26 Nov '12, 1pm

Analytics Tools: Learn What's Really Going on With Your Websites

Every website that needs improvement should have some form of additional analytics installed. Builtwith.com currently reports over 17M websites running Google Analytics. W3Techs estimates a 82.1% market share for GA across the web, so it’s safe to assume that most of you are using GA on your websites. The question is; “Have you enabled Custom Alerts?” Give yourself a pat on the back if you said yes. Otherwise, have a look at the video and see for yourself what possibilities you’re leaving on the table. If you’re wondering what sort of alerts you can create, here’s 55 different custom alerts by Lunametrics to get you started.

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