Do You Read Your Statistics?

If you don't, then you need to start. Analytics (or statistics) are the single most important source of information from your website that is available without spending thousands on focus groups, heat map testing, etc. Even companies who can afford the latter options...

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Google Analytics Visitor Flow

If you've been looking around your Google Analytics recently, you'll notice a new option on the right-hand menu called Visitor Flow. Visitor Flow  gives us the option to see how visitors are flowing through your website in an easy-to-read visual flow chart. This new...

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YouTube Analytics

YouTube has recently renamed their Insight section to YouTube Analytics. This represents a change in the actual program that closely matches Google Analytics. Here's an Infographic that Google put together on YouTube Analytics:

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What is the Most-Used Browser?

Browsers are a very important part of everyone's life. It's how you browse the Internet and is likely one of the most used programs on your computer.  Therefore, programming for different browsers and ensuring a website shows up properly across all modern browsers is...

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Analytics for the “Real World”

Statistics are great. They sound boring, but when it comes to making real business decisions, they're one of the most useful tools available today. That is, if you have a website. If you have a brick-and-mortar store, it's nearly impossible to identify true statistics...

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So what exactly are they doing on your site?

One of the biggest pieces of analytics data you can use are what's called heat maps, or as Google Analytics calls it, In-Page Analytics.  This helps you track where on your site people are clicking and ultimately what they are doing.  With this data, you can start to...

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AWSTATS Explained

Learning to read log files and stats are one of the more important aspects of running a web site. With tools such as the statistics and log files, a user can customize their site to suite the user and tailor it to their needs. Statistics allow use to view many...

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Googles new product, Browser Size

Ever wonder how many viewers can see your full site without scrolling?  Well Google has released a new product called Browser Size from its Google Labs department.  This application overlays a map of different screen resolutions onto your site showing your the...

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