When we talk about our position in search engines result pages we usually are more concerned about our organic position – or our position without paying for ads. We take a look at Search Engine Result Pages to find out how to critically look at them.
Google Analytics provides the tools to understand how a website is working. It is simple to add Google Analytics to a WordPress site after you create a Google Analytics account. This is a demonstration of how to add Google Analytics to a WordPress site. <iframe width=”560R
Google announced that beginning April 21, 2015 your position in search results will be impacted by the mobile-friendliness of your site. In other words, how well does your site work on mobile devices. This is not a surprise considering that mobile traffic continues to grow and is exp
Google Analytics allows us to add annotations to the data so that we can have a reference in the future for changes and launches that caused spikes and valleys in our data. This video shows how to quickly add an annotation in Google Analytics.