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Thursday, December 2, 2010 | 10:32 AM

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There are many people who work diligently behind the scenes to ensure that Google Analytics users are receiving quality support online. Aruna, who is based in Hyderabad, India, is one of those dedicated people who ensures that the Google Analytics Help Forum keeps on ticking. - Ed.

Do you need answers to your Google Analytics questions? Do you want advice on customizing the tracking code? Eager to share your knowledge with other Google Analytics users?

The Google Analytics Help Forum is a community of people like you, who enjoy helping each other figure out the best ways to use Google Analytics. You can share your expertise or seek out answers in this user-powered community. Also, there are active Googlers such as myself who are monitoring the forum and chiming in as often as we can. It's probably the quickest way to get help. Usually, you don't have to wait 24 hours for a response.

Our top contributors are highly knowledgeable and will point you to the right resources to help you troubleshoot your issue. We love giving them a shout out here - maybe next month it'll be you or someone who helped you.

Our top contributor from the Japan and Asia-Pacific (JAPAC) region for the month of October is Rooney.Ronaldo from Mysore, India.

Thank you! Maybe we'll send you a little fun Google Analytics swag (or already have :-). And to everyone else writing responses and jumping in and helping out - thanks. And to those posting questions - thanks as well. It helps us figure out what's puzzling for our users, or what’s causing problems, so we can improve the product. This community never ceases to amaze us - you have driven improvements and refinements that make this product great. We're listening and evolving.

So, why wait when you have a question or a tip about GA? If you can't find the answer in our other resources such as the do-it-yourself resources under "Learning Center" over on the right hand side of this page, then go social and post them here in the forum.