How to Find Google Analytics Tracking Code?

How to Find Google Analytics Tracking Code?

When ever we talk about Blog setup, we always talk about setting up a stats program. Google analytics is something which I use for my blogs and I highly vouch on it, since it's free and reliable. I have already shared how to set up Google analytics and in this article, I will be sharing a small tip which will help you if you are stuck in the same situation as mine. I was working on one of my Website and I moved from Google analytics plugin to direct code implementation method. So, I needed to login to my GA account and find the tracing code. I thought (1 comments)

How to Setup Google Tag Manager for Tag Management on your Site

How to Setup Google Tag Manager for Tag Management on your Site

Google tag manager (GTM) is one of the newest free product by Google to make life of a Webmaster easy. For every Website we create, we end up adding many tags, Javascripts for social buttons and scripts like Google analytic tags, advertisement tags or any other. Now, lets see this from a non technical point of view, what if you just got a new tag and you need to add it into your Blog, you have to edit the core theme file manually and add the code, and this may not be an easy option for many. Google tag manager comes out as a solution for tag management (6 comments)

How to do an A/B split test with Google Analytics

How to do an A/B split test with Google Analytics

Google is not just a search engine company, but it also offers some of the most powerful tools for online marketing an eespecially SEO. Google analytics is one of such free product which you can't live without. It's not just a simple stats program but you can use Google analytics for many more things like : Setting up segments, Split testing and many more. Meanwhile check out my special guide for Google Adwords below: Even though Google AdWords is pretty powerful, for an online marketer and search engine optimizer one other tool is even more important: (3 comments)

Panda & Penguin Tool : Find Which Google Algo Hit your Website

Panda & Penguin Tool : Find Which Google Algo Hit your Website

I have already talked a lot about Panda and Penguin algo, which Google started rolling out from last year and now both of this algo is SEO's night mare. Panda and penguin update changed the face of SEO and now SEO is getting more Social than just links and on site and on page optimization. Anyways, we are not going to talk about Post panda SEO strategy here, but we will look into a handy Panda and penguin checker tool, which will help us to determine which algo update hit our site. If you have noticed a traffic drop in your stats program, you are more (14 comments)

Google Analytics JS Bookmarklet: Check WebPage Traffic Instantly

Google Analytics JS Bookmarklet: Check WebPage Traffic Instantly

When Panda hit ShoutMeLoud last year, I spent almost months of time to fix all old content and improve them. Even after months, I'm left with almost 40% of content which requires editing and have scope of improvement. Now, as I talked in my How to recover from Google panda post, the very first step is to get rid of low quality content.  Now, you can either simply use noindex tag and put a URL removal request using Google Webmaster tool to remove it from web index or you can work and re-optimize them to get traffic in coming days. One of the major step (4 comments)