Also, how is this being implemented? are you implementing different analytics code for each page or is there only one piece of tracking code for the entire website?
Testing the functionality might be more difficult because I don't THINK that the statistics are tracking in real time. They are generally updated daily. So if you wanted to track whether or not hits are being registered it might take a little bit.
There are a few areas to test. There is the summary, which can be tested primarily using the above. However, in the report there is a report which shows geographic information and there is another report that details the traffic origin (from search engines, referred, or direct).
You can test geograpghic information by using public proxies from different countries and making note of the proxy IP address. This should register a hit from that country in your tracking.
For the other report you can try something like 1) direct hit by typing the site into the address bar. 2) From a referring site by placing a link on another website and following that link. 3) finding some keywords or phrases that bring up your site in Google, Yahoo, and Bing and link the link from the search results and verify that the result is a hit from that search engine and keyword or term.
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