Google Analytics 7 New Features

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Google Analytics 7 New Features

Today, I got a mail from Google Analytics with an annoucement that they’ve added 7 more rich features in Google Analytics. With these features users will be able to get quicker insights, create deeper customizations, do more advanced analysis and track more mobile marketing! These features are rolled out on every server.

Probably, you’ll be already aware of 1 or 2 features. Check out the features details:

Custom Alerts: As the subpart of “Intelligence” tab, custom alerts monitors data patterns over daily, weekly and monthly periods. Significant changes in data trends and insights you may not have noticed are surfaced directly in your account. You can create your own Custom Alerts that monitor your selection of dimensions and metrics that can be sent by email or displayed in the Intelligence reports.

Expanded Goals – 20 Goals Per profile: Now you can track even more conversions by creating up to 20 goals per profile. Measure user engagement and branding success on the site with Time on Site and Pages per Visit goals.

Expanded Mobile Reporting: Google Analytics has expanded support for mobile websites and tracking for iPhone & Android mobile applications tracking. Adding server side code to your PHP, JSP, PERL, or ASPX mobile websites enables you to track non-Java-Script enabled phones. You’ll also be able to see breakout data on mobile devices and carriers in the new Mobile reports in the Visitors section.

Unique Visitors Metric: Now you know the exact number of unique visitors in your Custom Report or Advanced Segments. You can select Unique Visitors as a metric against any dimensions in Google Analytics.

Advanced Analysis Features: Dive deeper into your data with Pivoting, Secondary Dimensions, and Advanced Table Filtering features. These combined features enable you to perform in-depth, on the fly data analysis within your account.

Share Advanced Segments and Custom Report Templates: Share the URL link for an Advanced Segment or Custom Report with anyone who has an Analytics account. Wow! Cool feature. Sharing the link will automatically import the pre-formatted template into the person’s account. Ability to share or hide your Advanced Segments and Custom Reports by profile is also available.

Multiple Custom Variables: Custom variables provide the power and flexibility to customize Google Analytics to collect the unique site usage data most important to your business. Define and track visitors according to visitor attributes (member vs. non-member), session attributes (signed in or signed out), and by page-level attributes (viewed Sports section). Use custom variables to classify any number of interactions and behaviors on your site.

Try all these features and let me know your views. Remember, you can post your queries as well…. All the best!

Ankush Kohli

I'm the Founder of eMarketinGuide. Blogger, Digital Marketer & Google Analytics Certified Professional. You can Follow me on @Twitter, and Like on Facebook FanPage, Google+.

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  3. frenchsprite says:

    Doing some web surfing and noticed your blog looks a bit messed up in my K-meleon browser. But luckily hardly anyone uses it anymore but you might want to look into it.

  4. frenchsprite says:

    Doing some web surfing and noticed your blog looks a bit messed up in my K-meleon browser. But luckily hardly anyone uses it anymore but you might want to look into it.

  5. Ankush Kohli says:

    Hi Frenchsprite,

    I really appreciate that you’ve given your time to inform me, however I’ve cross checked on K-Meleon 1.1.4 & K-Meleon 1.5.0 versions. In both cases, my site is opening fine. Here’s the snapshot of both:
    http://emarketinguide.com/images/K-Meleon_1_1_4_Windows_2000.png
    http://emarketinguide.com/images/K-Meleon_1_5_0_Windows_XP.png

    Can you tell me the combos (OS + Browser) of yours so that I can rectify the errors & please all the users like you….

  6. Ankush Kohli says:

    Hi Frenchsprite,

    I really appreciate that you’ve given your time to inform me, however I’ve cross checked on K-Meleon 1.1.4 & K-Meleon 1.5.0 versions. In both cases, my site is opening fine. Here’s the snapshot of both:
    http://emarketinguide.com/images/K-Meleon_1_1_4_Windows_2000.png
    http://emarketinguide.com/images/K-Meleon_1_5_0_Windows_XP.png

    Can you tell me the combos (OS + Browser) of yours so that I can rectify the errors & please all the users like you….

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