May 9, 2011

The Impact of Site Speed – Google Analytics’ Newest Feature – on WordPress

Just a quickie: I just updated my Google Analytics for WordPress plugin to incorporate the new Site Speed tracking feature that Google announced last week. The feature is on by default and can be disabled in the advanced section of the settings…

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