Category Archives: web analytics

Browser = “Google Analytics”

What in the….? “Google Analytics” is a browser?! (For the quick answer, skip to the “Conclusion” below…) We ran into a confusing situation the other day with a client. They were getting traffic from a browser called “Google Analytics“. It threw us for a loop, because obviously, we’re familiar with Google Chrome, Firefox, the awesomeness […]

Valentine’s Day Analytics – Marry Quantitative Data with Qualitative Voice of Customer Data

“I…i…i…i… I’m soooo in love with you… whatever you waaaant to dooo… it’s alright with meeeee…!” – lyrics from the “Reverend of Soul” himself – Al Green. It’s Valentine’s Day, love is in the air! So, we thought we’d shoot cupid’s arrow through this next post about data and measurement. Give it some “love”, so […]

Upload Click and Cost Data to Google Analytics Using Excel or Google Docs Files

Update 1/23/2012 – As the commenters have pointed out you will need to delete the analytics.dat file from the program download in order to authenticate successfully.  Will update blog post/files soon. Update 1/24/2012 – Link to github – https://github.com/CharlesFarina/Google-Analytics-Cost-Data-Upload–Python- As the year closes, I wanted to make you aware of a feature in Google Analytics that […]

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