Build it, and they will come. When referring to website visitors this mantra may (or may not) be true, but that’s only part of the story. What truly matters is what happens when your visitors reach your site. If they glance at it and don’t like what they see, they will leave without performing any actions. That’s called a bounce, and that’s usually a bad sign.Read More
In this video, I will teach you to remove Internal Traffic from your Google Analytics so you can have cleaner data to make better marketing decisions.
Paid press release distribution services syndicate news to their own networks of sites, journalists, bloggers, media outlets, and syndication partners. It places news in front of target customers to ensure that it is effective and successful. Using a press release site helps a business grow. It establishes a brand, However, not all paid PR services are created equal. There is good, better, and the best. Let’s take a look at …Read More
In this article I’ll show you how to setup Google Search Console
There are few things more important to your website than proper SEO. Whether making sure your pages have the correct amount of characters for their metadata descriptions, having your most recent changes indexed in search engines, or even just knowing if you have any broken links or 404 pages, there are a lot of factors under the hood to keep track of. Google Search Console (formerly Webmaster Tools) has positioned itself as one of the most useful and reliable SEO tools, as befitting the search engine giant that developed it. If you want to take advantage, but don’t know where to start, read on for our helpful guide on how to get Search Console running for your website.Read More
Have you noticed ?fbclid in your Google Analytics reports recently? Does it look like this? Here’s how you can remove fbclid from your Google Analytics to get your Google Analytics reports looking nice an clean again. What is FBCLID? FBCLID is a parameter that Facebook placed on outbound links shared on Facebook. Basicially, if your website has been shared on Facebook by you or someone else you can track this acitivity …Read More
Do you have a website or a blog? Chances are pretty good that you do. Have you ever wondered how many visitors stop by to visit to your site? Where they come from? What pages or posts they’re reading while they’re there? Or even worse, what they’re NOT reading? If you answered “YES!” to any of these questions, then this post is for you. Welcome to my Beginner’s Guide to Google …Read More