Tag: analytics

Why I removed Google Analytics from my website

UPDATE: As of Dec 3, 2016 I have temporarily reinstalled Google Analytics to track visits to the chapters of my book. My opinions below have not changed. Since the day I learned how to set up and install Google Analytics I have added it to every website, every custom landing page, every microsite. I never… Read more »

Beware of Buffer’s analytics

It took recent tweets via Buffer for me to realize that the analytics for click-thrus are not specific to my tweeted link: they are pulling from the aggregate of all shares using that same shortened link. For those of you that don’t know, the buff.ly links in Buffer are masking the bit.ly links. When you… Read more »