Check Your GATC with Screaming Frog

Use Screaming Frog to verify your Google Analytics implementation

Screaming Frog is a very handy tool that I use for multiple purposes. One of them is verifying if the Google Analytics Tracking Code, or GATC, is properly installed on the website I’m working with. Let’s go through how with a couple of easy steps.

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SlideShare Profile Views with StatCounter

SlideShare profile views for free with StatCounter

It’s fun to measure things. The downside is that people and services know that we like to measure things and, therefore, they want to charge us for every small bit of data we would like to collect. And as we are a curious kind, mankind, we want to measure and learn from every aspect of […]

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Searchmetrics Free SEO Suite

Searchmetrics SEO Suite

I’ve been working with the Searchmetrics Suite for over a year now. There are a lot of SEO tools and services online, but Searchmetrics have been one of the few I really liked and then spent time working with. For an SEO, the Suite is really good. I want to show you the features that […]

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Push Your Ads Live (Already)!

Google AdWords campaigns

Today I’m down in Helsingborg (Sweden). I’ve been speaking about Google AdWords and Facebook Ads at Mindpark for about 30 companies from my point of view when it comes to search engine marketing: Just push your ads live already. Before you get me all wrong and start ranting about how it takes a minute to […]

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Why I’m never going to grow my followers count

Twitter users and follwing back

I love social media. It enables me to connect with industry peers, find new interesting connections and keep up with, pretty much, life in general. But I don’t understand this whole follow me – follow you – follow back – thing we’ve got going on. I got fed up with the discussion of the most […]

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SEO’s about answering the right questions and helping people

Answering questions and helping people

Is SEO a good career choice as of late 2013? I would say so. SEO is still very important and more brands understand that they need to be digital if they want to succeed. I see a shift where, before, marketing teams had one or two “digital marketers” and now it’s getting more and more […]

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Is Google Analytics implemented on this page?

Google Analytics Helper - is GA implemented?

Google Analytics is implemented on this page, but on yours? On your clients? There is numerous ways you can go about to verify if a page or a complete website have implemented Google Analytics. This is the short and easy one page at a time way.

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Alternatives to Google Reader

Opened post in Feedly

There must be at least a couple of good alternatives to Google Reader, right? Well, yes and no. On the 1st of July Google Reader will shut down it’s services and prior to this, you must migrate your subscriptions to a new service. Friends of mine talk a lot about Feedly, and I’ve given it […]

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What happened to National Geographic on Google+?

Engaging audience on Google+ for Nat Geo

I enjoy Google+ maybe a bit more than my friends. It’s not because I work with SEO, social media or web analytics, and that people within this field of expertise spend time on Google+, no. The real reason I enjoy Google+ is because of all the photographers. As the amateur photographer I am, I get […]

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Search Queries to improve your site

Google Webmaster Tools

With this video from Google, you’ll learn how to use the Search Queries feature in Google Webmaster Tools to make improvements to your site. There is an ongoing debate within the SEO sphere if the data from Google Webmaster Tools is somewhat to consider or very, very off. My best advice is to actually test […]

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