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Google Analytics – All The Power You Need

Achieving online business success requires clear goals and metrics to measure by. Harness the power of Google Analytics and find all the power you need. 7th Grade Mistakes In 7th Grade my English class read the Newberry Medal winning book “Sounder,” by William H. Armstrong. It was a big deal, with several weeks spent reading […]

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Marketing Planning Survival Guide Part I: Google Analytics

Planning your digital marketing strategy can seem a lot like being dropped in the Amazon and fending for yourself. What’s the best kind of trap for snaring the critters I plan on eating? How can I make it to the river without getting hugged to death by an anaconda? And how do I avoid contracting […]

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A Practical Guide to Google Analytics

Google Analytics is really pretty special. It’s free, and it gives business owners and marketers oodles of data about consumer behavior. With it, however, comes the often-daunting task of sifting through each and every oodle to identify the most valuable pieces of data for your business. But Google Analytics can be tamed—it’s all about being […]

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19 Signs Your Website Sucks & What to Do about It

Let’s get real about websites and the web in general. It’s not as easy as it looks. I know it. You know it. It’s certainly not that easy to have a great website. It takes a whole lot of work to design, implement and maintain. Websites are hard. But, here’s the thing: websites are important. […]

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Google Analytics Best Practices: View Setup

As long-time veterans of the SEO world, we’ve come up with a set of best practices based on Google’s own recommendations and our very own tried-and-true methods. When setting up new views for a property, we encourage you to use these best practices whether you’re a first time Google Analytics (GA) user, a seasoned veteran […]

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Google’s “Not Provided” To Cover All Organic Search

Last week, Google celebrated its 15th birthday. In exchange for relying on Google search day in and out, Google gave us two gifts: A hummingbird and “Not provided” search data. What’s New With Not Provided? Since October 2011, Google started to withhold search term data for anyone who was logged in to a Google account […]

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