• Piwik

    Change Language of Piwik Opt-Out Iframe

    by  • Last modified:March 10, 2013 • Piwik • 0 Comments

    Protecting User Privacy On your website, you can add an easy way for your visitors to “opt-out” of being tracked by your Piwik install. By default, all of your website visitors are tracked. With Piwik iframe, you get some simple code to add to your privacy page, to let users opt out. When finished...

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    An Extra Data Point in Piwik Custom Variables

    by  • Last modified:March 10, 2013 • Piwik • 0 Comments

    Sometimes when you are working with Piwik Custom Variables, you need an extra slot for data. Below is some quick code to add an extra value to your custom variables: In this scenario, $variable1 and $variable2 are whatever you want. It could be a variable for a topic and a landing page. It could...

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    Tracking Mail-To Clicks with Piwik Analytics

    by  • Last modified:February 19, 2013 • Piwik • 1 Comment

    Custom Variables to Record Actions Custom Variables as we have learnt are very flexible. I wanted to share another cool way you could use events: to track an action taken on your website. In this case, we are going to learn below how to use Custom Variables to track clicks for a Mailto link....

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    Install Piwik or Any Analytics To Your Tumblr

    by  • Last modified:November 13, 2012 • Piwik • 0 Comments

    Tumblr is a hot hosted blogging platform–but it lacks in stats. While it’s always fun to write great content, knowing if it’s being read and what content resonates is even better. To know what’s actually going on with your Tumblr blog (and your content), you need analytics.  With Google Analytics all you need to do is...

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    Google Analytics and China [Opinion]

    by  • Last modified:November 16, 2014 • Google Analytics, Opinion, Piwik • 4 Comments

    What happened to Google Analytics November 9th 2012? This past Friday, China decided to block all of Google. This included Google Analytics. That meant any users visiting your site would not be recorded by your Google Analytics install. Google Analytics is blocked more than you think. For most webmasters, while annoying, this is fine...

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