Google is finally releasing a new reporting/insights tool to help content creators and webmasters better understand how their audience interacts with the content they publish and give insights as to which kinds of content works best for them. The new Search Console Insights combines data from both Google Analytics and Google Search Console to provide webmasters and/or content creators the most valuable insights needed to improve their content’s performance.
The introduction of Google Analytics 4 last year brought about a number of changes. One of which is the shift from Goals to Conversions. If you utilize GA goals, then you understand the importance of tracking activities that can lead to your business’ success. Today I’ll be teaching you how to optimize your Google Analytics 4 Conversions.
Google Analytics is the most used website analytics tool in the world. It has helped millions of businesses and website owners all over the world. Throughout the years, Google Analytics has received significant upgrades that also helped marketers develop new ways to read and analyze data.
In a blog post last October 14, Google announced Google Analytics 4 or GA4. Google aims to evolve the tool along with shifts in consumer behavior, the need for better use of analytics, and new data privacy regulations.
Data, data, data. As digital marketers, we can’t have too much data right? We use data to solve problems, create new strategies, and optimize further. Have you ever felt a time where there is so much data lying around that you just can’t use them anymore?
Google has started its close beta phase for a new feature in Google SearchConsole – Insights. GSC Insights is Google’s way of helping content creators and publishers have a more in-depth understanding of their content’s performance in search and how it is discovered by audiences. So, what exactly does this new feature entail for publishers and content creators?
Doing on-page SEO takes a lot of time and having all the data that you need in one tool saves you the hassle of jumping from one tool to another. With Netpeak Spider’s new update, you get just that.
Google Images is one of the most popular visual search engines and image archives on the internet, with millions upon millions of images available for users to view and download. Over the years, numerous updates have been rolled out to optimize its services, with the most recent ones being the removal of the “View Image” button and the addition of web page titles on images.
When it comes to SEO tools, we at SEO Hacker make sure that we have the best ones available. This allows us to be able to accomplish our tasks more efficiently, and implement some of our best SEO practices and strategies. Some of these tools include SERPED.net, Ahrefs.com, Omniconvert, and Cognitive SEO. For people who are starting with their SEO, some of these tools require a good monthly investment to maintain.
Tracking your local SEO and SEM is highly important for your SEO and link building strategies. Being able to track these would help determine what strategy works and what does not, which can help you assess and look for other strategies that can be used. While most businesses and companies focus on increasing their internet traffic by using analytics trackers, it does not mean that you are getting the right results that you would want. Traffic can only get you so far, and what you would really need are tangible results that would benefit you.
Ever since the creation and distribution of Google Analytics, several people have used it to track and report on their website’s traffic. Tracking through the use of Google analytics can help you learn some valuable information on who is visiting your website, the rate of visitors on your website, what the visitors do, and whether the website does its intended objective.