Google Analytics

The Google Stack…where is it going to end?

Googler’s have a new buzz word at the moment! Gone are the days where Google reps couldn’t say 3 words without mentioning either ‘You Tube’ or ‘Mobile’…no thats so 2012…now its all about ‘The Google Stack.’

Now the first question you may ask is…what the hell is The Google Stack?

Well let us explain…

This is Google’s […]

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Google Analytics User Managers: Who really has access to your Google Analytics data?

Something the BlackHatters were discussing the other day was the amount of Google Analytics accounts that we have access too.

What are we talking about?

The fact that having worked in Search Marketing for many years now, we’ve had access to many different clients Google Analytics accounts.

So what?

The interesting point is that we’ve worked for many […]

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Tracking Mobile Through Google Analytics

We saw this recently and thought it was worth mentioning. Google Analytics has recently been updated to allow you to track calls through a website.

This is a very easy way for a site without an an online checkout to make money through a call centre…or even just for those enterpreneurs who have started a […]

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Browser Add-On to Block Google Analytics

Following on from our earlier article relating to ‘Google Analytics Ban in Germany?’ – we thought we’d share with you a handy little add-on which allows you to block Google Analytics from tracking you.

The add-on is called ‘OptimizeGoogle’ and you can download the link here…

A way of keeping under the radar when visiting websites.

Brought […]

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Google Analytics Banned in Germany?

We’ve been speaking with our German friends recently about the never ending cookie debate and the proposed ban on cookie’s being dropped by websites when they are not disclosing this to users, as it is an invasion of users privacy.

This cookie debate has been around for a while and cookies were banned for affiliates […]

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Google Analytics Workaround

 There is a work around to export more than 500 rows of Data from Google Analytics.

View the required data, and add “&limit=<number>” to the end of the URL.

 Hit Enter to reload the Report.
You will not notice any change to the User Interface – however, you will notice the change when you export the CSV. 
Then, […]

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