12208Re: [webanalytics] Replacing Google Analytics
- Aug 1, 2007http://groups.google.com/group/analytics-help-basics/browse_thread/thread/efd8b6119a35600d
It certainly seems to have been removed, though as someone else said
they have said they will put it back in at some point.
No one got any opinions of Mint?
Brad Warthan wrote:
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> What do you mean group data by month being removed. I think this can still
> be accessed. They just changed the date select interface right?
> On 7/31/07, Rick Huby <lists@... <mailto:lists%40thehuby.net>>
> > Hi,
> > I'm new to the list so please bear with me if my questions are little
> > low level!
> > We've been using Google Analytics for the last 18 months or so and have
> > always felt it delivered for our requirements. Predominantly we've used
> > it for checking on the number of visitors per month, sources of traffic,
> > key word conversions from search engines and goals/funnels. We've used
> > some other features for certain clients but they are generally the
> > things we use it for.
> > Since they upgraded to their new interface they have removed the ability
> > to group data by month - to me this seems insane but nevertheless they
> > have done it.
> > I am looking to test some other analytics packages to see if we might
> > transition from Google. (A secondary reason is that we would prefer not
> > to be using the analytics package from one of the key suppliers of
> > website traffic - prefer to ensure impartiality).
> > I've been recommened haveamint.com which I am going to take a look at -
> > but can anyone recommend any other basic analytics packages that might
> > fit the bill (relatively small traffic sites approximately 10000
> > visitors per month). Anyone got an opinion on Mint?
> > Thanks in advance!
> > Rick
> > www.rickhuby.com
> Bradley L. Warthan
> (812) 457-4479
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