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Custom events, variables and visitor marking in Google Analytics

2011-06-19

As I mentioned before Google Analytics is a powerful tool for analyzing your website's traffic. And best thing is that is for FREE. But not everyone knows that Google Analytic's options are not limited to just inserting code in your website and waiting for default parameters to just accumulate ifnromation. You may provide custom events...

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Using Google Analytics Async code for Ajax websites

2010-12-07

For faster page loading it is suggested to put all your javascript files to the bottom after all content. But Google Analytics Async Code does not slow down page loading time, because it is working synchronously, thus it can be used in the beginning of the page. But as code doesn't reload using AJAX, then those pages aren't tracked....

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Search optimization for AJAX websites

2010-12-04

AJAX not only provides faster website loading (because not whole page is refreshed, but only part of content is changed ), but also more interactivity and better user experience. But one main thing that discourages web developers from using AJAX on their websites is that AJAX generated pages are not indexed by search...

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Meta tag usage in nowadays search engines

2010-08-10

Should you use meta tags now, when most search engines just parse your page and get all information from there? Does any of the search engines even look at meta tags? Here are couple of reasons why you should use meta tags: Meta tags suggest keywords to search engines, so if you have many words on your site that are not related to...

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Submit your sitemap to Google, Yahoo, Ask, Bing and Moreover

2010-08-07

Here is a function that allows you easily submit your sitemap to search engines and services like Google, Yahoo, Ask, Bing and Moreover with passing just one parameter, your sitemap URL. Then you'll have a response array, which you can us to check if there any connection related curl errors, or submitting related error responses, or...

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Generate sitemap for your site

2010-08-06

Here is a function to generate sitemap by parsing your page URLs. Note: use it only locally, for example, it takes 3-4 seconds to generate a sitemap for http://webcodingeasy.com locally, but it takes about 100 seconds to do it remotely. <?php //setting to no time limit, set_time_limit(0); //Placed locally on server it takes...

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Tracking your site statistics

2010-08-06

How to determine if your site is search friendly, or did search optimization provide any boost in your search rankings? Most popular search engines already provide you with tools to track your site appearance in search engines. You'll need to create 3 accounts to access webmaster tools in 3 biggest search engines Google, Yahoo and Bing....

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What to use dashes or underscore?

2010-08-05

What separator to use when separating words in URLs? Should you use underscores like this: "word1_word2" or dashes like this: "word1-word1". Well I think underscore looks more awesome than dashes. But it's not about a taste or how it looks. It's about how search engines work. If you search for...

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Using MOD rewrite to make site search friendly

2010-08-05

Here is the way to rewrite your site URLs to more search friendly way. For example address http://example.com/index.php?category=5&subcategory=1 doesn't say anything to search engines nor to site visitors. Much better way is rewriting URL as a path like http://example.com/category-name/subcategory-name. It tells search engines and...

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