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    google analytics is so interesting

    There are so many amazing features of the new google analytics, have you tried the clickable heat map? It takes you down to a report where you see a spread sheet of all 50 States that shows AVG time on site & AVG pageviews.



    For the nerd Delaware is the worst state: 1.19 pv 6 seconds TOS

    Disctrict of Columbia stays on the site the longest: 4+ minutes

    Rhode Island is the most click happy: 4.34 Avg pageviews

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    analytics...math...numbers...you're such a nerd.

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    I guess I'm not nerdy enough. How do I find this "heat map"?

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    on the main screen, you see where it says "Map overlay" with a map various shades of green? Mouse over it and click the country of your choice for a more granular breakdown. Then click again and again for more granular still.

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    yeah, it shows a zoomed In map till City Level..

    e.g.
    World>> Continent Detail (America)>> Region Detail: (Northern America)>> Country Detail: (United States)>> State Detail: (California)>>City (Log Angeles)
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    That is too cool! I'm checking it out now for one of my sites.

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    I haven't actually checked that out. Of course, I still haven't figured out everything in Google Analytics. We just started using it about 6 or 7 months ago. I will check it out next time I log in to my account.

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    google anlaytic is good. u can use statcounter.com

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    can you explain, why you prefer Statcounter.com?
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    Honestly... I am highly skeptical of handing over my websites statistical data over to the biggest data corporation of our time...

    Don't you think they know enough about you already? Do you really need to relinquish your last ounce of privacy for a nifty heat map?

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