| 12:05 pm on Jan 29, 2009 (gmt 0)|
Just have now 1,5 days from 2 small domains with the new method for Google Analytics
old method: insert tracking code as end of html
Analytics showed much less visitors, but the main proplem seems to be MSIE
The Google Analytics browser stats are
MSIE - 1..27 January: 57,45%
MSIE - 28..29 January: 15,62%
Firefox 1..27 January: 33,81%
Firefox 28..29 January: 81,25%
Any idea, what problem at MSIE could be with
document.write ( "Here goes my Google Analytics Code" );
| 4:07 pm on Jan 29, 2009 (gmt 0)|
I'm not sure I understand your question. But if the code is at the bottom of the page, there can be incidents where a user comes to your site and then instantly clicks on a link and leaves the page before the analytics code can load. This is solved by putting the code at the top but then the pages load a little slower.
| 5:00 pm on Jan 29, 2009 (gmt 0)|
To make it clear
.....here goes my Google Analytics code
....here are about 25 kb functions from me....
....at the end...
document.write ( .....here goes my Google Analytics code )
| 3:12 am on Jan 30, 2009 (gmt 0)|
that's because in method one the GA code is processed in line with your document.
(well is does have to fetch an external script first, google-analytics.com/ga.js)
in method two, you must get to the bottom of your document, fetch the my.js, then at the end of fetching and processing that 25kb and doing the document write, you must still do all the work above.
i'm guessing your ff browser is better configured handle simultaneous connections than ie.
| 6:10 am on Jan 30, 2009 (gmt 0)|
|i'm guessing your ff browser is better configured handle simultaneous connections than ie. |
I would more quess, some mad MSIE security setings on 80% to 90% of MSIE browsers.