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Let me tell you something unpleasant
Do you know Google Analytics? If you are experienced in the operation of the website you think that you know. Well I have been watching recently how to use · · · · · · · · · ·
When moving from Ameblo to the Hatena Blog, I was studying how to write and operate articles on Hatena Blog and I learned about the existence of Google Analytics. What is Google Analytics? What is the correct answer to explain it as an access analysis tool? (I'm sorry, I do not understand well yet) w)
So, when I moved to the Hatena blog, I put Google Analytics in this blog, but I just put it in and did not use it.
I am interested in the number of accesses made by adults. If it becomes many, it becomes motivation and I am simply happy.
But I did not mind what kind of people are watching at about "Oh, today is about this" degree.
Even in Hatena Blog or Ameblo, the access counter is on and I was satisfied just by watching it.
I got interested by Twitter and what they were taught about access analysis. Now I've been checking Google Analytics that I have been losing for a long time. This is interesting, is not it? To about disgusting.
I know who they are accessing!
Do you understand such a thing? It is as naked as possible. There is nothing to say only as a skein.
Of course it is possible to get statistics on the number of accesses.
I can also see what kind of terminal it is accessing.
It's a smartphone, a computer, a tablet. (By the way, 80% of this blog is access from smartphone)
In addition, I also understand the model w
IPhone 6s, iPhone 7, Mac, Xperia, GALAXY, Garakey.
I understand the browser, too.
Safari or Google Chrome.
I also understand from which site I am flowing into this blog.
Twitter, Facebook, Instagram etc.
Fortunately you can also grasp that there is direct access from favorite registration and bookmarks.
You can see which pages are commonly seen in the blog, and how long it is on each page.
In addition, I know what kind of location it is accessing.
I understand it by country. It seems that there are access from various places, but I do not know if it is actually access from that country because I am not familiar with it. Perhaps, the server will be involved.
I wonder what the causality of California, Tennessee, Massachusetts and so on are accessing. Lol
It sounds like a stalker. W
I can not do this. Pull.
People who think it feels bad will not stop reading.
If you study more at Google Analytics, there will be useful tools, but now I am over capacity.
Access counters for free blog service are accurate ...
As mentioned above, access counters are attached to Hatena Blog and Ameblo.
So why put Google Analytics in? Because access counters for blog services can not be trusted in terms of accuracy.
Of course, I am going to access analysis.
In terms of accuracy, Ameblo's access counters can not be trusted. (As for this, I knew it before I started the blog)
As for how we can not trust,
It is padding the number of accesses.
Is it about ten times in my experience? There are variations as to how much it is padded. Some people have multiplied by 50 times. (I heard about 200 times)
※ It is compared with Google Analytics
Ameba can easily start blogging, and it is also a fact that there are many beginner blogs.
After all it is glad if the number of accesses is large!
Is it supposed to be this that people who started the blog will not stop blogging ...?
Since Ameblo has advertisements on Ameblo, the more people who are blogging, the more people come to see it ... the more advertising revenue of Ameba will be.
Ameba has a lot of communities such as Ameba pig. And there are billing items there, so you'd want to make money from various sources.
However, it seems that Ameblo is not translating rules separately.
It seems that there is no definition as to what access is counted as the number of accesses.
Robots called crawlers are circulating on any website in the world, but Ameblo seems to be counting the access of this crawler.
I thought it was human access but it was a robot ... it is a sad reality.
But I do not dislike Ameblo.
As mentioned earlier, we can communicate with people who are blessed with the community and have the same category of blogs and can exchange information. And it's free.
If you just want to blog, it would be no problem at Ameblo.
Although there are many system failures ...
What's more frightening is that Ameba may delete your blog.
Blogs that Ameba deemed inappropriate will be BAN.
If you live in an apartment called Ameba, is it an image that you can forcibly leave if the attitude of life is not good due to noise or something?
For a person who is blogging the article is property so if it suddenly disappears one day it is like being killed.
Because I was not confident that I could keep a blog that seemed appropriate for Ameba. Lol
Somehow it became like criticism of Ameblo w
Google Analytics can analyze quite a bit of detail, but please be assured that we will not identify individuals. Lol
No, maybe we can do it but if I do not have that kind of skill, there is no meaning or courage to that.