I recently read a blog post from Google Analytics about custom reports that you can install in Analytics that can give greater, deeper insight into how people are searching for, finding and using your articles.
The original blog post is here:
http://analytics.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01 … ustom.html
I've installed a few of the reports into my analytics (e.g. the social media dashboard, basic blogging dashboard, 3, 4, 5 and 6 tail keyword searches and a couple of others.)
This seems like some good functionality to have in Google Analytics as you can get some really good information even if you're not a coder or an expert with analytics (and I'm certainly neither!) Anyway, do take a peek if you use Google Analytics, I hope you find it helpful.
The Analytics Solutions Gallery is here: http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/s … llery.html
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