Another exciting week for all of us working within the field of SEO – SEMrush have released their updated Google ranking factors study. How should you work with Google and SEO? The study below intends to answer many of our questions based on data and research. It might not be perfect, but it is a […]
Lovely, sweet and sour keywords. We lost you in Google Analytics years ago, but we’ve learned to look for you in Google Search Console instead. The one thing that we still have a hard time to get over though, is the lack of historical keyword data. It is understandable that big Google can’t keep all this […]
Google Search Console is a great free tool for website owners to use. Search Console makes it easier to manage, optimise and handle website issues. The tool contains multiple reports and options to manage a website – from understanding how the content performs in search (Google only) to technical errors and international targeting. With this […]
Average time on page is one of the biggest web analytics lies that a lot of us consultants accept, without doing anything about it. First, read how Google Analytics calculates session durations. Its very straight forward. And then, get started with setting up Timer Triggers to measure your website visitors more accurate.
Tumblr is a great platform for publishers with its own ecosystem and built in likes, shares and comments. To get started with Tumblr, a user is only a few clicks away from having a Tumblr blog up and running. It is easy and straight forward to choose themes for design or buy customized ones, but two […]