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How do website speeds fare up around the world?
Page speed is important to website owners. Not only does a fast website mean better user experience and engagement, it also ranks higher in search. Google takes a look at website speeds around the world.
Is Google beginning to phase out old version of Analytics?
Google appears to be phasing out the old version of Google Analytics. It recently removed the link to old version reporting that once stood prominently amongst the site’s utility links at the top of every page.
Google Analytics used on over 10 million websites
During Google’s Q1 2012 earnings call, Chief Business Officer Nikesh Arora revealed that Google Analytics, Google’s website statistics service, is used on over 10 million websites.
iQ Content’s Laurence Veale on the common analytics mistakes we all make
iQ Content’s Senior UX Designer, Laurence Veale, examines the mistakes users make when reviewing their analytics.
Google Maps will charge some heavy users from 2012
From the beginning of 2012 Google is set to charge websites which make heavy calls to its Google Maps service, the company announced.
Google engineers working on delineating Irish counties on Google Analytics location map
Location reports in Google Analytics will soon delineate Irish counties, replacing the current provincial overview that was introduced in June of this year. This news follows enquiries that we made to Google regarding missing location data for Ireland in Google Analytics last month.
Mystery as Irish province disappears from Google Analytics
While trawling through Google Analytics earlier, as every self-respecting webmaster should, I noticed something slightly odd when viewing location data for Ireland; Connaught is missing. Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo, all gone! This is certainly a mistake on Google’s part, although some have quipped that this may be yet another condition of Ireland’s EU/IMF deal. Selling off Connaught should just about cover Ireland’s debt, right?
German fallout with Google over analytics privacy concerns
Data protection authorities in Germany have ended year-long talks with Google over concerns that they have with the data that Google Analytics gathers on website visitors. According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, German companies may face legal action if they are found to be using the free service from Google.