Showing posts with label Google Analytics. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Google Analytics. Show all posts

Monday, December 3, 2012

How to check Google Authorship Analytics in Google+

Previously available in Google Webmaster tools, Author Stats is being tested within Google+. This is how Google Authorship works - when you do a search in Google, you see some results with a photo attached along with the name of the Author. This is called Google Authorship and a few lines of code can get this done for you. Especially if you have a site or blog online and want to add your name and photo to each result that shows up on Google - this is something you need to get done. So once you have added Google Authorship to your posts, you can check out detailed analytics by using Google's webmaster tools. Google however have announced that they have begun testing Author stats and analytics in Google+. So if you are a verified author of a blog or website, you can soon check how many people clicked on your article and reached your page right from within Google+.

Google Authorship Analytics in Google+

This feature is currently being tested and has been rolled out to a few select users. So how will you know when the feature has been rolled out to your profile. You will see a link at the bottom of your Google+ profile called 'Authorship Analytics'. Once this link is available you can check out your detailed analytics from within Google+. You can also try this link to check and see if the feature has been enabled for you - So keep checking to see if this useful feature is made available in your profile. Image via Danny Sullivan.

Friday, September 30, 2011

Google Analytics has gone real-time get early access now

Google Analytics the ever popular website and blog tracking tool has now gone real time. For those of us using Google Analytics it is a known fact that your site analytics would update every 3-4 hours. With this new feature release things are set to change. You can now track your site visitors in real-time and there are 3 main metrics that are being used. You can see where your visitors are coming from, how they found your site and what they're reading on your site. With this new data you can keep a track of your site and visitors and if there are an spikes in traffic you can see it instantly. 

Another important feature of real-time site analytics is that when you share something on Twitter or Facebook  or Google+ you can jump straight back in to your analytics dashboard and check the response to what you share. This way you can also measure the impact of your traffic in relation to links that you share. The possibilities are limitless and you can request for early access here

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