Setting up goals in Google Analytics has a number of benefits. It will help you assess your customer traffic, develop a better understanding of what you're able to accomplish, and see how changes to your website are helping you meet those critical goals that have the power to shape your customer relationships and help you meet your sales quotas.
Getting to Know Google Analytics When you speak to customers about Google Analytics, you can see their faces glaze over. They know it’s an important tool to use, the stats vital to track and measure their website’s traffic, not to mention that it’s completely free! So why are so many people afraid of getting to know GA? I think they think it’s too ‘techy’ for them. So with this in mind I have put together a blog post of what you need to know if you are a beginner setting off on your GA journey. You will also find this infographic
Make your Blog Posts current, timely and continue to add value to your SEO Upcycling your blog posts from time to time will give them a better purpose by making them more relevant to whatever is current at the time. Here are a few simple tips on how to make your blog Posts current, timely and continue to add value to your SEO. 1.Upcycle Your Information: Edit old out of date information by updating your blog post and replacing it with new fact, statistics, written content and quotations. 2.Upcycle Your Title: Change the titles of your blog posts to something