Posts Tagged ‘Analytics’

Do you know how long have to wait the visitors so that loading the pages of your web site when they browse it at the time?

The speed of the site is a very important measure affecting much experience that visitors receive on their website. And if the site loaded slowly that negatively affect all its traffic and conversion measures. Without knowing the speed of loading of your pages you may be unaware of some serious barriers that users face on its web site and this could be damaging the income and benefits of your site.

To help all the webmasters Google has added monitoring of the speed of the site (“Site Speed”) to Google Analytics. This allows you to see the speed of all your pages so that you can then use this information to optimize the slow pages and improve the experience of users of its web site. The tool is based on specifications of the W3C “Navigation Timing” and therefore represents the time between clicking on a link and the full burden of the next page in the browser.

There are three important things you need to know (that really nobody explains) about how it works Site Speed:

Monitoring of the site speed only works with visitors with the latest versions of browsers that have Navigation Timing functionality, and also in the older browsers that have the Google Toolbar. This means that a part of your traffic will not participate, at least for the moment.Even for browsers that function, this function will only continue to (more…)

Best of the web is that it offers an incomparable level of monitoring of everything that happens on your site. To do so you must use one of the many solutions available in Web Analytics. The most popular of which is the free tool Google Analytics. After you have installed on your web site you can know how many people have visited your site, the frequency with which returned the content consumed during these visits, how they found your site, how many visits have been “converted” (bought some of his web site, he pointed to a newsletter or commented on a post on the blog) and much more. This information will allow you to see if the time spent developing your web site gives you the result you expect.

To install Google Analytics tracking on your site, I will have to:

Go to http://www.google.com/intl/es/analytics/ and click “Register now” “Log in with your Google account”, or create an if still tienePulsar “Register”, enter the URL of your web site and click “Continue” to enter your contact information, click “Continue” and then “Create an account” you will receive (more…)