Google Analytics is great. It provides objective data about Web site traffic that can help site editors make important decisions about their content. The trouble is, Analytics data lives at Google, and most content editors spend the majority of time on their own sites.
Groundwire asked me to create a tool to bring Analytics data back into Plone, where content editors spend most of their time. Google Analytics for Plone (or collective.googleanalytics in Plone-speak) does that and more. It provides a full suite of tools for tracking additional data in Google Analytics and for reporting on statistics within the Plone site.
Want to learn more? Watch the talk I gave at Groundwire’s speed-geek event in March 2010: