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Google Analytics Announces New Flow Visualizations

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[COLOR=#474747][URL="http://mashable.com/follow/topics/google-analytics"]Google Analytics[/URL] is about to get a whole lot more visual, thanks to the launch of a new feature, Flow Visualizations.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#474747]The new feature was announced by Google SVP of ads Susan Wojcicki at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco. It will launch later today for all Google Analytics users.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#474747]Flow Visualizations is a dynamic way to view and experience your Google Analytics data. It utilizes the lens of a Sankey diagram, a specific type of flow diagram. Flow Visualizations allow sites to drill into user behavior based on location, browser, user type and many other variables.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#474747]The key to [URL="http://analytics.blogspot.com/2011/10/introducing-flow-visualization.html"]Flow Visualizations[/URL], though, is its ability to analyze how visitors are using a website. These visualizations allow website administrators to figure out where people are visiting, how many people stay on their site, how many people visit a site’s shopping cart and more.

See more about Google Analytics new features on [URL="http://mashable.com/2011/10/19/google-analytics-launches-in-depth-flow-visualizations/"]Mashable[/URL].[/COLOR]

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