Google Analytics now open for new signups

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For those waiting for Google Analytics to open signing up for new accounts again, you can do so at google.com/analytics. The Google Analytics team has announced in its blog that they’ve removed the waitlist for the website metrics service and now allow anyone with a website to create free accounts.

Google Analytics is a comprehensive website metrics service based on Urchin, which was bought by Google. It offers website owners a lot of data on visitor traffic. One of its coolest features is the site overlay, which shows you the parts of your web page being clicked by visitors.

With the recent upgrade of blogger and the opening of signups for Google Analytics, maybe MeasureMap will be improved next. MeasureMap is an excellent website metrics service focused on blogs. For so long now, the service has either been slow or unavailable. I hope Google eventually improves MeasureMap’s performance, it is a service I’m sure bloggers would like to use every day.

For a round-up of blog metrics services I tested, you can read this article.

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  1. Why do I find measuremap a lot easier to use than Analytics, it seems that Analytics’s data is so technical that I sometimes I find it hard to navigate. Oh, and I AM a technical person. 😀

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