A life without Google Analytics

A life without Google Analytics Avatar Posted by sigbjorn under Products and Services
From http://www.businessandfaith.eu 1474 days ago
Made Hot by: problogger78 on February 18, 2013 6:18 pm
Google Analytics is like drugs, very addictive. But what would life be without it? What would you do if you never got information about how many visit your blog? Read and be challenged!





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Written by tiroberts
1471 days ago

Great post, Siggi. I'm am totally addicted to checking my stats. I could never see myself going more a than a couple of days without checking it at least once. Even though I don't fully understand the intricate in's and out's of it, I at least have to see how many pageviews I've gotten. Lol.

Ti



Written by sigbjorn
1470 days ago

It is really hard without it. To me the most addictive part is the real-time statistics. I love watching how it influences the amount of visitors as I share a post on Twitter, Facebook or even Bizsugar. But, it is important to keep the balance... Thanks a lot for the comment!



Written by bigmoneyweb
1474 days ago

Google Analytics is like a drug indeed, I do check mine every single day and I can't stay without checking what is going on with my site.



Written by sigbjorn
1473 days ago

I know and that is exactly what I feel as well... therefore it was very interesting to try to not use it for some days :)



Written by Arbaz666
1474 days ago

A life without Google Analytics !!! Are you kidding ??

It's not at all possible. At least not for me :)



Written by sigbjorn
1472 days ago

Hehe, I totally understand you and have the same feeling myself. But I guess that feeling is what made me write the article originally, because I do not really want anything to be impossible for me, so a reason was just to prove to myself that I actually could live without Google Analytics for some days.



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