Director of Online EMEA at Deckers Ltd
07 April 2009 12:23pm
we've moved our blogs to Wordpress, and reporting on actual page visits has not been set up yet (shame on us). Does anyone use the reporting plugin widget, or has anyone integrated the latest google code into the pages, or done both?
obviously I know that it's all about reach and engagement etc, but it would be useful to know.
E-Business Consultant at Dan Barker
07 April 2009 14:22pm
Shame on you, etc. Honestly though - congratulations for switching across.
You should install the google analytics wordpress plugin. It takes about 2 minutes:
I just had a brief look at one of your blogs (music club). Something else that might help you out would be to change your 'permalink structure'.
At the moment your URLs are http://yoursite.com/?p=1234. You could change this to http://yoursite.com/your-post-title-here with about 2 minutes work. It will be much better for search relevancy (& the old URLs will still work if anyone's already linked to them).
Hope those both help!
07 April 2009 15:59pm
thanks for that, rather helpful stuff from you there. all useful stuff and very helpful thanks. The reason we moved across to wordpress was the usefulness of the various plugins, sitting on their platform and using all that good open source code seemed better than the other options we had.
SEO Manager at Amnesia Razorfish
08 April 2009 07:26am
Not sure if it is too late, but look at installing plugin "Headspace" it offers easy analytics tracking, and not tracking editors,admins etc... and some other great features such as site verification...
Thank YouDavid Iwanow
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