With the news that webmasters can now access website data via the newly released Google Analytics iPhone app, it seems the good news doesn’t stop there, as Google have also recently released a Page Analytics Chrome browser extension.
Extensions for browsers such as Chrome and Firefox have been round for a good while now – but it still seems that many online users aren’t making the most of their inbuilt features. But, with the release of Google’s new Page Analytics Chrome extension and others like it, we may see that change.
Released last month, the new Page Analytics tool – brought to you by Google – is an amazing add-on for marketeers and internet users alike. Easily installable on your Chrome browser, Page Analytics allows you to see how customers interact with your web pages.
By logging in with your Google Analytics account, you can view data about your website on page with a series of helpful and accessible on-page queues.
Whilst the Google Analytics website is an unbeatable source of data and insights, this extension brings detailed information about the pages on your site on-page, and away from the graphs and numbers of the normal hub.
From the on-page analyser, you can find information about page views, conversion and bounce rates, exit percentages, and – most importantly – visualisations of user activity on site and where on the page they clicked.
Installable via the Chrome extension online store, Page Analytics by Google is a quick and useful add-on for webmasters who want to have website data on demand, when on page.