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A Handy Guide to UTM Codes: Know Which of Your Campaigns Really Work

Our traffic bounces all over the place. We have social. We have email. We have paid ads. There’s more sites, platforms, and networks than we could possibly hope to run our campaigns on. 110 more words

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Trip to Ireland

This is only a test article, to be able to do web analytics.

Our trip was amazing tho, Ireland is a beautiful country! Looking forward to see more next time. 7 more words

100 visitors - the seed is taking shape!

In just under 2 weeks and 3 blog posts, of which 1 was not a mere update, the blog has rounded the 100 visitor-mark. Might not be a big milestone for many, but it was one I set for myself when I started the blog. 466 more words

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Importance of web analytics for your company

Are you really tensed about why your business is not working on right direction even though you tried your level best working on social media, blogs, or Ad Words, then you must think about web analytics, which can help you to see if a marketing campaign is really working or not? 292 more words

Why Local SEO is Most Important - 4 Ways to Improve Local SEO

Why Local SEO is Most Important

Neglecting local SEO can be bad. It is an essential to use it for a variation of reasons, including accessible your group for connecting or participating with your business. 582 more words

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The Six Most Misunderstood Metrics in Google Analytics

Google Analytics (GA) is capable of generating incredibly detailed and comprehensive data. It provides the insights needed to fine-tune your site, reduce UX friction and ultimately maximize conversions. 110 more words

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Web Analytics as a Key Skill or Profession for Marketers

In this post, I want to focus on web analytics, an important and critical skill — and possible career for anyone interested in digital marketing. Contrary to popular opinion, web analytics is not an industry dominated by IT professionals; management and marketing professionals fill 95 percent of the jobs. 826 more words

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