We all rely on our analytics a great deal. Whether it’s checking out your growth in readers or customers, or seeing where your traffic is coming from, website owners like knowing they can see real measurements for their site.
But what do you do if you analytics seem….well….. off? How do you trust your reports when they aren’t producing correct results?
Brian’s new post on Search Engine Land is all about debugging your Google Anayltics installation to ensure you are getting the correct data from your analytics. He will take you through the steps he uses with his clients to get accurate information from Google Anayltics.
Read his full column on Search Engine Land and start debugging your analytics today.
Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Cathy Tilton contributed a whooping 34 entries.
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