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A bug in Google's Chrome and Apple's Safari prevents your analytics from being useful. Every search engine user who switches to these fast and streamlined Web browsers goes off your radar. That is, you can't track search queries from these searchers.
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from baiduyou 2199 Days ago #
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Surprised this hasn't been fixed yet; in Chrome at the very least. Thanks for the heads up.

from seobro 2199 Days ago #
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Talk about the shoemakers children going bare foot, but this is too much.

from NickWilsdon 2198 Days ago #
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You kind of wonder why the GA people aren't mentioning this to the Chrome folk. Does no one talk to each other in the Google cafeteria? ;o)

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from Sebastian 2198 Days ago #
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Nick, can you talk with a mouth full of awesome free food?

from mr603 2198 Days ago #
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That Google cafeteria... It's the reason all these little flaws happen. Get them back on the gruel!

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