Posted August 2, 2006 7:48 am by with 0 comments

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Marketing researcher (UK) E-consultants just published an interesting interview with Brian Clifton, European head of web analytics at Google.

In the interview Brian talks about clearing the Google Analytics backlog (doors are now wide open), why Google Analytics was launched as a free service, concern about Google having access to conversion data relative to AdWords pricing, and availability of third-party consultants to help insure a successful configuration.

If you already have your Google Analytics account up and running you may be pleased to know that Google just increased the number of profiles you can use to track websites, sub-domains, or additional goals from 5 to 10.

-Timothy Seward
ROI Revolution