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If you haven’t tried “Google Analytics” yet you owe it to yourself to check it out right away.
If you have a web site and if you’d like to see who is visiting your site, when, from where (including country and city), how much time they spend on what page, etc. then you need Google Analytics — which is FREE.
You register with Google and place your custom-generated HTML code inside the HEAD section of all the pages you’d like to track. The rest is taken care of by Google.
All reports can be mailed in 4 different formats both to yourself and to anybody else you like on earth.
You can track the traffic of multiple web sites from one single account.
There are some truly very smart people working out there in Google. They continue to amaze me on a weekly basis.
While Microsoft is trying to protect its hold on the IT sector through all kinds of marketing strategies but weak products, Google is letting their products do the talking.