Back in 2010, I wrote a blog post providing guidance on adding Google Analytics tracking code to Blogger.com blogs. The post has sat dormant for some time now, and within the last 3 weeks, I have had several emails requesting help in setting up Blogger analytics.
The post I wrote two years ago is completely out of date, so it’s time to provide some new instructions.
A simple concepts, and a bit of review… Chances are, you’ve placed some content on your web site or blog and made it available for your users to download. If that is the case, I’m guessing you believe your content to be useful to your audience (and it probably is). Wouldn’t it be helpful to [...]
The basics of creating Google Analytics Annotations and why you might want to use them when monitoring your web traffic/trends.
Dec 28, 2012: This post is out of date, but many have been emailing me for instructional guidance. I have re-written instructions on adding tracking code to Blogger. Click here to view new instructional post. Here’s a quick an easy “how to” on adding Google Analytics tracking code to your blogger site. First – if [...]
Title grab you did it? That’s a common thing I am hearing from my customers coming off the holiday shopping season. Well maybe not in those exact words, but here is what I am hearing starting off this new year… “My traffic is way down on my site, what is going on?” or “You are [...]
Working through year end reports for some 30+ small to medium sized businesses, what is evident is those who had a successful 2009 online are the ones who were actively working their websites to grow their online presence. The proof is in the analytical data. I have completed about 25% of my year end status [...]
eCommerce sites tend to be a bit easier to monitor and rate success with online goals being sales. Sites that are not selling online still need to generate business – otherwise what’s the point of being online right? Hopefully you are using Google Analytics to set goals for your site and to monitor their success. [...]
Good Morning my internet friends! It’s time to stop and talk about the importance of growing your website traffic versus the importance of improving your site content to increase conversions (Yet Again). If you are the proud owner of a new website – and by new I mean less than 18 months old – [...]
Google Analytics Tip for this week. Use the filter tools to exclude traffic from certain IP addresses to your Analytics reports to get a better (and more realistic) picture of your web site’s traffic. Here are few key things to remember when doing this, and some basic Google Analytics set up instructions. Filtering IP addresses [...]
Search Keyterms (or key words) are still a primary focus in web site search engine optimization and do continue to contribute to higher search result ranking. While search rank should not be a primary focus, it should one of many internet marketing goals. However, there is no point in achieving high search result ranking if [...]