The “Product Hunt Effect” on Building Communities
Just as the post went live on Product Hunt a torrent of users started visiting our site, we took few pictures of Google Analytics Real-Time visits view as the number kept fluctuating up and down.
I took a picture at 26, but the highest number I saw was 46 – total of about 2000 visitors in a single day. Wow.
The next day, I opened Google Analytics to analyze the data.
I wanted to get quick answers, so I used “Analytics Easy Explorer by Kueri.me“, our owen chrome extension which converts Natural Language questions and creates Google Analytics reports on the fly. The extension is a search box placed right within your Google Analytics header.
So I simply typed the words “visits yesterday”:
I then wanted to see the source website instead of country so I typed the following:
Since the kueri.me website is configured to send an event to Google Analytics every time someone downloads Kueri LITE, each of the goals are stored in a default dimension of Google Analytics called – Label. So I simply added the word “label” and then described freely what label I was looking for:
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