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Google analytics filter setup

How do I set up the google analytics filter and what are my options?

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On you analytics setting page click on edit next to the profile you want to do the filtering, on the bottom you'll see "Filters Applied to Profile" just click on "add filter" and follow the steps.

Here is a page from Google Analytics help about this subject -

https://www.google.com/support/googleanalytics/bin/answer.py?answer=55593

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Dates module don't work in Google Analytics - Fast Solution!


A few days ago the date module in Google Analytics didn't work, and since I consider myself an expert in Google analytic, it was really frustrating that I couldn't solve this problem.

First I tried it in all browsers Firefox, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome all had the same problem.

Then I tried removing cookies, cache and even uninstalling and reinstalling Firefox and Flash.

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In the end I found out that the date in my computer was wrong.
I set it back to the correct date an the date module was back!

Very simple solution just make sure that your date is set correctly in your computer, for some reason the date module depend on it...

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Google analytics mobile devices


Analytics Settings -> Filter Manager -> + Add Filter
Name Filter "Mobile Devices" Then include the "Visitor Operating System Platform"
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Set Goals on Google Analytics


You can refer this clear and detailed tutorial provided by google.

http://www.google.com/support/googleanalytics/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=55515

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Google Analytics Results


Dont worry about that..

Insert the google analytics code in all pages and track it.

Dont depend on others... See i use analytics, sitemeter from sitemeter.com and stats from histats.com

but after some days i removed histats becoz it is showing more than is and up to my knowledge

analytics and sitemeter are accurate.

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Real Time Statistic


Today Google analytics is updated every 2 hours there are paid programs that can give you real time statistics.

Sep 15, 2008 | Google Analytics

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Google Analytics Accuracy


No its accurate only but u should insert the code in all pages.

You can do one more thing..let google analytics code be there in all pages and add some other tracking code also in all pages and check it..

You can use sitemeter.com or histats.com etc for free site meters...

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How to set Goals in Google Analytics


In order to set google analytics goals you have to be the account admin and the click on "Analytics Settings" then click on "edit" and then you'll see "Conversion Goals and Funnel".
Next to each goal there is "edit" click on it and follow the steps.

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Google analytics code


First of all make sure that you have the code right before the </body> tag in your page, then on your analytic profile settings you will see on the Status column if you are receiving traffic or not, usually it will show in a couple of hours but sometime it takes 24 hours.

If after 24 hours you are still not receiving any data there might be something wrong with your code.

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