You may remember a couple of months ago we took a look at Google Analytics and went through an overview of what it can do, as well as how to get it set up. For a refresher course on this please visit the original post here..Using Google Analytics to track and Analyze your Blogsite .
Monday, February 26, 2007
Once you have been tracking your site for a couple of months a range of very useful data is accumulated with all manner of information about your visitors, referrals, search terms etc. One section that I find very useful is the web design parameters section where by looking at a number of different areas of your visitors specs and hardware of their PC's you can make informed decisions about the design of your site.
Screen Resolution - Alot of sites these days are still optimized for 800 x 600 screen resolution (like this one!) however according to my statistics over the last couple of months you will see that the majority of this sites visitors have a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 and that not even 10 percent of the visitors to this site have the screen resolution that it is designed primarily for!
This is of course powerful information that allows you to confidently make informed and important decisions without the fear of uncertainty.
Over the next couple of days we will be preparing our post showing the growth of the exponential experiment that began at the beginning of October 2006. 5 Months have gone by (this counts all our online earnings not just from our million dollar experiment down under) and we will be doing a full report on the progress to date. Until then - take it easy.
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