Google Analytics supporter Daniel Waisberg took to Google+ yesterday to announce a new attribute that adds Google Analytics info to the dash of your organization’s Google+ page.

In other words, if your firm’s Google+ web page hyperlinks back to your internet site and your site likewise utilizes Google Analytics, a Google+ card will certainly appear in your dash, revealing the number of new sees, unique site visitors and page views for your the site connected to that page. The information is for the previous 30 days of goes to and includes percent change from the previous 30-day duration:


The card’s context sensitive “device tip” aid points out:

This card reveals Google Analytics information for the website connected with your Google+ web page. To transform the card view, kindly configure the default sight under your Google Analytics home.

Other cards commonly found on an Google+ Web page dash consist of Notifications particular to that page, Business insights on your site’s reach and revelation on Google Search and Maps, and general business information about your page.

The Analytics card is brief and pleasant. Beyond the three metircs and percent change, there’s only a link to Google Analytics that takes you directly into that website’s report, despite the amount of sites you have linked.

Google Analytics Obtains One more Facelift

Google Analytics lately changed their user interface again. The former intense orange headers and buttons have been changed by Google grey.


The familiar two-tone orange Google Analytics logo design with 3, white data factors has been a little tweaked to eliminate the round data points.

Customized Records now has its own link called “Modification,” included between the “Reporting” and “Admin” links on top of the web page.

Finally, Shortcuts now has its very own area of the major left-side navigation.

So much just an associated with “Review” is available. You’ll locate it situated with Intelligence Occasions between the “Dashboards” and “Real-Time” areas.

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