Google accepting new signups for Analytics again



Well, Analytics is still getting up to speed. For the last week or so, new signups at the new Google analytics site had been suspended (and they suspended existing users from adding a site for monitoring.) Now It looks as though they’ve started adding new signups. The writer at the ZDnet blog, Googling Google suspects that they’re catching up on those that left email addresses for an invite when the service went live. (I imagine this may be one reason Gmail had an invite only policy for so long, afraid of being swamped with demand.)


Anyway, of the four sites I’ve added, 3 are currently getting data. The 4th (I believe I added it last), seems to checkout ok, (code is detected), but is not yet getting stats. Hopefully after they get up to speed I’ll see stats there without further tinkering. It could be they’ve just put a stop on some “late added” or “more than x” domains to user profiles. (Having 3 working gives plenty of an idea of how it works.)

Among the other things in the article that “could be good or bad”, the writer speculates that Google can now, of course, track which pages have high bounce rates, and the average user stay per visit. What if that data starts getting integrated into search results???? That could make SEO tougher in some ways. Or, better in other ways… (REALLY bad for site spammers, good for established sites with good relevant content, tough to break into for a new site.)

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