Picture this, you have an excellent website with nice pages and posts, but you have no clue how these pages perform. Sound familiar? How do you know if people like the posts you’re writing? Where do you find out if your pages convert visitors into newsletter subscribers or customers? The answer lies in the data …Read: "Analytics basics: Which posts and pages perform best"
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If you’re an SEO-newbie you’ll probably hear lots of new and complicated terms. In our SEO basics-series, we’ll explain all these terms and concepts to you. In this post, I’ll go into user signals. What exactly are user signals? And what do user signals have to do with SEO? What do you need to know …Read: "What are user signals?"
You might’ve noticed some features in beta under the Audience tab. One of those beta features is Cohort Analysis. I started looking at this analysis because I was curious. As is often the case with Google Analytics, it wasn’t evident right away. So that’s why I thought I’d delve into it a bit more and try …Read: "What is Cohort Analysis in Google Analytics?"
Google Analytics offers many ways to customize the data you’re tracking. One of these ways to track visitors, exactly the way you want, is custom campaign tracking. In this post, I’ll explain what custom campaigns are and how you can use them. Custom campaigns Custom campaigns are best explained with an example. We use custom campaigns to …Read: "How to use custom campaigns"
One of the most frequently asked questions by fellow SEO consultants probably is: “What online marketing tools do you use?” In the ever-changing SEO world, it was time for us to update our list with the present day tools we use on a very regular basis in a variety of projects. Some of these tools …Read: "Tools to improve your online marketing campaign"
“I came, I puked, I left” is a very famous definition of the bounce rate by Avinash Kaushik. But what does it mean exactly? When does a visitor bounce? Is it purely a visitor that hits the back button or is there more to it? And what can you tell by looking at the bounce …Read: "Understanding bounce rate in Google Analytics"
Perhaps you’ve heard about it: Google Tag Manager. Google introduced this tool 5 years ago, a tool that would make marketers less dependent on developers and that would, therefore, speed up your marketing process. Google Tag Manager has evolved over the years becoming a more complete and easy to use tool. Here I want to …Read: "Google Tag Manager: an introduction"
Custom Dimensions is a very powerful ‘tool’ within Google Analytics which will give you a lot of extra tracking power. However, the fact that it’s powerful also means that it can be hard to understand or know what you can do with it exactly. What are custom dimensions and how you can use and find them …Read: "Google Analytics custom dimensions"
There are quite a few tracking features in Google Analytics for which you have to do a bit more than just implement the UA-code on your pages. One of those features is the ‘goal’. The goal is a feature in which you can track one of the following things: how many people reach a designated …Read: "Perfecting your goals in Google Analytics"
Google Analytics is a powerful tool. However, it does take quite some time to get used to it, which is why many people are missing out on a lot of functionalities. They simply don’t know some options exists. So today, I’ll explain a feature that I find very useful: Google Analytics dashboards. Here, you’ll read what they …Read: "How to create and use dashboards in Google Analytics"