Navigate to http://www.google.com/analytics
Sign in with your Google account.
You will see a list of Accounts.
Click on [ http://www.yourdomain.com ] – takes you to an Overview of your website
It will take you a “Visitors Overview” with activity on your site.
The “Visitors Overview” summarizes data for you with: Site Usage (Visits, Pageviews, Pages/Visit, Bounce Rate, Avg. Time on Site, % New Visits, Visitors Overview, Map Overlay, Traffic Sources Overview, Content Overview, etc.)
Note: The dates to the right hand corner of each page, you can change this date if you wanted to Export data from specific dates.
- Visits – Total visits to site
- Pageviews – Total views a page is being loaded by a browser
- Bounce Rate – the percentage of single-sage vists or visits in which the person left your site from the entrance (landing) page.
- Referring Sites – what sites they were referrred from
- Direct Traffic – when a person directly enters the URL of the page
- Search Engines – what a person typed in to a seach engine to find your website
For more glossary definitions: http://www.google.com/support/googleanalytics/bin/topic.py?topic=11285
- Making changes to your Wordpress Site
- posting updates to Posts and Pages
- Adding photos to your Wordpress Site
- posting photos in your Photo Gallery and in Posts and Pages
- Moving Wordpress to another domain name
- moving Wordpress can be a pain if you don't remember to take all the right steps
- Making changes to your GCMS website
- adding/removing content on Pages and uploading photos along with the content
- adding/removing Pages on the menu
- Uploading Images to your GCMS Photo Gallery website
- adding/removing photos, categorizing your albums, making changes to titles and descriptions
- Using Facebook as a Page helps guide you to toggle between your personal Facebook account to your "Page" affiliated with your business and/or project that it is representing
- Set up Selective Tweets to your FB Page helps you connect your Twitter updates to your Facebook Page, with a few simple steps and remembering to use the #fb hashtag when tweeting
- Accessing your Google Analytics to collect data on the performance of your website through various statistics