A Blogger’s Guide to Understanding Google Analytics

Do you have an Understanding of Google Analytics?

Is it installed on your website?

When was the last time you looked at your Google Analytics account?

Do you shy away from looking at Google Analytics because you find all that “data” just too much??

It’s time to finally get a good understanding of Google Analytics, so you can better serve your audience.

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Is Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Too Hard?

image of search engine optimization too hard?

You need traffic to your website and it’s no secret that search engine optimization to optimise your website is a fantastic way to go. In this article, I’m going to cover what you need to know to make your next website or blog post friendly to the search engines so you can get found. You’ll be …

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How To Set Up A Google Alert In 3 Simple And Easy Steps

Right now, billions of social transactions are happening online. New content is constantly being published on social media streams, websites, and news sites, and some of that information is related to subjects you are interested in. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a free, easy and simple way to access information about what is …

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Website Security, What You Need To Know

Website security is a bit like health insurance – you never really worry about it until you absolutely, positively need it and it’s just too darn late to get it. That is, unless you’ve already got the proper website protection and security in place. If you don’t, then this article could make a huge difference to your online future. There is no time like right now to get your website completely secure and protected from unwanted attacks, hackers, and other unexpected disasters.

3 Calls to Action Every Website Should Have

Every page of your website needs to have a call to action. It’s simply an opportunity that’s too good to waste. At each point of your website, there should be some action you’d like the visitor to take. Exactly what action they should take depends on the purpose of your website, but here are 3 …

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5 Elements to Get Your Readers to Take Action

You could have the most beautiful website to draw visitors in, but if your website content sucks then your beautifully designed website is simply a waste of internet space. So what kind of content do you need to have, today we’re talking about effective content.  Content that helps lead your visitor (that you’ve worked hard …

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9 Common Mistakes Made By New Website Owners

Today, more than any other time it’s easier than ever to launch your very own website.  It also means that you can easily make some mistakes with your own website.

This is often a case of you don’t know what you don’t know.

I’m going to share a few of the common mistakes that you’ll want to avoid when you’re setting up your own WordPress Site.

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Should You Hire or DIY Your Website?

When you’re starting out money is usually an issue and most bootstrapping business owners think that choosing to go DIY (Do it Yourself) is often the best option to getting something done, but is it really? Today, we’re going to look at whether or not making the decision to DIY or hire someone for your …

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Using Permalinks To Improve Your WordPress SEO

Wouldn’t it be great if you could simply add a new post to your website or blog, and the following took place … all from your web address: Potential site visitors could glean what the post was about, Google would be able to discover your posts faster, Every single item of content on your site would have a unique identifier, making things easier to manage. Well, with WordPress permalinks this can easily be done!