Last week the world wide web fell under the attack of a furious Panda. This time the beast became way more powerful and knocked off the strongest opponents off the arena. Even though those leviathans of Internet for some time lost their ranks, I think they have enough resources and brain activity to get those ranks back. We’ll see how soon eBay will get back those 80% of lost organic traffic.
So if you’re one of those guys who woke up in the morning, came to the office and found that your traffic curve went down...I don’t think you should cry like a baby, pulling your hair out. Get a cup of coffee, and start examining your website via Google Analytics software.
So let's get back to Panda, as it was stated this algorithm is designed to fight web spam, especially those low-quality sites (as well as auto-publishing ones) that use black-hat techniques to manipulate the search query results. Panda was first launched in 2011 for all countries of the world causing huge changes in search results and positions of websites.
If you go back to the basics of Panda algorithm, the first thing it considered was the so-called behavioral factor. Panda devs did not specify how exactly this part of an algorithm works, but in the end the result was quite unpredictable (all we can assume is that they made this algorithm couple times more complicated.) Speaking about behavioral factor - the prominent role is given to uniqueness of content, links and relevant advertising.
Current Panda 4.0 update is mostly associated with backspinning and considers new behavioral factors. No one knows what Panda devs were guided with, but making those algorithms more complexed will not necessarily improve the quality of search results.
So, what's the purpose of this blog post? We'd like to share with you number of google analytics tutorials that will help you work better with your website, thus make it more effective, as well as get from under Panda filter. List of tuts includes both starter and advanced level manuals.
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Probably for some of us analytics was of the least concern, but times change and we have to get deeper into things we've never used before. This tutorial will give you a deep insight into all features of this software. Feel free to watch it.
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Little bit of humor is always appropriate. In this video you will see what would Online Checkout look like in real life, from Google Analytics viewport.
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Lynda.com is one of the best resources on the web where you can find tutorial for any possible thing. Here is a set of 20 video lessons for mastering Google Analytics.
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There is one thing about Google Analytics that you setup right now - that's email reporting. With this feature everyone who's involved into the development and promotion of the same resource as you're will get the latest information into their mail boxes every morning. See how you can do it.
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Do you know what Google Analytics can do for you? This tool can help you understand better the data you are getting from your site visitors. In this video you will hear the speech of Google Analytics expert Mike Rhodes, the guy who ate a dog on analytics tricks.
This is the first video from the playlist of MelbourneSEOservices company. In the rest 26 video clips you will find following things:
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If you're a newbie in website management tricks, here is a video that will teach you how to install and activate Google Analytics on your WordPress website.
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If videos seem tiresome for you, here is a good article written by Dan Shewan "6 Google Analytics Tips for Business Insight Way Beyond Traffic".
There you will learn six interesting aspects of Google Analytics tool.
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That's it, we hope that these tutorials will help you understand better this perfect tool. So, if you got something to add, or you have any questions feel free to drop us a line in the comments below.
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