The Google Analytics website (or, alternatively, the Google App Engine website) has a great history and many tools that will provide you with even more tools and information. There are a number of ways to obtain data.
How to get the session history from Google Analytics
On the Google website, go to the Settings menu and click on History. If you are using Google App Engine, click Settings and click the History tab. You will see the history of your sessions for each of your websites, both Google App Engine and the internal Google Analytics.
If you want to run a session-by-session analysis, you should go to your Profile settings, select Events, then click the History tab. Note that you will only be able to run this for a number of web pages you may have, not for all of them. Google will give you the total number of events for each session.
Get domain data
To run a per-domain analysis, you should use Google Analytics’ own features. Go to the Analytics report view, and click the Details tab.
In the Account Details panel, scroll down and look at the Sessions, and check if the domain of the page you are examining matches any of the domains that Google owns. This will let you know if you are visiting the right pages, or if Google has blocked the websites you are looking at from viewing in the Google Analytics website.
A second way to get data from Google Analytics is to run the option that lets you run a Google search. This option lets you go to the Search terms tab, find your keywords, and go into your historical search history to find the pages that match those keywords.
You can do this by going to Google’s historical search page, which is at Google.com/history, and then clicking on the tab Search History. You can select a day to run a search.
google analytics If you want to know what the top ten keywords that people searched for on Google.com last month, you can find this information in Google Analytics. Go to the Sources tab, and then in the Overview column, look at the Source column and click on the bottom right to see the Source Column.
If you want to get a report on all of the keywords that were used for Google searches in the last month, you can go to the top Google account and click on the Follower column and select the column Options. Then, select the Source from the dropdown menu, and then click the Source column.
You can find what page was clicked on by the person who was clicked on in Google’s Search Results tab, Google Trends, or Google’s homepage. Go to the Search tab, then go to the tab History and then click on the View tab.
If you are going to have a history analysis that will provide you with a long-term look at how people are using your websites, you should go to the Google Analytics website and run a Google search for the phrases that you would like to search for. Then, go to the Google Trends tab, and look for the keywords that were searched for the most in the last two months. Use this information to track trends for future versions of your website.