Google Webinar on Web Analytics

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recommended for anyone with anything to do with the WWW



Webinar: Reaching Your Goals with Analytics



Is your website performing as well as it could be? Do you want to get more out of your digital marketing campaigns, including AdWords and other digital media? Do you feel like you have gaps in your current Google Analytics setup?

We’ve heard from many of our users who want to go deeper into their Analytics — with so much data, it can be hard to know where to look first. If you’d like to move beyond standard “pageview” metrics and visitor statistics, then please join us next Thursday:

Webinar: Reaching Your Goals with Analytics
Date: Thursday, December 1
Time: 11am PST / 2pm EST
Sign up here!

During the webinar, we’ll cover:

  • Key questions to ask for richer insights from your data
  • How to define “success” (for websites, visitors, or campaigns)
  • How to set up and use Goals
  • How to set up and use Ecommerce (for websites with a shopping cart)
  • How to link AdWords to your Google Analytics account

Whatever your online business model — shopping, lead-generation, or pure content — these tools will deliver actionable insights into your buying cycle.

This webinar will be led by Joe Larkin, a technical specialist on the Google Analytics team, and it’s designed for intermediate users of Google Analytics. If you’re comfortable with the basics, but you’d like to do more with your data, then we hope you’ll join us next week!

America's Data Book: Census Abstract 2011

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An excellent summary of 2011 Census Statistical abstract was given by NYTimes at

Like more white people now enjoy jazz than black people now (presumably who have got rap music), but not details enough on ahem country music

The Data book is at

What is the Statistical Abstract?

The Statistical Abstract of the United States, published since 1878, is the authoritative and comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States.

Use the Abstract as a convenient volume for statistical reference, and as a guide to sources of more information both in print and on the Web.

Sources of data include the Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bureau of Economic Analysis, and many other Federal agencies and private organizations.

Tables of Interest

1060 – Shopping Centers–Number and Gross Leasable Area [Excel 31K] | [PDF 59K]

1170 – Flow of Funds Accounts-Liabilities of Households and Nonprofit Organizations [Excel 41K] | [PDF 66K]

1172 – Amount of Debt Held by Families-Percent Distribution [Excel 29K] | [PDF 66K]

1173 – Ratios of Debt Payments to Family Income [Excel 857K] | [PDF 64K]

327 – Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted [Excel 34k] | [PDF 468k]

From the last table you can see , while the number of officers killed or feloniously killed decreased by 20% in past five years, the number of officers assaulted by firearms grew by 20% in the same period.