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What’s Next for Google Analytics?

13 November 2012 BY

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We do a lot of conference blogging as you might know. We usually do write ups of sessions. But Brian Clifton found a different way of covering a conference, via an infographic, which you can find below.

What’s even more interesting than the format is the content, because Brian looks at the future of Google Analytics through the eyes of the GA Summit in Mountain View this month. And Brian, who worked with Google on Google Analytics knows what’s important and what’s not. Universal Analytics, Online & Offline tracking, Attribution modelling, data import and the user interface are topics that come by.

via Brian Clifton

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Bas van den Beld is a speaker, trainer and online marketing strategist. Bas is the founder of Stateofdigital.com. -- You can hire Bas to speak, train or consult.
  • http://www.survicam.com/blog Jens Buch

    This is game-changing and a no-brainer for anyone to implement, yet to get ‘traditional’ SMEs (which are the majority of my clients) to buy into this will require quite some work.

  • http://socialmedianerd.se/per-pettersson/ Per Pettersson

    A nice infographic by Brian and Per Axbom. Brian always keeps us up to date with the development of Google Analytics.

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Nice job, you found it!

Now, go try out the 12th one:

Use Google Translate to bypass a paywall...

Ran into a page you can't read because it is blocked or paywalled? Here's a quick trick (doesn't always work, but often does!):

Type the page into Google translate (replace the example with the page you want):

http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=ja&tl=en&u=http://example.com/

How about that!?

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