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Add Google Analytics to WordPress

WordPress Wednesday Tip 24: How to Add Google Analytics to WordPress Without a Plugin

By Jennifer Sakowski | July 5, 2017

One of the most important – and dare we say, fun – parts of launching your WordPress website is keeping track of your site’s performance. Site visits, unique visitors, bounce rate, and other important Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) can be easily tracked by adding Google Analytics onto your WordPress site.…

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optimizing posts for search engines with yoast

Optimizing Posts for Search Engines with Yoast

By Raney Day Design | April 26, 2017

In a crowded online world, getting your blog posts found on Google is crucial to your business success. Follow along with this week’s WordPress Wednesday Tip and start optimizing posts for search engines with Yoast today! Let’s get started.   #WordPressWednesday Tip 19: Optimizing Posts for Search Engines with Yoast 1.…

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Stop ghost spam

How to Stop Ghost Spam from Haunting Your Analytics

By Raney Day Design | November 1, 2016

Halloween may have been yesterday, but ghosts are still hanging around.  What in the world are we talking about?  Ghost spam, of course!  In case you’ve never heard of it, ghost spam is a type of referral traffic that shows up in your Google Analytics as a visit to your…

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Social Media :: YOU CAN!

By Jennifer Sakowski | July 9, 2014

Last night I had the privilege to speak at the Women’s Business Network, Inc.‘s Leadership Training.  The hot topic that I was asked to speak on was Social Media and how to be effective using it to grow a business’ online presence.  This is probably one of my favorite topics to present…

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