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SEO Cookie Jar

I love the fact that there are more and more quality blogs out there, more new perspectives, people that share their findings and make our lives in the SEO community a lot easier and more fun to work in. But the old guns always have a bit of wisdom to share, it just happened that today 3 of the old guns brought my attention with great posts from which we can take a lot on 3 different fields.…

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New Filtering and Custom Variable Options for eCommerce sites

Goggle Analytics New Filtering

Google Analytics brought on a new update to their tracking code, this one will improve the filtering and custom variables for ecommerce sites. The change is intended to help ecommerce webmasters to: “better filter, segment and categorize the revenue generating portion of your traffic.”

Other changes that come with this update include expanded filters that support page title, hostname, request URL & internal search term.…

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Google Analytics Multi-Channel Funnels – Great Improvement for Tracking Conversions

With the recent barrage of updates we have seen from Google it is no wonder that today they rolled a new one to Google Analytics. Earlier today Google announced a new update to the +1 button, and a few days after the new sessions measures in Google Analytics we now have multi-channel funnels for all users.…

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Spikes in Analytics? Google and Bing Updates Confuse Webmasters

In the past week we have seen our share of alarming questions in the SEO forums asking about the recent changes in Google Analytics on the 11th and the bug fix on the 16th. That discussion was soon followed by the Bing webmaster tools adoption of the Yahoo data, which followed up with more spikes in our traffic and also changes with the CTR.…

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