Google analytics - how much you trust it?
I am very curious on this. I track my blog at blogspot very closely to see my traffic. However the details I got from visits is totally different between blogger statistic and google analytics. Which is more accurate in this case?
Google analytics can only track the pages in which you have placed the Google Analytics code. Sometime one forget to place the code on every page and hence those pages are not track by analytics.
Personally, I have pretty good confidence on Google Analytics. It is interesting the Blogger is owned by Google.
Thanks for your answer. Allow me further update the matter. Am using blogger and it is integrated with analytics. So it should be the same but am not seeing the similarity. Pretty weird I would say since both blogger and analytics owned by the same company. Just felt mysterious!
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