A lot of us are used to tracking our website’s traffic and, increasingly, the metrics we’re using to monitor them.
But what about how they are used?
How does Google measure their effectiveness?
This post will take you through the basics of Google Analytics and give you a good overview of how to use them to track and measure your website’s website traffic.
It will also cover some of the important points that make Google Analytics the perfect tool for web marketing.
We’ll be looking at the data that Google collects for each of the websites you create, and how it is used to help you improve your website.
This is a good place to start, because if you’re not using Google Analytics you’ll miss out on a lot of the benefits of using a good analytics platform.
This post is part of the Google Analytics: Get to Know and Use a Google Analytics Developer’s Guide series.
This guide is intended to be used by developers who want to know how to set up Google Analytics.
If you’ve used Google Analytics already, you’ll already be familiar with the basics.
You’ll also see some useful tools to help with site optimization.
In this guide, you can see how to get started with Google Analytics, as well as learn about the different metrics Google collects.
If you’d like to learn more about how Google measures and analyses web traffic, then read our comprehensive guide on how to do that.
If that’s not enough, we’ll also walk you through a few more steps to help optimize your site.