Improved collection for short visits to rich media or script-heavy pages.
Collecting (and retaining) user clicks that occur before the tracking code loads</li></li></ul><li>Old Code Costs $$$$$<br />http://analytics.blogspot.com/2010/07/using-wrong-tracking-code-can-cost-you.html<br />
Diagnosing Setup Issues<br />Check for referrers from your own domain<br />http://sitescanga.com<br />
Visitor Level Custom Variables<br />You would likely set this custom variable as a one-time function, since the value would persist across the life of the visitor cookie.<br /><ul><li>Membership level
Previous Customer</li></li></ul><li>Session Level Custom Variables<br />Use session-level custom variables to distinguish different visitor experiences across sessions. <br />For example, if your website offer users the ability to login, you can use a custom variable scoped to the session level for user login status<br />
Page Level Custom Variables<br />Use page-level custom variables to define a collection of page-level activities by your users. For example, you might have sections such as Life & Style, Opinion, and Business. You could set a custom variable to track all your articles by section<br />
Tracking # of Reviews<br />_gaq.push(['_setCustomVar', 1, // This custom var is set to slot #1.<br /> ‘Number of Reviews', // The top level name for the variable<br /> ‘1', // The Number of Reviews<br /> 3 // Page level variable ]);<br />
Set up suite of segments<br />Keep the numbers small and manageable.<br />Report on each segment separately.<br />Look for insights<br />Examples:<br />Social media traffic (reddit|stumble|twitter|facebook)<br />Partners (partner1|partner2)<br />Organic<br />Email<br />Etc<br />