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Click Admin. Then click the profiles tab. Then click “all website data” Next click “scheduled emails” Now click delete (or modify as you see fit)
Email body is missing, please drop a line. Google Analytics E-mail reporting requires that you enter a body in your e-mail
If you can’t find the option to move my existing projects to a group: Click on ‘Organise Projects’ beneath your list of Projects Then type new group name in the “Move to Group” box and tick the projects you want to include Press submit How to Add your Project to an Existing Group (screenshots) Note: you’ll need at least 4 projects to be able to view and use this feature.
The homepage for statcounter seems to be loading just fine, but the login is not working. Perhaps this has to do with their new beta version of the site going live? In any case, it is annoying. Statcounter seems to have been down for about 3 hours now. Statcounter has now posted a message: The site is currently offline and will be back shortly. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused. -The StatCounter Team.
Google Analytics Benchmarking Newsletter 2011, Volume 1, July 2011 1. Introduction Welcome to the first volume of the Analytics Benchmarking Newsletter! This month, we are replacing the standard “benchmarking” report in your Google Analytics account with data shared in this newsletter. We are using this newsletter as an experiment to surface more useful or interesting data to Analytics users. Data contained here comes from all websites which have opted-in anonymous data sharing with Google Analytics. Only those website administrators which have enabled this anonymous data sharing will receive this “benchmarking” newsletter. You may be wondering, how many websites are in this “anonymous data sharing” pool? Currently, hundreds of thousands, and we’ve endeavored to make all of the metrics here statistically significant. The date range of comparison for this newsletter is from November 1, 2010 – February 1, 2011. Comparison is done with data from November 1, 2009 – February 1, 2010. Absolute metrics such as total # visits, pageviews, or conversions for all opted-in websites are not reported. To simplify the prose, the phrase “websites” will represent “websites which have opted into anonymous data sharing with Google Analytics” for the rest of this newsletter. 2. Site Metrics Compared to a year ago, websites have seen reduced pages / visit, average time on site, as well as bounce rate. 11/1/09 – 2/1/10 11/1/10 – 2/1/11 Difference Pages/Visit 4.9 4.5 -0.4 Bounce Rate 48.2% 47.0% -1.2% Avg Time on Site 5:49 5:23 -0:26 2.1 Breakdown by Geography Our anonymous database has aggregated … Continue reading