Thursday, December 12th, 2019

Google Adds AdSense for Feeds, Feedburner Data to Analytics

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If you use AdSense for Feeds or to manage RSS feeds on your site – and you use – then you’ll be glad to know Google is connecting the two. You’ll be able to iew click data for your feeds services in Google Analytics.

Analytics will tag the Source as “Feedburner” and the Medium as either “feed” or “email” depending on how the feed item was sent out. Content will show the endpoint (i.e. Google Reader, Yahoo! Mail). Check for the data under “All Traffic Sources” and “Campaigns” views in Google Analytics.

Google Analytics gathers this data when item clicking is turned on in Feedburner. So you’ll need to have that enabled for this to work – or not if you don’t.

Advanced analytics users can also configure their Analytics tracking within their Feedburner settings.

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Google Adds AdSense for Feeds, Feedburner Data to Analytics

0

If you use AdSense for Feeds or to manage feeds on your site – and you use – then you’ll be glad to know is connecting the two. You’ll be able to iew click data for your feeds services in Google Analytics.

Analytics will tag the Source as “Feedburner” and the Medium as either “feed” or “email” depending on how the feed item was sent out. Content will show the endpoint (i.e. Google Reader, Yahoo! Mail). Check for the data under “All Traffic Sources” and “Campaigns” views in Google Analytics.

Google Analytics gathers this data when item clicking is turned on in Feedburner. So you’ll need to have that enabled for this to work – or not if you don’t.

Advanced analytics users can also configure their Analytics tracking within their Feedburner settings.

Related posts:

  1. Google Adds AdSense for Feeds, Feedburner Data to Analytics
  2. Google Crawls RSS Feeds to Discover New Web Pages; AdSense for Feeds Now Available in Blogger
  3. Google Analytics API Now Features Event Tracking, Navigation Data, and Increased Filter Length
  4. Feedburner Goes All Permanent on Their URL Redirects
  5. How to Export Google Analytics Data to Excel via the API

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