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Is there a possible way to open a Google analytics account to be seen for everyone? of course only for viewing reports not for edit goals and other stuff.

I haver seen the option to give access to certain users, I would like to have something like this but for any user on the web.

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There is a 3rd party site that allows you to do this: seethestats.com – Chris Oct 1 '10 at 4:53
Another 3rd party solution: EmbeddedAnalytics.com – M Schenkel Jan 6 '13 at 20:00
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As far as I know, Google Analytics doesn't allow this. That's why many people who need public display of statistics (such as for advertisers) use Quantcast - it's very similar to Google Analytics but completely public.

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I'll give a check. – juanefren Oct 1 '10 at 3:40

If you have access to a web server, you can run Piwik.

Also, if you want to use it in a server and install it easily (literally one-click), you can use something like Amahi (link included above - since I am limited to one link), which is meant for home/small business or VPS server deployment.

Disclaimer: I am a fan of Piwik and I packaged it for one-click install for Amahi. I started Amahi, which has one of the largest (if not the largest) web app "app store" for easy deployment.

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