Google Analytics show visitor’s statistics in the real-time mode


This is not a joke, the developers of the service Google Analytics added a new tool to track the traffic of any resource in real-time mode. A new tool has its own name that is Google Analytics Real-Time. The service is available only in the new version of the interface, so if you still use the old one, then change the habits. Of course, if you want to track in the real- time mode.

The developers believe that Google Analytics Real-Time will help the webmasters to track the popularity of various materials on the resources. Previously, the traffic tracking was also possible in the real-time mode, but for that purpose were used the third-party tools and services, for example:


According to the developers, now you can send a tweet with a link to any content of the site and track the traffic in the real- time mode. After the tweet stopped "working", you can send a new one. It is clear that this is just an example of how you can use Google Analytics Real-Time. The new tool is available only if you have a status of “Administrator” in the account of service. Google Analytics Real-Time does not support user’s profiles.

So far, the service does not work for everyone, but for some users that are randomly selected. Over the next few weeks, Google Analytics Real-Time will be available for all comers. If you do not find this service in the account, you can sign up for early access at this link.
KlauS 3 october 2011, 14:50
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