Tag Archives: Analytics
Let me give you some advice first: listen to this podcast with your Google Analyics account open and in front of you. Justin Cutroni, this weeks guest, is an asbolute expert on Google Analytics, and he shows by explaining in … Continue reading
Pete Cashmore is founder and CEO of one of the world’s most popular blogs – Mashable.com, which happens to be powered by WordPress! Since 2005 Mashable has been a leader in social media and technology news coverage in addition to … Continue reading
Vanessa Fox is a seasoned speaker, blogger and now writer. While at Google she worked on Webmaster Central and led the way on creating lots of the great features that make it easier to understand how Google sees your sites. … Continue reading
Lorna Li is the Marketing Manager of Salesforce.com, the leading Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool. Discussed on the show were several topics helpful for small businesses (SMB) getting started with a web site, including: selecting a domain name, keyword research … Continue reading
Matt Cutts is a Software Engineer who heads the web spam team at Google. Matt has been using WordPress for years and feels WordPress makes search engine optimization easier and easier with each update. On today’s show he highlights the … Continue reading
Alex King is among the original contributors to the WordPress project (which has almost reached version 3.0) and a prolific plugin developer. As you might expect, over the years he and his team at Crowd Favorite have created numerous freely … Continue reading
This weeks guest was Al Carlton of SelfMadeMinds.com and Coolest Gadgets, amongst many other blogs. We talked about how Al outsources everything on his blogs, so much that he doesn’t even have to write on them himself anymore. Some of the things he mentioned doing:
Frederick and Joost talk to Dennis Mortensen, Director of Data Insights at Yahoo! and responsible for Yahoo! Web Analytics. They discuss what YWA offers and how people can and could use all the cool new data that’s becoming available in all the better web analytics solutions out there. From geeky stuff like using microformats to extend web analytics tagging (which Dennis did a post on) to how you can see gender and age demographics for your blogs visitors and how to use all that info to improve your site.
More SEO for Bloggers talk with Aaron Wall of SEO Book. Joost and Aaron also answer questions that include recommended tools and sites, and even the best way to create a mobile-friendly and still SEO friendly site?
SEOmoz CEO and Co-Founder Rand Fishkin gives some SEO Advice for bloggers. Rand reflects the SEO collaboration done to Yoasts website, plus we learn about various SEO tools SEOMoz offers including Linkscape and YOUMoz.