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Google Analytics is a free web analytics solution provided by Google, featuring several client-side APIs, as well as REST APIs for Data Export and for Management.

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Have you tried using the recommendation for POST-based search? Basically you have the analytics code on the results page "lie" to GA and send a virtual pageview with your /search?q=keyword URL. You're …
answered Sep 10 '12 by Su'
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Instructions for doing this are buried in seemingly-unrelated documentation for merging Apps accounts. Give that a shot. I'll leave the specifics over there, as it may change at some point, but the ov …
answered Jan 3 '13 by Su'
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These variables can be used to tracking specific bits of information that GA wouldn't call out on its own, such as how many people click a live help link on a site(mentioned in that post). Seeing a s …
answered Apr 28 '12 by Su'
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It's not a direct answer, but one way you might find out what other sites are on the same Analytics account is to use a reverse lookup. Assuming multiples (since this seems like a client situation, th …
answered Aug 3 '12 by Su'
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Have you switched to the new GA interface? This appears to be a known bug, according to a response here and in a bunch of other threads I've run across, going back at least as far as April. You might …
answered Sep 3 '11 by Su'
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I just checked, using the new (beta) real-time feature in Google Analytics, opening a site I manage in two tabs within a single browser, and: No. It does register the multiple page loads, but only one …
answered Nov 7 '11 by Su'
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China pretty much blocked Google wholesale during a Communist Party congress. There are reports things are back to normal now. I haven't seen a comprehensive list of what services were blocked(many s …
answered Nov 11 '12 by Su'
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On that same screen, above the graph on the right, look for Advanced Segments. Click the drop-down widget next to it. In the resulting box, there's a "Default Segments" column, with a "New Visitors" …
answered Sep 20 '11 by Su'
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As long as the code runs, Google won't care whether it's in-line or not.
answered Feb 17 '11 by Su'
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[This started as a comment since it's obviously not a proper answer, but got a bit overgrown.] It's a semi-random stab(I've never had to set one of these up), but did you check that Rubular's output i …
answered Jul 13 '12 by Su'
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Here's Matt Cutts on the Google Webmaster Help YouTube channel. "And the one word answer was: no."
answered Apr 12 '11 by Su'
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At least around May/June 2010 the answer was no: Webspam does not use Google Analytics. And a while ago I went and checked and search quality in general, does not use Google Analytics in ranking. …
answered May 6 '13 by Su'
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This was only announced a couple of days ago; stats are being rolled out incrementally. (You should read through the comments there for some further notes.) You may need to also implement the _trackSo …
answered Mar 22 '12 by Su'
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If you want to go the build-it-yourself route, here's the documentation for the Analytics data export API.
answered Feb 18 '11 by Su'
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I don't think I've ever seen an official listing of versions, so you'll have to piece things together a little. For your immediate question, there's a page in the Safari Web Content Guide that uses t …
answered Jan 12 '12 by Su'