress blog, and Google analytics is one of the free stats program that is must have for any blog. I would not get into details of benefits of (9 comments)

(not provided) – The Alternative Path to Organic Keyword Data

(not provided) – The Alternative Path to Organic Keyword Data

As a direct result of Google switching to a secure connection (https) and encrypting user searches, we have been witnessing how an increasing amount of keyword data in Google Analytics fell under the (not provided) category. While in November 2011 about 12% of search queries were 'not provided', the percentage rose to 50% by August 2013, 80% by December 2013 and is closing in on 100%. (source: http://www.notprovidedcount.com/) Slowly, we reached the moment we were so terrified of, that moment when search data no longer made it back to us, creating (12 comments)

How to Find your Blog Demographics Using Google Analytics

How to Find your Blog Demographics Using Google Analytics

"Know your audience", this is one of the advises which you will get in every aspect of business. From a blogging perspective, it's very important to know our current demographic of our blog. If you are wondering what is demographic, here is a quick explanation: A demographic is a measure of type of audience reading your blog. It's based on various things like: Age Location Sex Devices uses Browser used and so on... Earning potential And it changes from the perspective we are calculating, but for any business to succeed, you should (2 comments)