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Tag Archives: Google Analytics

RamsayCornish.com now with added blogging & live online bidding

When you have a great story to tell a Blog can be the best way to promote it. The evolution of the Edinburgh-based Auctioneers and Valuers website has moved on another leap with the addition of two major new developments. The RamsayCornish.com website now has an Auctioneers Blog as way of gaining and retaining site  Continue Reading »

Get responsive – Google’s ‘mobile-friendliness ranking’ boost is here!

By Neale Gilhooley (updated 4/2/16).  We are all aware of the impact that mobile devices (mobiles, tablets and even wearables) have on website usage, especially when we view our own webstats. Now it is official that Google are putting more emphasis on mobile friendly or responsive websites in this rare announcement ‘expanding our use of mobile-friendliness  Continue Reading »

How to stop Spam bots attacking your Google Analytics webstats

By Neale Gilhooley, (updated 17/03/16 with a solution!) Recently when poring over our own and clients Google Analytics data we have come across some very unwanted results, in the referrals column. At first you think someone is giving your site a huge traffic boost then under closer inspection you realise that your site data (not the  Continue Reading »

Using Google Analytics and other free traffic measurement tools

By Neale Gilhooley, Evolution Design (updated April 2015) If you do not already measure the quality of your website traffic and the effectiveness of your social media activity then you may not fully understand who goes to your website and why. Here are some free tools to help you understand your marketing and communication channels. True story,  Continue Reading »

Perfect your email marketing campaigns by using data

By Neale Gilhooley, Evolution Design (updated 26 April 2016) Many of us involved in sending e-mail marketing campaigns (or Christmas e-cards) are often left wondering if we are sending the right content with the best subject line at the optimum time in each e-campaign. What are the best ways to short cut how we benchmark and pick  Continue Reading »