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  1. isedb.com on October 16, 2007 at 4:39 00 pm CDT

    Meta Me: My Lifestream Through Google Analytics – Internet Marketing Blog

    Google should integrate their Analytics service into all of their products and services so their users can get a comprehensive view of their own meta data.



  2. isedb.com on October 16, 2007 at 9:39 50 am CDT

    Meta Me: My Lifestream Through Google Analytics – Internet Marketing Blog

    Google should integrate their Analytics service into all of their products and services so their users can get a comprehensive view of their own meta data.



  3. See-ming Lee on October 16, 2007 at 9:57 00 pm CDT

    I like this.

    1. I absolutely agree that it would be awesome if Google Analytics can track all the other services as well.

    2. In particular, I find it rather screwy that I can’t even install Google Analytics on Google Partnerpages, a Google product–whassup with that!

    3. I would also like an aggravated panel of Google Analytics on all my sites–so I don’t have to keep toggling to different pages to look at how all my sites are doing (I now have 11 sites that I’m tracking through Analytics)

    4. I have a feeling that the reason that they don’t have a product right now for this is because most of these social networking site want you to keep on logging onto the site so they can keep visitor trail.

    For example, I find myself visiting Flickr on a daily basis to track my comment trail as well as the popular / interesting photo pages.

    But paging sucks, so I started using my Wiki (SML Wiki: SML Flickr) to track them.

    5. I use Tumblr but haven’t checked out Jaiku yet so thanks!

    Cheers,
    See-ming



  4. See-ming Lee on October 16, 2007 at 2:57 48 pm CDT

    I like this.

    1. I absolutely agree that it would be awesome if Google Analytics can track all the other services as well.

    2. In particular, I find it rather screwy that I can’t even install Google Analytics on Google Partnerpages, a Google product–whassup with that!

    3. I would also like an aggravated panel of Google Analytics on all my sites–so I don’t have to keep toggling to different pages to look at how all my sites are doing (I now have 11 sites that I’m tracking through Analytics)

    4. I have a feeling that the reason that they don’t have a product right now for this is because most of these social networking site want you to keep on logging onto the site so they can keep visitor trail.

    For example, I find myself visiting Flickr on a daily basis to track my comment trail as well as the popular / interesting photo pages.

    But paging sucks, so I started using my Wiki (SML Wiki: SML Flickr) to track them.

    5. I use Tumblr but haven’t checked out Jaiku yet so thanks!

    Cheers,
    See-ming



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