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    Use Google Analytics without Slowing Your Page Load Times

    Google has recently added a new feature for Analytics called Asynchronous Tracking.

    Asynchronous Tracking allows you to use the Analytics JavaScript without delaying your page loads.

    It's a bit more difficult to use than the "regular" Analytics JavaScript, because you have to manually edit the JavaScript to add your Analytics ID. It's not exactly plug and play, but if you can't edit a JavaScript you're in the wrong business anyway.
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