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Google Analytics is a fantastic tool for website owners – from small sites to huge e-commerce or Government organizations. It’s an excellent source of useful information about your site visitor trends and behavior.
However, following recent updates, Google stopped showing the majority of the keywords that are driving your organic traffic. That’s the frustrating area with Google Analytics.
The famous keyword not provided issue!
If you are building a list, this will be one very interesting post to read. It’s from my personal experience and I know the same method will help anyone who tries it. So I encourage you read thoroughly so you don’t miss a point!
As an online entrepreneur, one of the things you must do is build a list. That’s your surest source of traffic. When Google penalties knock, your list will never fail you.
Unfortunately, some bloggers and online businessmen are yet to start building a list. One of the mistakes I made from the very first day I started blogging is that I didn’t start with building my list.
There are real ways to make money online. These are authentic, white hat and long term legit methods where you genuinely generate income on the Internet. That means some methods are not real right? Such methods will soon drop you on the way. You can’t build a real business on them
If you want legit ways to make money online, think of affiliate marketing. That’s why I want to share with you this free ebook worth $27. It’s an in-depth look into ways to make huge affiliate commissions with Affiliate Marketing.
There are thousands of Free WordPress Themes out there and many of these free themes keep coming up every moment. Of course, WordPress script itself is shipped with a couple of free themes.
While these free templates have their advantages, there disadvantages to my opinion outweigh the positive points.
As a blogger and content creator, one of the things I care about is the protection of my properties. Unauthorized use of others contents is a serious menace in blogging. That’s why I’m writing about how to avoid plagiarism today, providing a useful tool to help us check the activity.
Plagiarism is the intentional or unintentional writings or ideas of another without proper attribution use. In academia, acts of plagiarism can lead to poor grades, dismissal course or exclusion. In the professional and systematic communities, the original author can sue for money damages a plagiarist on fraud and copyright infringement statues.
As bloggers, one of the things that call more of our attention is the bounce rate. This is the measurement of how many visitors land on your blog and close the page within a specific period without clicking a link to another page on the same blog.
NB: It’s amazing how this little tweak I want to share here can drastically reduce your bounce rate so I suggest you read thoroughly and take action