The search engine giant has come under fire for targeting users with ads based on their race and ethnicity, but the company is responding by offering free web design tools that will help you optimize your website.
The free web app, which is available on iOS and Android devices, has already been downloaded over 400,000 times.
The Google Analytics free web application was developed by Google Analytics partner Vastly to help developers and marketers improve their websites and services.
The application is based on Google Analytics web analytics platform, which includes features like social media analytics and demographic tracking.
“We wanted to offer a way to make it easy for anyone to understand how we can improve our search engine ranking, especially for our community,” said Dan Stapleton, a senior web designer at Vastle.
“We’re really excited about the free tool, and hope you find it helpful!”
Vastly has been using the Google Analytics data for several months, and has been working to improve the app’s accuracy.
The new tool will let you customize and optimize your web pages based on users’ race and ethnic background, and provide a dashboard for tracking which keywords people are searching for, what they are searching, and how their search history is showing up on your website and on Google.
For example, if you search for “white women,” you’ll see a list of all the white women on your site that you can click to view their demographic profile.
You can also see their most popular searches, as well as how many of them are in your audience.
The dashboard also includes an analytics page that tracks your keywords, the percentage of search results that contain your keywords and a ranking chart for the keywords.
You’ll also see the number of times your keywords are ranked in search results, as a percentage of the total search results for your keywords.
Vastle also provides an online analytics tool for businesses that want to learn more about their keyword performance and see how their keyword search is impacting their bottom line.
Vastles website shows the average performance of keywords across the web, which gives a better indication of how your keywords perform across the entire web.
The app has also been optimized to display the search results on your device with a few extra settings added.
Vasterly says the Google analytics app has been downloaded 400,001 times and has over 200,000 unique users.
You can find the Google stats app on iOS, Android, and the web.
The app is free and will work on both desktop and mobile.
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