The Way To Diagnose A Website Site Visitors Drop
If you have seen shifts in traffic throughout the website because of a few keyword phrases, then there can be multiple causes. There may be any number of the reason why your Google site visitors dropped suddenly and significantly.
Article title (Make it Smart)
Article URL (Make it relevant)
The keywords we are targeting (Exploit Creative Options)
Current rankings for those keywords (Check and recheck)
Suggestions for supporting article topics (Link within your website)
Search suggestions for finding sites that may link to us (Do your homework)
How much traffic do you get from social sites?
What do they do?
Does social sharing drive additional traffic and conversions?
How important are the social reports in Google Analytics?
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Google’s free tool has the power to transform a brand’s understanding of its online presence, which can only lead to a better experience for users.
Google Analytics tracks several metrics by default: time on page, exit %, bounce rate, etc. With these metrics you just scratch the surface of what insights you can get through your content reports.
There are many different types of goals and what you configure will depend on your business objectives.
Google Analytics is slowly rolling out a new feature called User Explorer that offers website owners a chance to see, on anonymized basis, very specific visitor interactions across their website.
What is Measurement Protocol in Google Analytics? Introduced with Universal Analytics, Measurement Protocol is an alternative way of sending data to Google Analytics.
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