Posts with tag: 'Google Analytics'

iPhone Model Detection in Google Analytics Infographic

add iphone model to Google Analytics






Learn how to add iPhone Model Detection to Google Analytics in 5 Steps

Read More...

More Mobile Insights in Google Analytics with WURFL.js

analytics adwords wurfl






The Google Adwords team recently published a post on how to get better insights into mobile traffic on a web site. Most businesses see a shift in customer behavior that indicates customers are both more comfortable converting on their mobile devices and are shifting their research to mobile. To understand this better, we have created a new dashboard for you that helps you analyze mobile specific data for your own website. The problem with this dashboard is that it only shows generic information. Mobile vs. not mobile is is an important differentiator, but “mobile” is a wide definition. The mobile […]

Read More...

5 Steps to Add iPhone Models to Google Analytics with WURFL.js

iPhone Models in Google Analytics






Add iPad and iPhone Models to Google Analytics Do you want to add information on iPhone models to Google Analytics? Then check out our infographic and follow the 5 steps below. Ever wonder why Google Analytics can’t give you more detail about iPhones and iPads?  After all, an iPhone 4, iPhone SE, and iPhone 6S Plus are different phones representing VERY different markets. Wouldn’t it be great to drill down into that detail? Now you can with 5 easy steps: Get a WURFL.js account Insert the WURFL.js script into your page Send the WURFL Device Capabilities to Google Analytics Custom Variable […]

Read More...

Is Your Responsive Design Working? Google Analytics Will Tell You

detect iPhone and add to Google Analytics






[This article was originally published in Smashing Magazine.  We have updated the section on Universal Analytics to conform with change by Google Analytics.] By Jon Arne Sæterås and Luca Passani Responsive web design has become the dominant method of developing and designing websites. It makes it easier to think “mobile first” and to create a website that is viewable on mobile devices. In the early days of responsive web design, creating breakpoints in CSS for particular screen sizes was common, like 320 pixels for iPhone and 768 pixels for iPad, and then we tested and monitored those devices. As responsive […]

Read More...
  • Categories

  • Recent Posts

  • Tags

  • Monthly Archives