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Google Analytics, Google Images and the Referral Source URL

Recent research undertaken by Google (https://ai.google/research/pubs/pub36300) into how children use search engines identified several search roles that children display when searching for information on the web. One of these ‘personas’ was ‘Visual Searcher’, where the child relied on image search to find the answers to questions they were asked. And although the study only used […]

How Analytics can help improve your website conversion rate

  First of all – you will need a Google account to access this software. The software performs a raft of analytical functions that if acted on, can transform the way you present your website. It’s had great success reported for those willing to mould their website on recommendations based around the reality of the […]

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By combining your sales and marketing data, Leedfeeder enables you to monitor existing customers as well as discovering new ones- when a lead revisits the site your CRM is automatically updated, and if you are targeting a specific company you can get email alerts when they land on your website. Leedfeeder also tracks the pages […]

If You Use WordPress, You May Need To Update Your Conversion Tracking. Here’s Why…

What Did This Tracking Do? Known as ‘on_sent’ tracking, this snippet would automatically execute a JavaScript code upon the successful submission of a form. This could be used to fire an Event within Google Analytics which could subsequently be tracked as a goal; it could alternatively be used to redirect users to a Thank You […]