The Google+ launch has the social media community in a frenzy! An enormous demand prompted the lucky invitees of the new social media program to open the flood gates on invites, which was eventually suspended by Google. Everyone wants in (including me) and here is why:
Now that you know how to implement SEO from the previous post, you should know how to track and measure your website with Google Analytics.
It will take more than one post to go over all of the individual aspects of Google Analytics. In my next few posts I will get more in depth with the Google Analytics program. For this post I will explain how to set up analytics on websites and blogs.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) sounds like a daunting, technical task performed only by the most daring of IT guys. Well, it’s not. It’s actually pretty simple.
SEO is a term to describe the use of keywords to, like it says, optimize your site so that search engines can match it more easily to search requests, hence bringing the website higher on search results. Some SEO guys suggest that being on the first page of Google could drive 20 times more traffic to your site than being on the second page. Crazy, huh?