Google Analytics New Feature For Blogger Now On Beta Version

Just recently Google Analytics going to open a new features which is currently in private beta version for blogger.com’s user. Currently, Google Team working for it and when this features suitable for public version, google will release in both blogger and google analytics accounts.

Few weeks ago Jeff Veen was announced about the new development:

        “Many of you may remember when Google acquired Measure Map, our analytics product for blogs. When we came to Google, our first job was to take the experience of providing clear, accessible reports, coupled with powerful tools for analysis, and apply it to Google’s already robust Analytics product. The result of that collaboration launched last May, in the redesigned Google Analytics interface.

    Since then the team has been hard at work fulfilling our original promise: to help bloggers understand the impact that their blogs are having on the world. To that end, we’ve rebuilt Measure Map as an integrated feature of both Google Analytics and Blogger. We hope you like what you see.” [Google Analytics for Blogger now in private beta official analytics news]

However this new stats features in dashboard of blogger has going to open a great way to track the sites present stats and we don’t have to move here and there to track our stats. We can easily track our site stats from our dashboard. I am waiting for the public version. Hope, Blogger.com really love it.

Google Analytics for Blogger now in private beta [official analytics blog]
Google Analytics Integration for Blogger is on the way! [via bloggerbuster]

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