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19.02.2015 - 17:56 | 0 replies

When you search information about bounce rate you will sooner or later stumble upon an article claiming it affects your search ranking and is a search engine optimisation (SEO) issue. These stories always point out that yes, Google folks have said bounce rate doesn't affect search ranking, but they are probably lying. At this point you are thinking, yes, they must...

11.01.2015 - 16:25 | 0 replies

It's the beginning of a new year. Your website has had a bad bunch of weeks, your sales are low and you are getting very little contacts about your services. You panic and ask if you are in trouble. Maybe you should shut your site down, make some changes or hey, perhaps you had made some changes and now nothing's working. Yeah, you got to change things back to how...

10.09.2014 - 01:47 | 4 replies

Quite popular and highly valued bloggers keep sharing misinformation about bounce rate. According to them it means the time your audience members spend time on your site. Bounce rate has very little to do with the time and in most cases it has nothing to do with it. A person can spend half an hour on your site and still create a bounce. I have wrote about this...

07.09.2014 - 01:00 | 0 replies

If you use Google Analytics you probably by now have noticed their switching to "Universal Analytics". The Universal Analytics is a new way Google collects and measures your website's user data. With UA also has came an option to measure audience demographics and their interests. Because of the way data is collected (with a DoubleClick cookie and device identifiers...

31.07.2014 - 15:07 | 2 replies

Get on blogging is a weekly series about blogging and becoming a blogger. This chapter is all about measurements and analytics. How will you know if anyone reads your blog? What if nobody will comment? Are analytics telling you your blog is in trouble? Some people are way too obsessed about the measurements of a blog. They check the visitors count and if there's no...

25.11.2013 - 17:20 | 0 replies

Bounce rate is one of those parts of website analytics that is most often misinterpreted. Those who don't understand it tend to think high bounce rate always means a website is in trouble and low means it's doing great. They have no clue how people function and how web works. Additionally bounce rate as a term is usually misunderstood. Therefore you are likely to...

20.10.2013 - 16:51 | 4 replies

One of my biggest projects this year, Stylebook, has a newsletter list on MailChimp. Anyone can subscribe to it through our website. The newsletters, as our service, are in Finnish. And because MailChimp offers Finnish translation for their basic forms and confirmation emails, we've turned that on. We already had noticed that some of the automatic translations are a...

19.05.2013 - 17:37 | 2 replies

Cookies are small pieces of data sent from a website and stored to your browser while you browse a website. They can store information such as when you logged in to a site or the things you wrote on a form. For instance when you comment a blog post on this site your name, website url and email address are stored to a cookie so you won't have to fill them in every...

24.04.2013 - 20:03 | 2 replies

It's been now three years since this blog was launched. As often 3 year olds do, the blog is now able to say it's own name, kick, draw a person with two to four body parts, climb, tell stories and write a bunch of capital letters. In times it gets a bit cranky and often it's rather stubborn. Nowadays there are a couple of thousand visitors here every month, the...

05.10.2012 - 03:57 | 9 replies

Sometimes we all run out of subjects to blog about. And sometimes it seems like everything has already been blogged. Maybe your blog feels like an abandoned Western movie town. No worries, I know a couple of easy ways to come up with new blog post ideas that will drive the traffic (back) to your blog! Check your site statistics - Check which content on your blog is...