Category Archives: Google Analytics

Is the content on your website old and stinky? Old content on your website will hurt your rankings in the search engines, but old stinky content will also keep your customers from coming back. In this 5 minute video we show you a few SEO tips on how you can do a content inventory and easily update your website.

Do you find yourself lost in Google Analytics?
Don’t you wish someone could come out with a simple road-map that you could follow to set up your account, to set up filters and understand all that data that Google Analytics can provide?
In conjunction with Sheila Kloefkorn and Ryan Grimes from KEO Marketing we present the following one-hour video replay that will walk you through how to set-up and optimize your Google Analytics account.
In this SEO Training Video available to our members you will discover:

Analytics Integration and Reporting
Automatic Alerts
Custom Alerts
Custom Reporting
Advanced Filters
Weighed Sorts
Pivot by
Annotations
Advanced Segmentation
Multiple Custom Variables

If you are not a member […]

Today we hosted a free one hour webinar in conjunction with Sheila Kloefkorn and Ryan Grimes from KEO Marketing on Google Analytics.
Google Analytics is a free service offered by Google that provides detailed statistics about the visitors of your website and is currently installed in over 50% of the top 1,000,000 websites ranked by Alexa.
Shelia kicked off the presentation by giving a brief overview of Google Analytics and why it is so important for online businesses to analyze the data to improve performance and the profitability of their websites and then gave an overview of the top ten enhancements that […]

 

 

 

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