Google Analytics blog has announced that, they’ve rebuilt Measure Map as an integrated feature of both Google Analytics and Blogger. So they’re now mirgrating all Measure Map users to the new Google Analytics for Blogger reporting interface, which was announced by Jeff Veen.
Here's what Jeff had to say:
“Many of you may remember when Google acquired Measure Map, our analytics product for blogs. When we came to Google, our first job was to take the experience of providing clear, accessible reports, coupled with powerful tools for analysis, and apply it to Google's already robust Analytics product. The result of that collaboration launched last May, in the redesigned Google Analytics interface.”
Google says it “will support all blogging programs. Bloggers who don't use Blogger will see a new reporting interface that resembles Google Analytics.”
Recently at South by Southwest, we announced our new Google Analytics for Blogger reporting interface. This integration marks the transition of Measure Map users worldwide to a new Google Analytics interface specifically designed for Blogger users. We've rebuilt Measure Map as an integrated feature of both Google Analytics and Blogger, which will give bloggers daily stats such as the number of visitors they receive, how many posts get traffic, and new referring links. Users can also use Google Analytics, of course, to track their blogs. More information is available on our Help Center.
We'll be refining the new interface in the coming months before we release it to the general public, and we're excited to help bloggers further understand the impact they're having on their readers.
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