Archive for the ‘Google Analytics’ Category

(Not Provided) – What Does it Mean?

Many website owners along with our own clients would have noticed that in Google Analytics there is a new phrase being used, namely, (not provided). You can see in the below snapshot of Google Analytics where this (not provided) phrase may appear:     This may stir some concern, but the origins of this, (not […]

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Google Secure Search

Google has announced that they are making searches made on, ‘google.com’ secure by default if you are signed into a Google Account. What this means is that when users search from ‘google.com’ while logged into their Google account their search query will be encrypted. Without being too geeky this means that you, as a website […]

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Google Analytics – Real-Time Updates

Exciting news from Google came recently in the form or an announcement about analytics. With the tag-line: What’s happening on your site right now? Google have announced that analytics will start rolling out the new feature which allows real-time updates onto the analytics platform. This is a fantastic innovation from Google which is not only […]

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Google Async code and Webmaster Tools… but beware!

Google’s asynchronous code has been a great development for Web site analytics.  It is an improved way to track Web site traffic. It is faster, more accurate and eliminates dependency errors if the Java Script hasn’t fully loaded. Another great plus is that you will no longer have to load Google Webmaster Tools verification code. Google will now […]

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Tagging your Email Campaigns to Measure Performance

Emailing campaigns are am import part of a lot of companies online marketing effort. They can be a cost effective way of increasing visitors and business of your Web site, but like any online project it is important to measure and evaluate your campaign in terms of ROI. You can add campaign tags to the […]

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