Category Archive: Google Analytics

May 02

5 Tips for Measuring Social Media Success

You have a website that tells everyone about your company, products and services. You have a blog that is updated from time to time and you spend a lot of time on social media network sites to interact and communicate with people as potential clients for your business. You do these tasks each day and …

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Apr 14

TekkBuzz Podcast #21: How Do Your Google Analytics Measure Up? Play in new window | DownloadGoogle Analytics:  Do you have any idea how many people visit your website in one day, or one week, or one year perhaps? If you don’t, it’s time to start using Google Analytics.  Find out what I measure and often.  Learn how I use those numbers to assess my …

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Jun 08

June Traffic Report

Website visitors                             1417 Facebook Friends                            123 Twitter Followers                             1367 LinkedIn Connections                    219 Email List Members                         535 Inbound links                                   330 The big change in stats this month is the number of email list members. Thank you to all of you who have recently joined our community.  This new portion of the community …

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Nov 30

Google Analytics Dashboard

If you’re thinking of using Google Analytics to track the effectiveness of your website, I want to show you what the dashboard will look like. You see the graph at the top is showing the number of  visitors who are visiting your website over time.  This is a very satisfying number to watch as you …

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Aug 24

Can Google Analytics Help You in Improving Your Website?

Okay, so you’ve signed up for a Google Analytics and you’ve already been given the code which you have installed on your website. Aside from helping you determine the actual number of people who visit your site each day, you can also use the data that you will be getting from Google Analytics in order …

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