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Google Analytics constantly checks your data to search for common configuration problems. When it finds something wrong, a notification appears inside the UI that looks like this: At first, these notifications can be unsettling or feel a bit vague. Here is a quick guide to a few of the common notifications in the interface along […]
December 2, 2013
Just over a year ago, I created a monster. You might have seen it lurking around a newsfeed or social network near you – it’s our Ultimate Complete Social Media Sizing Cheat Sheet. I found myself constantly using ‘Inspect Element’ when creating images for social sharing or profiles, and the thought struck me that it […]
November 5, 2013
The time has finally come; social media sites are cashing in on their hard-earned users. That’s right, folks; let no pageview go un-monetized. Let’s see how our favorite social media sites are making a buck.
October 31, 2013
This tool can tag a bulk list of URLs with Google Analytics campaign parameters. Just enter in your campaign parameters, paste in your links (carriage or comma separated, both work), and press ‘Submit’.
October 2, 2013
Back in October of 2012, Alexis Madrigal of The Atlantic wrote an article titled Dark Social: We Have the Whole History of the Web Wrong. If you’re anything like me, you read it with great excitement – Direct traffic is a huge problem, and one that most people don’t even realize they have. First, a […]
August 19, 2013
The most frequently asked question at our social media seminars is always “How often should I post on Facebook or Twitter?” or its close cousin “When should I post on Facebook or Twitter?” This is not a new concept; there are literally thousands of pages trying to answer the exact same question. If you’ll forgive […]
August 1, 2013
At LunaMetrics, we like to be ahead of the curve. So far, we’ve had a great year with our Google Analytics & AdWords seminars; so good that, as many of our more asutute readers might have noticed, we’ve already added new seminars in Chicago in October, Los Angeles in November, and Charlotte in December. In […]