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Google Analytics Create Infographics Visual.ly

Google Analytics Visual.ly Reports

Google Analytics provides some great stats, graphs, reports, and traffic information etc. about your websites and blogs but only if you’ve properly added the Google Analytics code to your sites.  This information and visual data can be very useful in growing your sites’ traffic and building your online empire of quality content over time. It’s a no-brainer that knowing where you’ve been, and where you are currently, will help you get to where you’re going and want to be, right?

Google Analytics provides some very useful information, like the the dashboard….

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The real-time visitors on site feature and report…

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And one of my favorites from GA is the Multi-Channel Conversion Visualizer.

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Now there’s a way to get data without going to Google Analytics, and have it delivered to your inbox!

Visual.ly has recently created a way for you to view and share some of that important information by providing a free, cool looking and well presented info-graphic. Get weekly insights and updates on all yours websites and blogs. Let me show you how it works.

Google Analytics Report

The first step is to create your free account on Visual.ly.  The second step (if you haven’t already) is to install the Google Analytics codes on your websites and blogs where applicable. It’s that code that looks something like this <UA-1137703x-xxxx> The third step is to simply select which site or blog you want as your info-graphic source, and you’re done. Visual.ly does the rest for you.

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You can select from any or all of your sites to produce an awesome looking info-graphic like this:

Bradsdomain Info Graphic

If you like the final product that Visual.ly produces for your site, and you’d like to track and see your sites broken down visually on a weekly basis, they’ll even send you a copy in your email every week so you don’t have to keep recreating the visual reports.  So what’s in it for them and why are they doing this for you and I free?  They just want you to share this with others like I’m sharing it with you.

weekly email updates

So go ahead, click on the share tools below, and share these awesome Google and Visual.ly tools with your friends.

Justin Cutroni

Google Powered Intelligence Alerts

Staying alert while driving your car is really important right?  Well staying alerted while on the Super-Information-Highway is critically important to your online business success too.  Getting automatic and custom alerts from Google is a brand new feature which just launched yesterday.  Google calls it Intelligent Alerts.

Many online business Pro’s both large and small already use the Google Alerts feature to be notified about certain keywords or phrases when they get posted, but these custom alerts are a bit different.

Do you generate an income from your blog or website using Google Adsense?

These alerts are a great way to monitor your data and discover new insights.

They are now offering two types of new alerts. The automated alert, and the custom alert.  Both are a welcomed addition to an already priceless and powerful tool that Google alerts has provided in the past.

Google for The Real Estate Professional

Google for The Real Estate Professional

Who’s looking for a home on the Internet? Who’s using search engines to find out information about an area or to relocate?  Who researches the web to find a lender, inspector, home warranty or title company?  The consumer is, which might be your next potential client.  What is the #1 most used search engine in the world?  Google.com followed by the #2 Youtube. So instead of farming the traditional old school way, you might want to start farming where the shoppers are going, and use the tools that the “Store” provides for you.

Google for the Real Estate Professional provides a variety of services to help your content on the web get exposed to the “searching” individuals that are on their Google.com site everyday. You should be taking full advantage of things like Google Maps, Adwords, Youtube.  You should look into improving operations using tools like Google Apps, Google EarthAnalytics, and Sketch-up.

The majority of home buyers use the Internet to research properties. See what Google has to offer you in reaching and connecting with that majority.  The services are FREE, easy to use, and overlooked by many Real Estate Professionals in the Industry today.