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Google Universal Analytics Threatens Omniture - A Revolution in Analytics

Google Universal Analytics is a Definite Game Changer, it is not limited to website analytics, and is distinct from other web analytics tools.

I was going through the list of features, including "integrating other devices" and offline reports, and the great thinking put in by Google engineers is amazing. Universal Analytics is currently in the beta stage on, once it open to public I am sure it is going to creating a revolution in Analytics.

Read about the Innovative UA at http://analytics.blogspot.com/2012/10/universal-analytics.html
 

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