10 reasons to use Google Analytics

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Till now, the word has spread about Google's new service - Google Analytics. To start with, it is a tool to monitor the visitors to a website. Here are 10 reasons as to why use Google Analytics......

  1. It is the best tool to count the number of visitors to the website. It gives the most accurate count for the same, while other hit counters count even the number of webmaster visits.

  2. The tools gives you detailed information on the traffic sources. Sources are classified in a great manner.

  3. Visitors are classified into various groups. One such group is Unique visitors. Thanks to this classification, one can easily estimate how many different users visited your site.

  4. The dashboard consists of an array of flash objects. Just one glance and you know what's the status.

  5. It also tracks the geographical location of the visitors. For instance, if there are more number of visitors from the UK, then you know that you have to give more attention to the British crowd.

  6. A list of keywords is displayed using which the crowd followed your site. This plays a major role in SEO.

  7. An option which I consider as important is Goal conversion rate. You can set up various goals and keep a good track of them.

  8. With a single account, you can monitor various websites. This is one of the best features of Analytics.

  9. Do you have a Google AdWords account? If yes, then you integrate it with Analytics for better results.

  10. With the detailed graphs, pie diagrams, and the detailed information which they provide is enough to make you understand what to do next.

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5 Responses:

Crystal on September 30, 2007 at 11:11 PM

Nice list, I think I'll try it out. I use statcounter but they have a 500 visitor limit for statistics.

KiNg on October 1, 2007 at 6:35 AM

I've been using for quite sometime. I find it really helpful, especially after combining adwords with it.

Mano on October 1, 2007 at 12:15 PM

I'm new to this service and I'm finding it difficult to understand some terminologies.

Anonymous on October 3, 2007 at 9:53 PM

how can you say that it is accurate?