Unique keywords. We all need them, right? They send traffic to websites, among other things. The more unique keywords you get, the more trust search engines have placed in your website. It’s a win-win.
Google Analytics, among other things, can give you a glimpse into how many unique keyphrases you are garnering. Check it out on the Traffic Sources ? Keywords page. One tip. Be sure to select ‘non-paid’ to exclude any CPC campaigns.
This story is as old as the web itself. You launch a new website or project. You set up the analytics and expect the hits to start rolling in. After a few days you begin obsessively checking up on it. Over and over. Only nothing is there. You begin to become disheartened and perhaps entertain the notion of tossing your laptop in the river. Sound familiar?
How does Google decide how much a particular link helps your rankings? That one question has plagued link builders since the dawn of time 2002.
Before we get started on the list, let’s talk turkey. You may have noticed search engines have become more and more dependent on metrics about an entire domain, rather than just an individual page. It’s why you’ll see new pages or those with very few links ranking highly, simply because they’re on an important, trusted, well-linked-to domain. The Internet is changing, and in a way becoming more homogenized. But don’t worry, you can still make money with your site by understanding the nature of search engines and how they judge the value of a link. Here are 17 examples:
The ability to track AdSense Feed data with Google Analytics was not possible before now. AdSense for Feeds and Google Feedburner both trackible now, and data for your feed advertising is now attainable. Extended data about Feedburner traffic is also available now. Analytics also now classifies the traffic source more accurately(seen below). With RSS feed advertising, this is a great time to jump on Google Analytics and click tracking.