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Learning to Use Google Analytics More Effectively at CodePen 

Here’s how most people use Google Analytics: you copy and paste the default tracking snippet into your templates. Look at the pageview data that comes in. Source - Read More: css-tricks.com

 
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How to get started with Google Analytics

Google Analytics can provide valuable online insights for marketers and website managers. Unfortunately, GA has a bit of a learning curve. Here’s a beginner’s guide to the basics. Source - Read More: www.cio.com

 
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6 Ways to Use Google Analytics You Haven’t Thought Of

For many marketers and business owners, their Google Analytics usage is relegated to a few basic, top-level charts. Check out these other options. Source - Read More: www.searchenginejournal.com

 
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Is A “High” Bounce Rate Always Bad? Plus: How To Improve Bounce Rates

When we ask prospective customers if they know how their website is performing, they often quote a Bounce Rate percentage or some other standard Google Analytics site metrics such as “pages per session” or “time on site” and so on, with the assumption that a bounce rate above some percentage is bad. But is a

 
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Top 4 Content Marketing Metrics

Knowing how to use Google Analytics is the #1 tool any content marketer needs to have in their arsenal. The best part about Google Analytics is that it shows us everything we need to know about our websites and then some. Unfortunately, it throws a lot of data at us and sometimes it can be

 
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