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Refining Bounce Rates Through Timeouts

Some weeks back we stumbled upon an interesting post from the Google Analytics team discussing a simple event that would modify your bounce rates. The event institutes a 15 second timer that at its end will invalidate a visitor as being seen as a ‘bounce’. A simpler explanation: if you’re on the site for more…

Refining Bounce Rates Through Timeouts

Some weeks back we stumbled upon an interesting post from the Google Analytics team discussing a simple event that would modify your bounce rates. The event institutes a 15 second timer that at its end will invalidate a visitor as being seen as a ‘bounce’. A simpler explanation: if you’re on the site for more…

Google Analytics and Social Interaction Part II

In Google Analytics and Social Interaction Part 1, we looked at methods of recording how often people on our sites share content from that site with their networks in social media.  But how do we measure incoming traffic from these social networks? Measuring Incoming Traffic With Google Analytics The Campaigns tracking tool in Google Analytics provides…

Google Analytics and Social Interaction Part 1:

Google Analytics now provides a set of reports for tracking social interaction with a website’s content. This new metric will measure how often users use social share buttons – for example, a Facebook Like, and Google +1, a LinkedIn share, or a tweet. This information can be used to analyze how your users share information…

Google Analytics and Social Interaction Part 1:

Google Analytics now provides a set of reports for tracking social interaction with a website’s content. This new metric will measure how often users use social share buttons – for example, a Facebook Like, and Google +1, a LinkedIn share, or a tweet. This information can be used to analyze how your users share information…