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Google Analytics can be intimidating. Maybe you’re one of those people who log in, see your website traffic stats and then leave — everything else is all too complicated to understand. If you are, you’re not alone. In fact, 80 percent of retailers are using Google Analytics incorrectly.But don’t give up on Google Analytics just yet. Even though it might be overwhelming now, with just a few tips I can show you how to use Google Analytics to increase your website traffic by leaps and bounds. You don’t need to be a tech wiz to implement these strategies that will grow your website visitors from a minuscule amount into a gigantic crowd.Get ready to learn how to use your website stats to your advantage, here’s how to use Google Analytics to boost traffic.Look at SEO queries and landing page
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Autonomous Vehicles "Self-driving cars are the natural extension of active safety and obviously something we should do." These were the words of Elon Musk, CEO and co- founder of electric car giant, Tesla back in 2013. It's a view shared by many people active in the car industry today. Written by Andrew Flaxman In recent years, the entire automotive sector appears to have broadened its focus to develop systems for autonomous vehicles, with the main aim of developing a safe driverless vehicle. Of course, the technology required for such vehicles has been in development for years - computer processor technology capable of performing millions of vital functions in fractions of a second, and communications technologies to allow vehic...
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Data is pivotal in all marketing campaigns.Companies that leverage data are able to better understand their customers.Data-driven marketing results in greater customer loyalty, customer engagement, and increases in the number of customers.However, we mostly use data to inform SEO, PPC, or social campaigns. These areas of marketing are clearly data-driven. But, there’s no reason we can’t use data to create better blog content, too.The trouble is, most people see content marketing as a creative endeavor. This is certainly true as content needs to be engaging for readers.Yet, we also use content marketing to get results (i.e., generate leads or sales).To get the highest impact results in content marketing, we have to use a data-driven approach.So, here’s how to use data collected from Goog
This might sound funny by now because we've been talking about Google adding voice query data and filters to the Google Search Console Search Analytics report a lot last year. In fact, Google said they will be doing so but then dialed that back a bit, only to later to request more details from the webmaster community.At this point, it is unclear if or when Google will let webmasters filter their Search Analytics reports by voice queries. The latest is from John Mueller of Google who wrote on Twitter the other day that bringing such a filter is "not out of the question."He said:We discuss that from time to time, it's not out of the question. I know folks ask about it a lot.We discuss that from time to time, it's not out of the question. I know folks ask about it a lot.— John ☆.o(
On Friday, Google announced that the Search Console Search Analytics API now lets developers request 25,000 rows of data per request. This figure is up from 5,000 rows of data per request previously. Google also added 16 months of data to the Search Analytics API, so giving developers a way to get more data out of the API is a good thing. Google said, “Are you using the Search Console Search Analytics API? We recently increased the max results/request to 25k and put together a guide for getting all your site’s data.” Are you using the Search Console Search Analytics API ⚙️? We recently increased the max results/request to 25k and put together a guide for getting all your site's data. Check it out & play with some code!https://t.co/cEZewKW32i — Google
A bug in Google Analytics is causing no data to be shown within the “Users” segment in some accounts.This issue was brought to my attention by Joe Youngblood, an SEO who tells me he has encountered the problem in the GA accounts of over a dozen sites.“On over a dozen client accounts when trying to compare 2018 vs 2016 within the “Users” segment the entire data chart flat lines and shows nothing but zeroes throughout.”He sent along screenshots showing that the problem occurs when comparing data, but apparently not when the data is being viewed on its own.Youngblood goes on to say he encountered the issue on the day GDPR went into effect, and it is affecting accounts that have been set to not have their data automatically expire.“This started on GDPR day and seems to be creeping forward a