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With everyone posting content on their Facebook Fan Page and tweeting on Twitter, the question soon arises: How do we know what traffic from these social medial sites is due to a particular campaign we are running and how much is from our normal social media activities?
In the world of Google Analytics, we call this segmenting traffic. In order for marketing professionals to be able to know if their campaigns are driving traffic and sales, a method must be found to track visitors from Facebook and Twitter and know if they are coming from our specific campaign.
The good news is that there is a relatively simple way to modify your wall your posts and tweets so that Google Analytics can now track which marketing campaign they resulted from:
If you need help constructing the URL parameters, you can use Google’s handy wizard to help you construct the long URL easily.
This short video was taken at the City of Hollywood’s Business and Economic Development’s 2 hour workshop for Internet Marketing and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) on January 13, 2009. The event was attended by 60 South Florida local business owners and was meant to educate local businesses on how to increase their sales and marketing efforts through interactive marketing.
The workshop was given by Matt Silvers, CEO of seo4anyone Inc., a local SEO expert in the Miami/Ft. Lauderdale area of South Florida.
Matt has followed up this workshop with 2 more for the City of Hollywood. Those focused on SEO, PPC, Social Media and Website Analytics.
Be sure to turn up the volume as the recording is very low. Our apologies.
A lot of people ask me why their site won’t rank #1 on Google. They think that just because they were prom king back in 2002 that their website deserves to treated like a king as well. Unfortunately, Google doesn’t care too much about your personal history. But Google does care about your domain’s history. The older your domain is, the more chance you have a trustworthy business. Further, the older the domain, the more chances other people linked to it. So its all connected… like a web..
Below are the top 10 reasons why your site won’t rank #1 on Google: