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Google Analytics Denies New Signups Until Further Notice

Allegedly due to high demand, Google Analytics has temporarily disabled new signups.

According to the official statement:

Over the last week, we’ve experienced extraordinarily high demand for Google Analytics, so much that we’ve had to disable new signups to ensure the best possible user experience for our customers. We are aware that some of our users have experienced a slow-down in seeing their reporting data due to the huge demand, and we’re working hard to make report data as fresh and current as possible.

We are also diligently adding more capacity so that we can re-open signups as soon as possible. If you want to be notified about when signups will re-open, please enter your e-mail address on our signup page. We are grateful for the interest that you and the entire online community has in Google Analytics.

Just goes to show you no matter how often people profess to blog “for personal expression,” they still have the insatiable urge to know if they are being read or not. Or if they’re earning from it.

Present blogger included.

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