Very hardly, there might be someone who doesn’t want to increase traffic to their website or blog. Out of experience, I have learned about a way to increase organic traffic using Google Analytics. Google Analytics is a free tool provided by Google that gives you information about the visitors to your blog. This includes the new visitors, the time they spend on your blog, the number of pages they visit as well as the source from where they access your blog or website. It cost nothing to sign up for this tool, but you just need to have a Google account that is free too. … [Read more...] about How to Increase Organic Traffic using Google Analytics
Advance segment option in Google analytic will let you see your data at precise level. For example, if you wish to see the traffic coming from Twitter or only from Social media sites, you can set the same from Google advance segment. More over, for advance bloggers you can set up Custom Keywords to see the progress of it in long run. … [Read more...] about How to Set up Advance Segment in Google Analytics
Now, simply add the tracking code into your Website and you can come later on this same page to see the status of your tracking code. If you see a message saying “Status: Receiving data”, that means your being tracked by Analytics, else it will show an Error. … [Read more...] about How to Find Google Analytics Tracking Code?
Value – this will provide you the flexibility of adding parameters to your website such as price, category and time codes. Google Analytics push – this is the tracking code in the form of “_gag.push()” connecting your web page HTML to the Analytics data. Action – this reflects how your visitors interact with your tracked web page in terms of clicks, views and length of stay Category – this organizes your tracked event according to their category whether it be a link, video or an ad. Label – you can opt to use this code to track down the custom events by name or label. Interaction – this will reflect whether an event can be productive to your website performance / bounce rate. … [Read more...] about 10 Google Analytics Custom Event Samples That You Can Use on Your Own Website
Use your web server to track the results: Your web servers use log files of the people who visiting your site, where as the tools like Google analytics use java scripts to track these results. This is why web servers can provide more better and accurate results to extract the users information who are visiting your sites. … [Read more...] about Top 5 Google Analytics Alternatives Explained