Avoid Site Redesign Mistakes Undertaking a redesign is usually a pretty big project. In addition to the actual design work, there are so many little details related to SEO and marketing that you need to consider. To help [...]
Get the important information... Do you use ranking reports? Do you place a lot of value on the data in those reports? If so, here is something to consider…. While ranking reports can be a good tool to [...]
Worldwide Mobile Applications Market As per the analysis and growth forecasts for the Worldwide Mobile Applications Market the apps business has finally ‘come of age’ and this worldwide success story is now growing fast. Apps generated an [...]
I have a very bad habit and maybe you can identify with this. For some of my higher traffic sites, I tend to look at my Google Analytics data a few times a day to see what’s happening, see what [...]
In this article, we’ll walk through one of our processes for measuring site quality. By the end of the how to, we’ll discover: what type of content we currently have that brings in strong traffic (our top ten list for the day), a non-performing page that needs repurposing, updating or deletion, new key terms we haven’t yet targeted, and at least five new topics for our next blogging cycle. Get ready to follow along – learn what to look for! Grab a pen and paper, because here goes nothing!
Now, in the SEO industry, Google Web Analytics is a touchy subject. So, for those in the industry who feel the need to yell and rant because I’m adding “Google” to the title, yell on, while I talk to the target audience. Because, you see, GA is a free analytics platform. Thus, it’s widely used by many business owners small and large. As well, tons of SEO tools incorporate with Google Analytics, such as Raven Tools – a product I’m testing now. While you can use the analytics program offered with most web hosting platforms, many find it hard to read the raw data. Thus, GA – nuff’ said. […]
One of the search terms that hit our site was “minimum amount of time to find keywords for SEO”. Somewhere out there, someone is trying to find out the shortest amount of time this part of the campaign will take. [...]
Before we get into our SEO services with a client, one of the first things we say is “Do you have analytics installed on your site?” We aren’t the only ones; in fact, some form of analytics is preferable for [...]