Using Google Real Time View To Monitor Impact of a Social Share via @DragonBlogger

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Google Real Time View 
Takes The Cake!

Justin from Dragonblogger shows you how to easily use Google’s new “Real Time” view to monitor the impact of a social share. 

 Often, we find ourselves wondering about the REAL net impact of our social engagement… now we have one more tool to use. (And it’s cool to boot!)

Are you using Google Analytics beta view yet?

~ Kim ~ 
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  1. Catwoman says

    Such a nice thing! I haven’t heard about real time view before, but it seems to a genial tool for monitoring social network traffic. Thanks for the useful information!

  2. Tom Burt says

    That’s cool! I just checked my usual Google Analytics for the “real time” feature. It must be a different site. I will definately find it and use it for sure!
    Thanks,

    Tom

  3. says

    I am using it all the time to monitor it effectively.. :) I installed a separate monitor and let that Run only this page once i turned on the computer. Quite amazing and easy way to analyze and measure.

    Robin.

  4. Steve Shoemaker says

    Great video Kim now that is a great tracking tactic will have to definitely try that. Thanks for sharing dragons video.

    Steve

  5. Nicholle Olores says

    Thanks for the information Kim about Google Real Time, it is more likely Google Analytics but they have different uses.

  6. says

    That is cool! Live metrics so you can get immediate feedback on what’s working now, literally! I’ll have to try that out. Thanks for the heads up.

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