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Partial Match Manual Penalty For Unnatural Links

What is a partial match manual penalty? A partial match penalty is a manual action taken by Google against your website. The result of this action can be in the form of not performing as well in search results as before or not even showing up at all. Google believes that your website is in... More

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5 Takeaways from Linkdex’s “Going beyond the Data”

Last week, I attended my very first Analytics-centred think tank held in the heart of London and organized by Linkdex. Bearing the title ‘Going beyond the Data’, the aim of the think tank was to help companies understand how to extract strategic value from their existing data through powerful... More

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Benefits of User ID & Data Import for Google Analytics

This year’s Linkdex Think Tank 'Going Beyond the Data' held in the swanky One Alfred Place was a delight to attend with fantastic speakers on a variety of topics. The core theme of the day was the ever increasing amount of data that is at our disposal and how we can get the most of it. The talks... More

@sohaibmsiddique

Google Analytics Not Provided to Go up to 100%

Last week I wrote about getting useful insights from Google Analytics (GA) not provided data. The primary focus of that article was aimed at attaining and analysing keyword data for useful information. I wish I knew what awaited all digital marketers around the world. Over the past two years,... More

@sohaibmsiddique

How to Turn the Dreaded (not provided) Into Useful Data

I was lucky enough to attend Dara’s Advanced Google Analytics (GA) training course on Thursday at #brightonSEO. The issue of Google’s (not provided) came up within the first five minutes of the hour. Everyone had a deathly, depressed look on their face. Including me. Perhaps the biggest take... More

@DSmulevich

International Web Analytics – my slides from ISS London 2013

It was great to be speaking yesterday at International Search Summit. I met a lot of smart people involved in international SEO and shared the "Verve Search way" with them. I promised I would share my slides ASAP, so here they are. I covered a topic sometimes omitted at SEO conferences, giving a... More

@ben_holbrook

SES London 2012 – Avinash Kaushik Keynote: Why We All Suck!

Day one of the SES conference kicked off with a high-energy talk from Avinash Kaushik who bounced around the stage with supreme confidence and a booming voice. It was incredibly exciting to hear ideas from someone who so clearly lives and breathes his trade and shares our passion for the industry.... More

@ben_holbrook

The Benefits of Google Analytics Real Time Reporting

Back in the early days of my online business efforts, I had very little knowledge about what was happening “behind the scenes”. In fact, the only way I knew where my customers were coming from was by reading the postal addresses they provided for me to send their products to. I would pick... More

@CiaranOliver

Adobe Seminar September 29 2011

I went to the Adobe seminar on Search hosted at the Soho Hotel in, surprise surprise, Soho. What a venue by the way, great looking place. There was some networking to start with and I met quite a few of the movers and shakers in the industry, which was great. We were then shown into the sumptious... More

@LisaDMyers

A4U Expo – Web Analytics Presentation by Lisa Myers

It's day 2 of A4Uexpo, so far it's been a great conference, many new faces as this is an Affiliate conference and not just SEO. Today I spoke on the Web Analtyics panel with Will Crichlow from Distilled and Joanna Butler from Lattitude. My presentation focused on the very specifics on how to track... More