Web Analytics

Many responses I have received about my recent post over app analytics has been surrounding the use of web analytics on this site. Simply put: I’ve never liked them, but have found them necessary.

I do find them different than app analytics. As you come here to consume what I have written, not to pen your own works. My problem is when I want to pen my own work, and someone wants to put analytics on that app I use to do my own work. I don’t like that.

Further, it’s pretty easy to block the analytics on this site. However, I have taken the liberty of pairing it down to only Mint, which is housed on my server.

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by Ben Brooks
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tl;dr

Many responses I have received about my recent post over app analytics has been surrounding the use of web analytics on this site. Simply put: I’ve never liked them, but have found them necessary. I do find them different than app analytics. As you come here to consume what I have written, not to pen […]