‘Newer is better’ is a fairly common misconception about the world. This viewpoint is especially prevalent when it comes to the relevancy of financial and economic data. We may think we want the most up-to-date information as it’s released, but it often takes a little longer for the reliability of data to even out.
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Google Analytics is a free service offered by Google that generates detailed statistics about the visitors to a website, in order to allow users to track, monitor and analyse user behaviour on a particular site, in order to aid search engine optimisation, and manage ppc campaigns.
This page contains links to all the Net Age articles which deal with the topic of analytics.
Recently, Google has instituted a policy of encrypting searches that people make when they’re logged in to Google, and as a result, not providing the search terms they used to Analytics.
If you’re a regular Analytics user, you might have noticed that Analytics no longer offers the site overlay feature. Instead, it’s been replaced by a brand new feature, called In-Page Analytics.
One of the greatest advantages of using the internet to market your products and services lies in the fact that online activity related to your web presence can be easily measured.
If you use a pay per click campaign as part of your online marketing efforts, you should be tracking and analysing all your data, and you’re all doing that, right? If you are, then you might have noticed that your PPC dashboard numbers don’t necessarily match your analytics dashboard data. In this article, we’ll suggest a couple of reasons why it might be happening.
Google Trends is a public web tool released by Google, that provides a graphic representation of how frequently any given term is searched for, according to date, region and language.
Few names stand out as much, in the field of website analytics, as that of Avinash Kaushik, co-founder of Market Motive, author of Web Analytics: An Hour A Day, and Google’s official Analytics Evangelist.
Google makes a wide variety of different applications available to their users, most of them freely. As well as being free, many of them are fun, engaging, useful, or all three. For your convenience, here’s a list of Google application, as well as links to them.
Search engine marketing, or SEM as it is abbreviated, generally refers to the practice of increasing exposure to your online business platform through search engine results.
Pay per click advertising, or PPC, is a popular internet advertising model in which the companies that advertise pay the host only when a user clicks on their advert.
Google Analytics is a free service from Google that allows users to track data about visitors to their site. It achieves this by generating detailed statistics that may be analysed, to create an accurate picture of user behaviour.
PPC, or pay per click, advertising has become a relatively simple and effective way of marketing your business on the web. Essentially, PPC marketing involves advertisers offering a bid on specific keywords that form part of users search terms, in an effort to have their website displayed near the top of search engine results.
When viewing your Google Analytics it is important to know the basics. This article contains a basic glossary of various Google Analytics terms.
When deciding to engage in a PPC campaign many companies are faced with the choice of whether to attempt the activity themselves, or to outsource the task to a Pay Per Click company.
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and Pay Per Click (PPC) have become the two most prominent forms of web marketing today.