Find out what the bounce rate is, what it’s telling you and how you can improve your website to reduce it and solve this issue.
Google Analytics does not only show you the number of visits to your website. The use of goals allows you to monitor your conversion rates and even know where in your sales funnel you have major problems. Learn how to define goals in Google Analytics.
You don’t just have to focus on attracting more visitors. The optimization of your website will help you to convert more visitors into customers. Get to know the pyramid of web optimization and all its levels.
We love analytics and sometimes we can find very curious data when we explore Google Analytics reports. Let’s see some examples.
Google Search Console is a set of free tools that Google offers us to check the status of our website in its search results.
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Choose a web analytics tool that you like to start seeing results on your page and understand if you are doing well or if you should make some changes to improve it. Here we show you the most popular ones. Don’t miss the list!
We lie to our friends, family, and even ourselves. This is what Seth Stephens-Davidowitz points out in his book “Everybody Lies,” in which he summarizes many of the results obtained after analyzing online searches.
Independently of the frequency of publishing, do you know what’s the best time to publish in your blog? We describe our findings in our website.