From a flatten perspective for pages thats thats ok as you can drill down, but the section metric needs to be seperate from the pages metric. Right now your page gathers it seems sections and pages in one(makes it confusing as am I looking at pages or folders?) What if i want only folder or pages, which is not ideal as a section report should be based on the taxonical structure of a URL(sub folder architecture).
GA and piwik lack a proper ability to track sections. Often all pages within a given sub folder need to be tracked and then compared.(listed in a reportlet)
- news 1,186,308 15.8%
- health 1,174,581 15.7%
- life 907,709 12.1%
- sports 822,928 11.0%
- blogs/2012 573,849 11.9%
- life/astrology 418,241 8.7%
Sub sub section
- life/organization/apple-store-0x60ee5 54,597 1.7%
- sports/soccer/euro2012 39,444 1.3%
Because you are capturing data on a folder basis you can now capture complete totals and start to trend or compare 2 folders to each other
Site Section day 1 day 2 difference
- health 45,462 15.7% 47,261 15.9% 1,799 4.0%
- life 37,397 12.9% 39,734 13.4% 2,337 6.2%
- news 36,759 12.7% 43,200 14.5% 6,441 17.5%
- sports 30,912 10.7% 33,175 11.2% 2,263 7.3%
These types reports are critial as it saves having to group pages of various URLs do a report, then run another report for a the same pages on different date and compare the 2.
Eventually do a correlations from these reults… open a new dimension to the analysis, speed up reporting for teh end user. Compacts dashboards, matches how large companies do business as tehy sell by sections, analyze by sections and like reporting by sections etc.
Hope i made sense.