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NCC [PersonRank 0]

Wednesday, June 13, 2007
12 years ago4,080 views

And why can't we see specific referrals from specific visitors in Analytics? Sitemeter provides the specific details of each one of the past (100 for the free edition) visitors, including referral, and I can't seem to find a similar feature in Analytics. One can find a general referral "trend", but not the specifics of the past visitors.

TheRaveN 2.0 [PersonRank 1]

12 years ago #

What is Gigya?
Gmail knows:


theravenseo.googlepages.com/Gi ...

(Original screenshot, no Photoshop etc).

TheRaveN 2.0 [PersonRank 1]

12 years ago #

Sorry, Can you drop the last one? Wrong place & time...

TheRaveN 2.0 :-)

Rob O. [PersonRank 1]

12 years ago #

Just keeps getting better and better. I could while away an hour in a setting just pouring over the wealth of info that's available with Google Analytics.

Heather Paquinas [PersonRank 2]

12 years ago #

Google Analytics gives a person information indigestion. I like the new generation of analytics-similar tools like clicky, hittail and 103bees.

Heather Paquinas [PersonRank 2]

12 years ago #

One more thing, google.com/analytics/home/ gives me the "Security Error: Domain Name Mismatch" that mail.yahoo.com/ gives me.

google.com/analytics/home/ works better.

alek [PersonRank 10]

12 years ago #

So if you click on the GA link, is the referrer passed so the original referring page now has *that* link to click on in it's GA page ... and so on, and so on! ;-)

Rohit Srivastwa [PersonRank 10]

12 years ago #

Somehow I cant see all the referrals and/or results
many time i know someone visited(in few cases myself) but don't see its results in analytics

So is it some random values picked up???
Thats not complete analysis of site visits....

Tadeusz Szewczyk [PersonRank 10]

12 years ago #

Small change but great effect. One annoyance less in a almost perfect free webware.

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