How to use Google Analytics to find out which articles rocked (and which ones bombed)

If you’re regularly creating content new content for your blog, give yourself a big pat on the back!

The next step is to evaluate the performance of your articles by using the information in your Google Analytics account to find out which ones rocked in terms of having the most Pageviews and longest Time on Page, and which ones weren’t so hot.

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5 Things you’ll no longer do after about 6 months of blogging

My approach to blogging is that it’s really difficult to know everything there is to know, so it’s better to take the view of “I’m always learning”.

The keys to success are knowing your goals, implementing marketing activities, measuring the results, testing different things and making changes where needed. And always be learning along the way.

Here are some things that a lot of bloggers do when their blog is new, but they stop doing after about six months or so.

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3 Ways to Access Free Online Training for Google Analytics

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Google Analytics training
Google Analytics free online training

Google Analytics is a free web analytics tool provided by Google. If you’re serious about getting results from your website you should have this, or another web analytics tool installed.

Once you have Google Analytics set up and working, and you’re ready to learn more about the data that’s available, here are three places you can find free online training.

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5 Website Mistakes That Still Happen Way Too Often (and How to Fix Them)

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When you first get a website the learning curve is huge. In a lot of respects you rely on the people that you are working with to give you good advice, and tell you what you need to know.┬áBut, the reality is that it takes a lot of different skills to create a great website … Read more

The New Version of Google Analytics: How to Give Access to Another User

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google analytics access

In order to understand how your website is performing you need to have a web analytics tool installed. One of the most widely used web analytics tools is Google’s free tool, Google Analytics.

Once your account is set up, you may need to give other people access to it. For example, people in your marketing team who want to evaluate the response to your marketing campaigns, or perhaps website service providers who want to see how your website is performing before making changes.

The good news is that you can give other people access to your Google Analytics account without sharing your password.

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