Google Analytics — Help Center Lies!

Help Center: Supporting Google Analytics.
How long does it take to see report data after adding the tracking code?
After you first install the tracking code, it may take several hours for report data to appear in your account. Google Analytics generally updates your reports every hour, but data can take up to 6 hours to appear in your account.
Here.

It’s now over 24 hours, and no data.
For a company that prides itself on its massive data infrastructure and processing capabilities, the influx of millions of users trying a new service should not be an issue…right?
Maybe they need to follow up with some of their colleagues at the NSA and borrow one their supercomputers. The data is eventually going to end up there anyway.


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2 Replies to “Google Analytics — Help Center Lies!”

  1. How not to launch a web 2.0 product, or, scalability in the modern internet With the failed launch of Google Analytics and its inability to deliver immediate statistics and tracking uniformly across the blogosphere, I thought I’d bring out a few big no-nos we can all learn from.
    First, don’t touch paying customer…

  2. How not to launch a web 2.0 product, or, scalability in the modern internet With the failed launch of Google Analytics and its inability to deliver immediate statistics and tracking uniformly across the blogosphere, I thought I’d bring out a few big no-nos we can all learn from. First, don’t touch paying customer…

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