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Tracking Web hits to PDFs with Google Analytics

Many business owners get lost in the heavy data of Google Analytics, and often are less interested in bounce rates and browser statistics than they are with particular content they surface. That works great as long as you only care about page hits, but what about documents, newsletters, PDF whitepapers, etc.? An easy hack is […]

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Why you need to see two products before buying one

IT folks are all about evaluating competing things. In fact, you might say that’s where we are most comfortable – listing pros and cons of everything from laptops to phones to which internet browser is best. But if you take away the quirky willingess to categorize the minutia of every .x-release of Linux, I would […]

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