Analytics in the early days of the World Wide Web consisted mainly of simple hit counters that tracked page views.
How times have changed.
Today, Web analytics tools can deliver everything from page heat maps to purchase probabilities.
An infographic (below) from InfoTrust explores that evolution, focusing largely on Google Analytics.
It also looks at what the future holds for analytics.
Check out the infographic:
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