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Custom GA dashboard
Did you know you could create and share Google Analytics dashboards and layouts. GA gives you a list of the ones they’ve build to help Bloggers and Ecommerce sites along.

Great stuff GA!

via Mark Traphagen

Google Analytics
Want a nifty custom GA dashboard — already built for you? 

Our analytics advocate Justin Cutroni has created some really useful ones. Here are just a few to try out. Simply click the link, assign an account and the dashboard will automagically appear with your data.

Basic blog dashboard: 
URL: http://goo.gl/wWy9j
If you’re a blogger you can use this dashboard to keep tabs on where your readers come from and what they do on your site.

Social media dashboard:
URL: http://goo.gl/gafiH
Need an overview of how social is performing for your brand? Never fear. This dashboard will provide Off-site activity, On-site activity and Conversions/Outcomes. This makes it easy to evaluate user activity throughout the conversion process.

Mobile ecommerce dashboard: 
URL: http://goo.gl/I322w
If you’re getting into mobile commerce use this dashboard to get an end-to-end view of your customer experience.

Site Performance dashboard: 
URL: http://goo.gl/eZfV5
How about a report for the IT team? This dashboard contains various speed metrics to help identify issues with your pages or servers.

Engaged Traffic advanced segment: 
URL: http://goo.gl/4HFoo
This advanced segment measures traffic that views at least three pages AND spends more than three minutes on your site. Why do these people love you so much? Find out!

Daily Ecommerce report: 
URL: http://goo.gl/e0Ksy
Use this report to keep tabs on all parts of the ecommerce lifecycle: acquisition, engagement and conversion in one single table.

And don’t forget, you can always create and share your own custom dashboard that has the specific metrics you want (as shown below).

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Written by Daniël W. Crompton (webhat)

May 16, 2012 at 10:16 am

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