How do you think people get to your website? Well, you know people often use links and bookmarks to get around the internet –so you can use the Direct Traffic report in Google Analytics to find out just how many people are using bookmarks or directly typing your URL in their browsers.
Google Analytics – Free Service to Analyze Online Traffic
If you own a website and are eager to succeed in building an online presence it’s crucial to understand your traffic statistics. What are visitors doing when they visit? How do they enter you’re site, how long are they staying and where do they go when they leave? All these questions can be answered by using the free program Google Analytics. Discover many different articles covering how to start using Google Analytics, information about its features, and tips and tricks for Google Analytics to improve your web site’s traffic.
Thinking about using Google Analytics? First read up on how to get started with Analytics which covers the initial registration, and tells you what information you’ll need to open a Google Analytics account.
Already using Google Analytics? Then maybe you wish you had more control over what is tracked and reported to you. With Analytics, you can learn how to use Analytics’ User Defined options that can be setup with a quick line of code.
With all the good stuff you’ve learned about your visitors through this series, how could you need something else? Well, we all do, and that’s why Google has a report for you called “User Defined” which means you control the information you track in that report. Sounds great, right? Keep reading!