- Basic blog dashboard: URL: http://goo.gl/wWy9j
- Social media dashboard: URL: http://goo.gl/gafiH
- Mobile ecommerce dashboard: URL: http://goo.gl/I322w
- Site Performance dashboard: URL:http://goo.gl/eZfV5
- Engaged Traffic advanced segment: URL: http://goo.gl/4HFoo
- Daily Ecommerce report: URL: http://goo.gl/e0Ksy
Just looking to build a list of the top New Zealand facebook pages by fan count. It’s somewhat of a manual task, so feel free to leave a comment with ones you think should be on the list.
I’ll start with these ones:
- NZ Herald 58,000 fans
- Stuff 51,000 fans
- All Blacks 561,000 fans!
- All Whites 129,000 fans
- Air New Zealand 50,000 fans
- Gotta Love NZ 94,000 fans
- I Love NZ 136,000 fans
- 100% Pure New Zealand 259,000 fans
These fan number are as at 30/10/2010.
Do you know of any others with decent fan numbers?
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Want to find out how many people are visiting your Facebook page?
Did you know that it’s possible to install Google Analytics tracking right on your Facebook page?
Lately Google has brought the Google Caffeine update from the sandbox into the main search results.
While in the sandbox, the caffeine update rarely effected rankings. It was more about the speed of which the results would get returned and the number of pages that it would return.
Recently Google has made a change that allows you to see movie session times within Google. Just search for the movie name plus your town/city.
Tonight the unthinkable for a lot of online New Zealanders happened. Trademe went down
In reply to this, twitter kicked into life:
Will this rock the reliance on such a giant?
Somehow I don’t think so. Picture if Google had an outage for a few hours. Would people stop using it? Probably not.
However in recent weeks sella.co.nz has increased their presence by partnering up as an online auction component for the Big Night In telethon. What’s the chances of sella picking up some of these disgruntled trademe users?
What’s your thoughts?
Anyway like the early days of 1-day, 3deals has fallen short. Either the servers not responding and dishing up a 404 error page or the page is not there so returning a 404.
Things you should do:
- Make sure you can handle the influx of traffic. Majority of it is going to hit straight away
- Make sure your site works!
BTW: Awesome thanks, now that the site loaded, i’ve missed out on getting an iPod for $1. Hopefully the site holds up better tomorrow.
Looking into Event Tracking through Google Analytics opens the doors for some very unique and very cool new features. However, Event Tracking is still in beta and only available through only a select few accounts. Making testing & implementation recommendations difficult. However there is a way around this by simply manually adjusting the url when viewing reports.
Tracking Code Implementation
Firstly, implement the event tracking code on events within you site. When deciding on what actions to track, the skys the limit. From tracking lightbox triggers, external links and actions within a flash file. Event tracking can be made to fit a number of required tracking metrics.
Now To view the reporting here’s what you need to do:
- Login to analytics and view the dashboard of the account that you want to view the event reports on
- View a specific report, such as the “traffic source” report
- Modifying the start of the url to: https://www.google.com/analytics/reporting/events followed by the string of variables. As below:
now you can view all the tracked events…
Ok, after my previous post and looking at things a bit more. I’ve decided to make the search rank checking tool even more of a knowledge base to help track proceedings over time.
The aim now is to include archiving of:
- Rankings in search results
- Number of pages indexed in the different search engines
- Google Page Rank
- Back link numbers from Google and Yahoo!
Might also look at lower quality metrics such as alexa ranking.
Is there anything you’d recommend archiving?