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Integrate and Take Action on Real-Time Chartbeat Data for Your Drupal Site [September 18, 2012]

Want to learn more about Acquia’s products, services, and happenings in the Drupal Community? Visit our site:

Join Acquia and Chartbeat for this upcoming webinar where we’ll show you how to quickly (seconds, promise) add Chartbeat real-time code to your site and begin tracking your audience traffic, behaviors, and engagement through your website, iOS app, and social streams.

We’ll share best practices from the thousands of sites using Chartbeat to show you how you can:

• See what's driving a traffic spike as it's happening
• See the immediate effect of taking action on low traffic days
• Understand how engaged your visitors are with your content while they're browsing your site
• Track your social actions and watch how they drive traffic to your site
• Deep-dive into each page and piece of content on your site to learn your site’s traffic and engagement patterns

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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

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