Google Shows Analytics Metrics On Google+ Dashboard

By: Chris Crum - February 20, 2014

If your’e an analytics junkie who happens to spend a lot of time running a Google+ page, there’s good news.

Google starting to show Analytics metrics right on the Google+ dashboard for sites that are connected.

You can see things like new visits, unique visitors and pageviews for the past 30 days, for example.

Google’s Daniel Waisberg announced the feature on Google+:


Last week, Google announced the launch of some design tweaks to Google Analytics. We just started seeing them today.

Image via Google+

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  • http://www.brickmarketing.com/ Nick Stamoulis

    I don’t spend too much time hanging out in Google+ (I’d rather just play around in GA itself), but I think for small, local businesses this could be a nice feature. The easier it is to move through data the better!

  • http://www.linkworxseo.com Link Worx Seo

    I myself spend way more time in GA than the later of the two. Way more information to absorb than what G+ provides.