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Stephen Logan

New Status Dashboard Launched for Google Analytics

27th Sep 2010 News, Industry News Less than a minute to read

Google Analytics has developed a new Status Dashboard that will allow users to keep updated of any problems with the service.

New Status Dashboard Launched for Google Analytics Yi Wang, a representative of the Google Analytics product team, explained to companies employing SEO services that the new application focuses on three main components.

These are data collection, web reports and GData API – which assesses whether Google Analytics APIs are working in the correct manner.

“The Google Analytics Status Dashboard represents an additional layer of transparency that we believe will benefit all Google Analytics users, from Fortune 500 companies to personal websites,” said the expert.

Earlier this month, a live web seminar was hosted by Google to explain the Analytics goals system in an in-depth manner to users of the system.

Among the topics covered were the difference between AdWords conversions and Analytics goals conversions, as well as how return on investment can be tracked in the most efficient manner possible.

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