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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.

GA Report

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.

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

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Top Resource for Shared InfoGraphics

There is so much information available on the web today and in so many formats. 

Imagery, video, blogs, and text articles etc. have consumed every square inch of real estate on the Internet.  The volume of content on the web is increasing at an unimaginable rate.  One very unique way information is now being delivered visually is by the use of InfoGraphics.  These are visually much more appealing than excel spreadsheet charts, graphs, and complicated text.

Visual.ly is quickly becoming the #1 resource for info-graphics on the web.

The InfoGraphic

Information graphics or infographics are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge. These graphics present complex information quickly and clearly,[1] such as in signs, maps, journalism, technical writing, and education. With an information graphic, computer scientists, mathematicians, and statisticians develop and communicate concepts using a single symbol to process information. (Source WikiPedia)

Today information graphics surround us in the media, in published works both pedestrian and scientific, in road signs and manuals. They illustrate information that would be unwieldy in text form, and act as a visual shorthand for everyday concepts.

If you’re needing or looking for some visually appealing graphics that impart useful information that’s needed to deliver a Visual.ly improved method of message delivery, you need look no further than Visual.ly.   With over 5000 Infographics, you’re sure to find the one that will cultivate the target audience you seek.

The InfoGraphic on InfoGraphics

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