If you've stopped to take a look at the ANR Blog stats lately you may have noticed quite a few changes over the past few weeks. The first change is the graph. We are now using Google's Charting tool to draw charts that are much better to look at than the previous charts.
Another part of the recent changes include the addition of date fields. This allows the entry of start and end date so that the stats between those dates can be retrieved easily.
One of the more difficult updates was to have an "All Blogs" stats view. This shows a summary of all the stats for each Blog. One may drill...
We've had a few questions about how to add the firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail account to your own Google Analytics account so here is a step-by-step tutorial on how to add the account to your Google Analytics.
Step 1) Login
First you will need to login to your Google Analytics account.
Step 2) Selecting an Account
Once logged in this will take you to your Google Analytics Account Home.
Step 3) Select a specific account
In Google Analytics user access to Analytics data is per account. So if you have more than one account you will need to add the user email@example.com to...
The magic word of the day is "Statistics", more specifically Blog Statistics. Yes you heard me right. Blog Statistics! Now your asking me what is this picture of Google Analytics for? I'm glad you asked! Typically we have a program called Smarter Stats for statistics. Unfortunately, for this program will not work properly for the ANR Blogs. So we decided that it would be better to use Google Analytics for gathering stats. Google Analytics is a free, easy, and very powerful website statistics package. The only drawback is you need to go to Google to see your stats. Which really is not that hard at all. So with this in mind we wired the ANR Blogs to work harmoniously with Google Analytics.
So how can you add Google...