Let Google Analytics tell you when your visitors are having a bad experience
Why error messages are a shortcut to improving customer experience, why use virtual page views to track errors, and how to choose a pageview structure to get the best from the content drilldown report, are the topics covered here.
How Google Cost Me $4 Million
How can being banished from Google, the source of 80% of your traffic, be the best thing that happened to you? SEO is powerful and dangerous. Tread lightly.
Intelligence Just Got Smarter!
Wondering what’s going on behind the traffic? Here’s the answer to your question.
If you have linked your Google Analytics account with an AdWords account, Intelligence will now automatically surface important changes in your AdWords campaigns performance right in Google Analytics. So, in addition to the alerts you are used to getting, such as time on site and revenue, you’ll now receive alerts about your AdWords campaigns and the traffic they are bringing to your website.
Revisiting High Quality SEO – What Did Google’s Updates Mean for You?
Nothing’s permanent except change, right? Why not prepare for it?
Win the Google Quality Score Battle – For Real This Time
Say goodbye to the effects of recession and have a recession-proof investment by improving your Quality Score
Part IV: Go (Con)figure
This was originally part of yesterday’s post, however with the bonus there was already too much information.
Don’t panic. Configure is just a fancy computer word for “settings.” What’s your site title? The tag line? Displays? WordPress is so kind, that it will walk you through each of these questions with the greatest of ease. Continue reading “WordPress 3.0 Demystified – Part 4A”
Part IV: Plug it in, plug it in
So far in part one we installed configured the WordPress database on the server and uploaded the software. In part two we learned about WordPress Themes and installed Thesis and finally in part three we customized the Thesis theme and added a widget to the sidebar.
Today we will concentrate on some background information with plug-ins. These are additional coding treats that help you and your website perform better. You’ll install one that alerts you to broken links, one that creates forms, another to improve the editor, and the last that makes your site easy to read on mobile units. Below the presentation is my list of “must haves” and a few others. Continue reading “WordPress 3.0 Demystified – Part 4”