Posts Tagged ‘Google analytics’

Top IBM Blogs for 2017

The year is winding down and we want to look back at the year that was, from advancements in cloud and the Internet of Things (IoT) to the increased awareness around artificial intelligence. The following are the top 10 blogs our writers penned in the past year. Check them out: #1 – Think Pink: The […]

Circumventing Apple’s New iOS Safari 11 Tracking Changes

Apple dropped a bomb on search engine marketing teams recently with the announcement of their Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) for the iOS 11 update. Apple is changing how third-party cookies are now handled on mobile Safari, essentially disallowing third-party cookie targeting after just one day. This significantly (and negatively) affects the ability to target iOS […]

How to Access Google Analytics API from IBM Integration Bus

In my current engagement, one of the projects required integration between Google Analytics (GA) and IBM Integration Bus (IIB). Google Analytics is built upon a powerful data reporting infrastructure which can be accessed using the Google Analytics Reporting API (V4 is the most current). Google APIs use OAuth 2.0 protocol for authentication and authorization. In this […]

Integrate Google Analytics to IBM Integration Bus

Google Analytics is web analytics tool which has advanced modes of capturing statistical data of applications. While IIB dominates the middleware world with its robust integration capabilities, this blog provides an approach to utilize the REST services of the Google Analytics API to consume various reports containing various metrics of the native applications. The metrics […]

Optimize and Analyze with Google Optimize 360

Test. Adapt. Personalize.  With the recent announcement of the Google Analytics 360 Suite, Google promises easy-to-use experimentation with Google Optimize 360. Aimed to help optimize and personalize customer experiences from device to device, this product could very well be the game-changer we have all been waiting for.  When combined with the rest of the 360 Suite, […]

Web analytics and Enterprise data…

I was looking at the market share of  Google Analytics (GA) and it is definitely on the rise. So I was curious to see the capabilities and what this tool can do. Of course it is a great campaign management tool. It’s been a while since I worked on campaign management. I wanted to know […]

Linking Google Webmaster Tools to Google Analytics

When browsing through your Google Analytics account, you might have noticed that the Search Engine Optimization Queries report under Traffic Sources does not show any data:

Problem/Solution: Site search without a query string

Today’s problem/solution asks the question how do you use Google Analytics’ site search reports when there is now query string pattern in the url? First off you need administrator level access for access to these settings. The complete path looks like this: Admin > {select account} > {select profile} > {select property} > Profile Settings […]

5 Advanced Google Analytics Tips

Earlier this month, I wrote about seven Google Analytics basics to help you understand your website’s performance better. Today, I want to go over five advanced Google Analytics tips to take your website analysis to the next level.

Problem\Solution: Tracking non-websites with web analytics

I’d like to introduce a new post style series to you that I think might be helpful. In this ongoing Problem\Solution series I plan on posing a question in which I did not know the answer. After performing a bit of research I come to a solution in which I share with you. I’m a […]

Problem\Solution: Tracking non-websites with web analytics

I’d like to introduce a new post style series to you that I think might be helpful. In this ongoing Problem\Solution series I plan on posing a question in which I did not know the answer. After performing a bit of research I come to a solution in which I share with you. I’m a […]

Universal Analytics is universally awesome!

Last October Google announced their next evolution in what is now known as Google Analytics.  Google is currently in beta for a product they are calling Universal Analytics.  The name chosen for this product is quite prophetic.  With UA and the new measurement protocols and collection APIs, you can now measure just about anything and […]

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