The previous post covered how to create a Google Analytics account, but there are several things we should do to configure the account before we even log out, or add the tracking code to our site. Because we made a Google account separate from any personal or other business accounts to create the Analytics account, […]
We’ve already explained why you can’t jam all your websites into one Google Analytics account, and gone through making an email just to hold Google and other website data. Then my father passed away at the same time as things really took off here at SWS, which has been tumultuous. I’m still trying to keep […]
Sorry for the recent silence. We’ll get back to the Google Analytics setup guide soon. Those of you who use Google’s Feedburner RSS tool have likely heard about the increasing service disruptions it has experienced. You’ve likely also switched providers. How many of you also ran into weird caching issues with redirects they were ill-equipped […]
The previous post involved me trying to convince you that it is worth your while to set up a new Google Account for each business you want to use Google Analytics or Webmaster Tools with. If you haven’t read it and want to know why this little extra step is needed, you can go back […]
Google’s free tools for website owners provide a massive amount of functionality to anyone willing to put the time into learning them, but getting a lot out of them in a hurry is a challenge. The documentation goes on for days. Just setting up Analytics and Webmaster Tools isn’t exactly straightforward, especially if you consider […]
As you can see, the website is up and running, and after years of planning and months of tweaking Informed Iteration is finally a real live brand. It’s been exhausting but exciting for the last couple weeks as plans became reality and I developed my online home.