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Google Analytics sessions and your reports

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About a month ago, Google Analytics introduced a change to the session visit calculation method. This will certainly have had an impact (and it will continue to have) on web sites traffic. Before this change, sessions were counted only if one of the following circumstances were met: Spend more than 30 minutes from the last page viewed (or spend the time you have specified in the function _setSessionCookieTimeout) Strikes of midnight (midnight arrives for the time zone settings in the profile for that report) Users close the browser, so they delete the session cookie __utmc

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LinkedIn has taken the Facebook approach

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LinkedIn, a social network with more than 100 million members, is a very successful social network for its gender. Unlike Facebook, it charges for its services, such as the ability to connect easily with potential business contacts or employers; it also makes money from selling adverts on the site, and from charging recruiters who want easy access to its members. All this success, brought LinkedIn to the stock market last May.

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The Facebook flop

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The long-awaited moment, the surprising announcement arrived. It was July the 7th when Facebook made its big announcement revealing to the world its new interesting and fantastic additions. Well, after July the 7th a lot of people have instead turned to be very disappointed and the extraordinary news “baked” from Zuckerberg teams was instead something Google made three years ahead when they introduced Google Talk.

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