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Why am I getting this request to log into www.google-analytics.com, when I click on a forum heading or a profile? It's been happening randomly over the last few days, and has just happened about 10 times in the last five minutes[V]...it's a bit of a PITA, if ya know what I mean![/emoticons/emotion-6.gif!]
 

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Here's something that may help explain it (seems like its used to help Sean figure out how to better run the site):


What is Google Analytics?

Google Analytics shows you how people found your site, how they explored it, and how you can enhance their visitor experience. Improve your website return on investment, increase conversions, and make more money on the web.

With over 80 reports, your free Google Analytics account will track visitors through your site, and will keep track of the performance of your marketing campaigns - whether they're AdWords campaigns, email campaigns, or any other advertising program. With this information, you'll know which keywords are really working, which ad text is the most effective, and where your visitors are dropping off during the conversion process. Don't be fooled by the fact that this functionality is available to you for free - Google Analytics is a full-featured, powerful analytics package.

AdWords advertisers can find all of these benefits from within their AdWords account - Google Analytics has been fully integrated with AdWords. All of your reports and settings are available from the Analytics tab.

To get started with Google Analytics, simply visit www.google.com/analytics or click the Analytics tab in your AdWords account. You'll be guided through a simple sign-up process, which will require the addition of a code snippet. Once that's done, you'll start gathering data immediately, on track for improved ROI!


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Google Analytics, as Warrior_Dave pointed out, is a free "web site traffic analyzer." MANY sites use it and any problems asking you to log in would be the way your browser is configured... make sure your browsers security settings aren't too high. Medium is the normal setting I believe.
 
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