Posts Tagged ‘infographics’

Mar 25
2014

google-analytics-universal-migration-flowchart
The global shift to Google Analytics Universal is upon us. Google plans to migrate everyone, and that can be a little scary. We want to make the migration as clear and seamless as possible for you.

The migration to Google Universal Analytics consists of two basic steps, but we need to keep aware of a few potential twists and turns along the way. The flowchart that appears below illustrates the timeline and decision paths that you’ll follow as you migrate your own Google Analytics properties to Universal.

The flowchart maps out the points discussed in the video that we posted last week, so you can now view the video, follow along in the flowchart, and read though our Universal ebook for a deeper dive into core Google Analytics functionality and Universal-specific considerations.

google-analytics-universal-migration-flowchart

Oct 23
2013

desktop background google analytics regex cheatsheetI have a background in design. With powerful tools and applications like Photoshop, remembering all the commands can be a challenge. It’s almost 100% necessary to have keyboard shortcuts and cheat sheets if you plan to do heavy surgery with them. Despite your best efforts, some shortcuts and codes just never get memorized (I’ve been trying to remember the hex for red for 7 yrs now, just never has been a priority).

I saw this awesome Photoshop keyboard shortcut desktop background and thought, “How convenient!”

Google Analytics is a powerful tool too, but the commands (Regex’s and Keyboard Shortcuts) can be hard to remember. So for the analytics ninjas (or wannabe ninjas who haven’t memorized every shortcut yet) doing heavy data crunching and report making, we thought it might be cool to have one of those for Google Analytics! We know that there are already some out there, but we wanted ours to be really “pretty” AND could be used as a desktop background (for maximum convenience). This is only for the hardcore analytics ninjas that are willing to get rid of that Hello Kitty desktop pic, picture of your spouse and kids, or “Man of Steel” desktop background.

Click here to find your screen resolution!

DOWNLOADS: Google Analytics Regex Cheat Sheet

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DOWNLOADS: Google Analytics Keyboard Shortcuts

Black and White Printable (8.5in x 11in)
1024×768
1024×1024 (iPad)
1280×800
1280×1024
1440×900
1680×1050
1920×1200
2560×1440