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Recently, I've redesigned of the Atlassian development tutorial that introduces developers to our software developer kit (SDK) . This is the second of a three-part series of blogs related to this project. Part 1, What is Your Tutorial's Funnel Conversion Rate introduced the assignment and the funnel conversion report I use to measure its success. In this part, I show you how to create and configure your own Google Analytics goal funnel so that you can measure a tutorial's funnel conversion rate on

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The latest assignment I've got calls for a redesign of the Atlassian tutorial that introduces developers to our software developer kit (SDK) .  This is the first of a three-part series of blogs related to this project.  In this part, I discuss the project goals, the research behind the redesign, and some metrics for measuring the current and future success of the tutorial. Part 2 documents a process you can use for creating a URL funnel.  Part 3 provides some tips and tricks learned during the

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Measure Your Wiki’s Activity with Google Analytics for Confluence

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This is a guest post by David Simpson, Senior Developer at AppFusions, and creator of both the Google Analytics for Confluence and Webtrends Analytics for Confluence plugins. Is your Confluence Wiki adoption GROWING? You introduced Confluence Wiki into your organization months ago. Over time it's been getting busier and busier. "This is good!", you think, "The early days were slow, but adoption is picking up!" The activity on your Confluence Dashboard is an endless stream

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