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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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Is it possible to track Google Analytics on my site, when JavaScript is not available?
asked Jun 13 '11 by user626528
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I had performed steps as described here , 24 hours passed but Analytics site still shows "Tracking Not Installed" status. Ideas?
asked Jun 12 '11 by user626528
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Apparently, It started working. It seems my mistake was in setting site url as the full path, but it was necessary to set site url to "sites.google.com" part only.
answered Jun 13 '11 by user626528
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How can I view search queries/impressions/clicks for a single selected page only?
asked Sep 27 '15 by user626528
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I want to monitor long-term stats for my site's Google search results (keywords, average positions). Google Analytics site shows results for the last 90 days only the same limitation for Google We …
asked Mar 26 '16 by user626528
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Last months I have lots of referrer spammers in my GA statistics. Their count is ~10x higher than count of legit visitors (my site is not very popular yet). I've turned on an option to hide known spam …
asked Jan 10 '15 by user626528
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I've retrieved search statistics of my website using Google Analytics API, and the results look quite strange. Groups named "(not set)" and "(not provided)" make up more than 99% of all search hits, a …
asked Jul 19 '16 by user626528