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New Google Analytics App

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New Google Analytics App

As an analytics user Google Analytics send me a mail about the new analytics app. Anybody try it yet?

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Written by Daniël W. Crompton (webhat)

July 3, 2012 at 7:56 am

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WunderKit, HandPick.me, Google Analytics, Blogging, Social Media Job Trends, TwitSprout and more… #podcast

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January 16, 2012 at 11:21 pm

CloudFlare, WordPress, Google Analytics, My Permissions and Kred.ly #podcast

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January 8, 2012 at 10:18 am

Playing with Geckoboard #analytics

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Geckoboard

I’d gotten access to Geckoboard halfway through January, I was happy to play with it for Snypher and see what the results were. Naturally I am getting all this data somewhere else, and to get this in a sleek interface makes a difference. I did immediately have the feeling that it would be even better with an LCARS Star Trek like interface.

Third Party Support
CRM:

  • Get Satisfaction
  • UserVoice
  • Zendesk
Social Media:

  • Only Twitter
Project Management:

  • GitHub
  • BaseCamp
Analytics:

  • Pingdom
  • Google Analytics

In terms of usefulness it takes about 30 minutes to set up a reasonable overview of the data you want. It supports a number of CRMs, Analytics and Project Management interfaces, but as far as social media is concerned it only supports Twitter.

For the future I would be happy to see a statistics module for social media, perhaps with a DataSift hookup.

Written by Daniël W. Crompton (webhat)

February 15, 2011 at 12:41 pm

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New Google FeedBurner #rss

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Google FeedBurner

As I was writing the last article about Google’s FeedBurner I noticed that they have a new interface, which is far more like Google Analytics.

New FeedBurner - FriendFeed Stats

This means new views of the data, like maps and more detailed view of the interaction with the FeedBurner data, although the click data generated fron the last post is probably .

New FeedBurner - Maps : Clicks

Perhaps this is the Phoenix…

Written by Daniël W. Crompton (webhat)

December 6, 2010 at 9:12 pm

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Google Reader Trends #trends

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I love statistics and analysis of my own behaviour. At the moment is one of the best at it, this is probably because of the large amount of data they have on me. So when I saw an article on Google Reader Trends I thought I’d have a look at my own statistics.

I expected something similar, but it neglects the amount of time I spend reading a story, and whether the whole story was posted or just an excerpt. This would account for the clicks on the stories and the fact that I more often than not share the item via an alternative source such as , and FriendFeed.

A feature I would actually like is the ability auto tag articles in different subscriptions, so I could filter based on folders the way I do in GMail. Also the ability to be able to then mark read a whole block of articles with the same tag or matching a certain topic, although that might just be the taxonomist in me.

Inspired by Google Reader Shows If You Are a Skimmer or a Clicker.

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August 11, 2010 at 7:42 pm

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