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Searching without result

1 October 2009 by Joost de Valk » - 25 Comments

start with keyword research

Already a long time ago Justin Cutroni wrote a great post a while back on Tracking Zero Result Searches in Google Analytics. Tracking zero result searches on your website (corporate site, eCommerce website or your blog) is vital to get a glimpse of what your visitors are looking for but can’t find on your website. Let’s go »

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Measuring SEO: why rankings are worthless

10 September 2008 by Eduard Blacquière » - 63 Comments

what does google do

While Joost is enjoying his well deserved honeymoon, he asked me to do a post as guest blogger. “As long as it’s anything about search”, he said. Alright, that’s not so hard :) I thought I’d dive into the discussion of search engine rankings and what the value is in SEO. To match the style »

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Using segmentation in Google Analytics for WordPress RSS readers

15 October 2007 by Joost de Valk » - 13 Comments

segments in google analytics

One of the things I’ve been wanting to do for a while seems to be finally nearing completion. Google Analytics allows you to segment users into custom segments, and there’s one segment I’ve been aching for. I want to be able to segment RSS readers, to be able to see the different browsing behavior of »

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