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How To Filter Out Language Spam in Google Analytics

Google Analytics spam is constantly spreading and growing to new places. You have probably seen suspicious referral traffic or languages with messages to those who work in Analytics. These links are language spam click-bait for you to visit potentially harmful websites with malware or scams. The links are not actual

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How To Filter Ghost Referral Spam in Google Analytics

When you see a spammy link on your referral traffic or language, be weary of clicking on it. These sites are not linking to you, but rather appear on Google Analytics as click-bait or ghost referral spam for you to visit potentially harmful websites with malware or scams. The links

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How To Exclude Your IP Address in Google Analytics

When analyzing client data or your own website data, it’s important to exclude your own internal traffic and focus on external customers’ behavior. Company traffic can greatly skew sessions, page views, and conversion rates. This can make a big impact on website data. One solution to filter out internal traffic is to exclude your company IP address.

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UTM TRACKING: Best Practices

So, you’ve decided you are going to use UTM tracking for your campaigns. Now, you want to make sure that you are using the UTM tracking appropriately to make the most of the web source analytics.

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What Is UTM Tracking & How To Set Up Parameters

Using UTM (Urchin Tracking Module) parameters allow you to better identify where your traffic is coming from on Google Analytics. Organizing your web traffic is important for analyzing the effectiveness of your campaigns.

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What Is A Gross Rating Point (GRP)?

Rating points are KPIs specific to media planning and media buying. A rating point is a metric that measures the size of an audience reached through a specific media channel. It communicates the percentage of people (or households) tuned into a program, compared to the population (or population of households).

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What Is A/B Testing & How Is It Used?

A/B testing is a simple way to compare web page variations to see what performs better. Also called “split testing,” it tests an A version (control) and a B version (variation), which are identical except for one variation that may alter a user’s behavior.

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What is User Explorer in Google Analytics?

The User Explorer report in Google Analytics – located under the “Audience” tab – offers insights into individual anonymous visitor interactions on a website. Looking at User Explorer, you can see a list of IDs of clients who have visited your site, how often they’ve visited, the time spent, if they’ve converted, and the revenue made from each.

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How to Run a Historical Quality Score Report in Bing Ads

Bing allows you to track changes in your Quality Scores over time. You can use the historical Quality Score option under Reports to review your expected Click-Through-Rate (CTR), ad relevance, and landing page experience ratings as far back as 18 months.

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