Google Social Analytics: How the Pages Report Can Boost Content & Social Performance was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips . Google’s new social reporting in Analytics rolled out recently and many site owners are pleased to have data that tracks social media ROI integrated right into the analytics they use every day. With six new reporting functions, there’s lots of ways you can assess the value of social media in conversions, the value individual social networks have and how your content is shared across networks. In this post, we’ll hone in on the Pages report and how you can use it to track content performance across social networks and grow community. This short-and-sweet post is a prelude to a more in-depth look at the new social reporting in Google Analytics in our SEO Newsletter, set to hit inboxes this week. But because we love you, we’ll give you access to the Analytics article a little early

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Google Social Analytics: How the Pages Report Can Boost Content & Social Performance