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The 5 Most Meaningful Google Analytics Reports for Social Media Marketers

We have Google Analytics installed on all the Buffer blogs (Social, Open, Overflow, and certainly also Happiness in the future). I imagine you might have it installed, too. And though I could be in a much better habit of checking GA often, I am grateful to know that all the stats are there for me,

 
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Annotation: Your Google Analytics’ Missing Piece

The web is forever evolving and digital businesses have more moving parts every day.  As days go by, it can be hard to keep track and remember the events of the previous day, such as campaigns and website changes. Fortunately for businesses that use Google Analytics there’s an easy solution: Annotations. Annotations is a seldom-used

 
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How to Set Up Google Analytics to Understand Grow Your Blog

The thing that makes Google Analytics so awesome can also make it annoying: It offers you SO MUCH DATA! The trick to using Google Analytics to help you grow your blog is to not get bogged down in what you don’t need. You can set up personal dashboards to quickly access the data that you

 
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29 Common Google Analytics Data Errors And How To Fix Them

With the Ecommerce Foundation quoting B2C eCommerce figures of $2.2bn worldwide for 2015, it seems that if a business is not focusing efforts online then it’s falling way behind the current trend. Doing business online these days IS doing business, and the trusted means by which to measure our results is Google Analytics. Source - Read More: blog.kissmetrics.com

 
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Google Analytics New “Trash Can” Feature Saves Deleted Data

Google Analytics is rolling out a new “Trash Can” feature that will act as a safety net to recover recently deleted data. According to the announcement, deleted views, properties and accounts will be saved in the “Trash Can” for 35 days. While the feature will be rolling out during the coming weeks, Google says anything

 
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