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Submitted by deadman121 512d ago | opinion piece

Google Analytics April Fools Joke!

Gadget Mill: We just recently introduced a new product to the lineup of the gadgets we buy – the iPotty. We then distributed this information across the social networks we use such as Facebook and Twitter.

After a few moments we decided to see how popular this new gadget was amongst our followers and found the following Google Analytics April fools joke! (Culture, Gadgets, Google, Industry, Services, Software, Web)

deadman121  +   512d ago
When I first saw that, I was a bit confused to why the numbers weren't adding up lol *blonde moment*
bub16  +   511d ago
the new analytics and adsense system is a complete joke. i was hoping it was april fools but its not!!

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