Analytics for Joomla blog

We are happy to announce the launch of our own Youtube channel. On the Youtube channel we are looking to address some of the most frequently asked questions about our plugins and share some cool tips and ideas to get more out of the plugins. To get started we offer 6 videos to explain more about some of our most popular products.

Read more...

Last week Woopra released a brand new iPhone app for their users. This makes it even easier to take advantage of the insights Woopra offers its Joomla users. The new app allows you to track the most important real-time activity from your iPhone. Even the chat functionality is integrated into the Woopra app.

Read more...

A few months ago Google announced the introduction of social share tracking in Google Analytics. In a world where social sharing has become an excellent way to allow website visitors to share content with the rest of the world, we were thrilled to see this development being introduced in Google Analytics. Today Google announced that Sharethis and AddtoAny buttons are automatically tracked in Google Analytics and Addthis social share buttons only require a few lines of additional code to show up in your Google Analytics reports.

Read more...

Siteapps LogoA while back I spoke with Phillip Klien from Predicta about behavioral targeting tool BTBuckets. At the end of our interview he mentioned their new project called 'SiteApps'. It's an amazing free tag management solution with a marketplace, filled with useful apps for every website. We decided to build a Joomla plugin for SiteApps, to make it even easier to bring the power of SiteApps to your Joomla website. By adding SiteApps to your Joomla website, you are opening the door to some really cool new functionalities for your website.

Read more...

Google has been preaching about the value of speedy loading times for a few years now. Google offers products like Pagespeed to check the loading time of your pages and also allows you to track loading times with Google Analytics. Unfortunately, the need for speed wasn't part of the programming of the Google Plus One button. Every time you loaded a page with a +One button on it, the button was always one the last items to load. Luckily Google now practises what it preaches.

Read more...

Powered by Analytics for Joomla