In this article we look at the migration to Google Analytics 4. Specifically how we’re going to be helping our clients make the move.
Get started with goals in Google Analytics. In this blog post there’s a quick explanation as to what they are, then a step by step guide to build your first goal.
Our favourite Google Analytics plugin, now it’s called Monster Insights has seen lots of new features lately. We love the ability to show WordPress users Google Analytics data right inside the dashboard.
Learn what campaign tracking is and why you should be interested in it. Then read our full tutorial that will get you all the know how to use the concept for your WordPress site.
We have published a lot of material this year to help out clients get more from their WordPress websites. Chances are you’ve not had time to read and act on it all so here’s some homework for you, to fill all of that spare time over the holidays!
If you’re actively trying to increase your WordPress site’s visibility on search engines like Google you’ll need to track which keywords are working for you. How you do this has recently changed.
Every week there is new report or set of analysis that demonstrate that online commerce is growing, as a website owner you should be thinking “How much of that am I seeing”? Read on for some opinions….