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Is there a way using Google Analytics to track outbound links?

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Google track outbound links automatically or you can do it manually tooo...

Refer to these tutorials

1. Automatically - http://www.nuff-respec.com/technology/google-track-outbound-links-automatically

2. Manually - http://www.google.com/support/googleanalytics/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=55527

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Mohan

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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Google Analytics Help


Hi Bryce Rae,You are talking about analytic s code for analysis of website, looks like UA-23462338-1.Actually some of the blog sitesprovide facility to put analytic code for web site to monitor traffic. Butyour website is hosted by some service provider. I am not sure how you aremanaging your website, you are doing this yourself or you hired someone.There are two ways to addtracking code in to a website you should read that article- Adding thetracking code (traditional) . (http://www.google.com/support/analytics/bin/answer.py?answer=55488)Because in blogs its new and modernway to add code just put in section of analytic code (Already have place forcode).Its all the game of HTML. (BEFORE YOU BEGIN: To set up tracking, you need to have access to the sourcecode for your website. If you're already tracking your website using an oldertracking snippet, remove that snippet from each page before you add the newone. If you have customizations you want to add back to your pages after youadd the new snippet, you can use a text or HTML editor to open and save a copyof each file. (Looking for the traditional snippet? )I thought you will be successful intracking your traffics. If problem will persist then write problem in brief.

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How do i fix broken links when trying to search on the internet


You can't fix broken links. You can however contact the site owner and inform them of the broken link so they can fix it.

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Where in the HTML do I paste the Google Analytics tracking code? I pasted it just before the '[/body]' tag at the end of the template, but the status on the overview page is "Tracking Unknown". I use...


It'll take 24 to 48 hours for google to start receiving Analytics data from your blogger.com
If you cant wait 24 hours for Google to find it by itself? Follow the steps below to fix it, but please make sure the tracking is already installed correctly like in the image below, before proceeding at all! (Paste the code above body tag) d4b4322.jpg

1)Sign in to Google Analytics and select your site. 2)Find 'Edit' on the end of the bar: 66bfd3e.jpg
3) At the top of the page, on the same line as 'Profile Settings', you'll find something that says 'Tracking Unknown ( Check Status )' e569def.jpg
4)Simply click 'Check Status'; if your tracking javascript is installed, Tracking Status: will turn into something like "Loading" and after a while, it will be successfully tracked!
If not, check your code in blogger.com and try repasting it.

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Twitter on Google Analytics


Hi,

Check the link below

http://www.epikone.com/blog/2008/09/02/tracking-twitter/

Copy and paste in your browser and press enter.


This would help you the procedure to track.

Thanks for using "Fixya".

May 20, 2009 | Google Analytics

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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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Google can only track visits from browsers that support JAVA

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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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Mohan

Oct 05, 2008 | Google Analytics

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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.

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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...

Thanks
Mohan

Sep 15, 2008 | Google Analytics

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