We’re sending out analytics reports this week, and so far every client has had a nice website traffic increase for Quarter 1. That’s what we like to see, and what […]
One of the great things about your website is that it will go ahead and work for you while you’re out doing other things. It will, assuming you have a […]
Your website’s traffic is the starting point for web analytics reports, and of course everyone is happy to hear about their increases in traffic. Me, too. But up and down […]
Google Analytics provides rich web analytics and an ever-increasing range of features — for free. We install Google Analytics in every website we build or manage, and you should do […]
We’ve been looking at examples of rising traffic at websites and treating that as though it were the norm, but that’s only one side of the story. Sometimes traffic goes […]
There are lots of things that your website’s analytics can’t tell you, especially when it comes to human thoughts. The client who told me yesterday, “Here’s something that analytics can’t […]
When I first started using Google Analytics, I had been using another form of web stats for a while. Google showed about a tenth as many visits as my old […]
You want steady traffic at your blog, of course, but it’s also good to catch the seasonal waves as they come. Bringing new people to your blog with seasonal search […]
Most forums have cycles: new members post some particular question or rant, old members come in and answer it in a predictable way, and the subject dies down for a […]
SEO requires constant research, and most SEO professionals have sites they play around with for testing purposes. Our lab site launched on April 18th. We’ve been gradually testing things — […]
I write reviews for Amazon. Me and thousands of other people. I get a certain amount of correspondence relative to my reviews there — people asking if they can send […]
Google Intelligence is one of the options on your Google Analytics Dashboard. As you can see in the screenshot here, the button for it is just below the “Dashboard” button.
When I write about Google Analytics, I generally write as though you were going to your own analytics account and reading the data there. However, many business owners receive a […]
How can you expect traffic to progress at your new website?
We recently did an SEO makeover for Bill West Roofing, a roofing contractor in Kansas City. Initially, the company contacted us thinking about PPC or magic behind-the-scenes optimization. They liked […]