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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)

How to Get Your Website Traffic Report in Infographic Format for Free

How to Get Your Website Traffic Report in Infographic Format for Free

By far Google Analytics is one of the best solution to track your website stats. And If you don't know about GA I suggest you to read, What is GA : Free WebSite Stats Program Google analytics makes it very easy to track every single element of your traffic. You simply have to connect your website with GA and you are all set, GA will start monitoring every single visitor. You can even use GA for tracking your Apps stats, and check the live stats of your website. There is also an amazing option to schedule your GA report to your email. Which saves a lot (3 comments)

Why Collecting Website Usage Statistics is Important?

Why Collecting Website Usage Statistics is Important?

Being a blogger or an e-commerce site owner, we have to keep a track of performance analysis of all our pages. Being  a blogger, it's our job to identify weak or low performing pages, and improve the conversion on them. When I talk about conversion, I talk about converting user into sales. For a blog, it could be Email subscription, affiliate sales or anything. The point here is to make a page, an actionable page. “My blog has seen dropping page views, what do I do?” Analyze what went wrong, what went right earlier, what needs to be fixed etc. How do (0 comments)