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As much as this idea is interesting, I'd have to say no. The reason is because we have to look at every device in existence, and since desktops are still in use today, one could still have a very old computer and use the old-fashioned lynx web browser to browse web pages, and I'm pretty sure in that browser you'll have a hard time detecting mouse movements. ...
Currently, there are several competing websites that give you traffic estimation. Let me add to the answer from Simon Hayter: Alexa (already mentioned) - Stack Overflow (NEW) Rank2Traffic (based on Alexa) - Stack Overflow Compete Pro (already mentioned) - Stack Overflow Quantcast (already mentioned, and the data is confirmed!) Stack Overflow (NEW) Similar ...
The difference between Alexa, Google Analytics, Quantcast and Compete website statistics is huge! Alexa, Quantcast and Compete are estimation services. Mostly, they do not know exact numbers, but they collect statistics and give you the traffic estimation. Google analytics lets you get detailed statistics about YOUR site. But it will not let you snoop at ...
As they are separate properties, I don't think this is possible within GA. What I would do, it combine the CSV files for all of the different properties into one location. (Excel etc). You could even set up automatic emails to send you this report from all of the properties to save you some of the leg work.
Since OP is not clear on storage vs transfer: For storage (not transfer) the UsageValue is provided in byte-hours, per Davin@AWS here: https://forums.aws.amazon.com/message.jspa?messageID=499351#499351 billing is on a byte-hour basis so then divide the total value by 1024*1024*1024 (GB) * 24 (hrs) This was the most succinct answer I have found for ...
I found out this is called Multi-Channel Funnels and is already inside Google analytics under Conversions tab.
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