Tag: google analytics

How to Setup Goals in Google Analytics to Track Mailing List Conversions

Posted by Mark Thompson - July 8, 2011 - Analytics

When you are looking to make money online, one of the first things you have to do is build your mailing list. The more opt-ins you have, the more you are likely to make when promoting your own products, or those of your affiliates. But how do you know what makes your visitors convert into […]

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Why You Should Monitor Bounce Rate for Each Browser?

Posted by Joshua Ziering - March 8, 2011 - Analytics

One of the biggest challenges I face as an SEO consultant is making sure that the changes my clients make to their sites aren’t effecting the goals that I am trying to accomplish for them. For the most part, I allow my clients to do whatever they want to their sites after I educate them […]

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Without Analytics, You Might As Well Be Working In The Dark

Posted by Nitin Aggarwal - February 10, 2011 - Analytics

Have you ever tried running in the dark? I know you can’t – I have tried. It is the same with running a website. If you don’t know what is happening inside your site, you won’t be able to steer it towards success. Unfortunately, very few of us tend to pay attention to analytics and […]

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