It’s generally thought that during the early days of the Internet, one of the biggest hurdles to people buying things online was the absence of a secure method for doing so. Some websites tried to accept credit card information directly, but from a buyer’s perspective this was fraught with uncertainty and insecurity (and it can be cost-prohibitive for small websites to comply with all the laws surrounding the protection of credit card information).
Google’s free Analytics service has long been one of the most widely used analytics tools for website owners. Google Analytics provides powerful tools for webmasters and website managers to discover how their visitors are coming to their site, what pages they’re viewing while they’re on the site, and how long they’re spending on each page. Google Analytics also integrates with Google’s AdWords program, so that a web manager can integrate their advertising program goals into their website, and so that they can track and measure the effectiveness of their various advertising campaigns.
Perhaps you checked your Google Analytics stats one morning in late April and panicked, or maybe you've just noticed a steady decline in your search engine traffic since then. Chances are good you've been hit with a Google Penguin decrease in your search engine rankings, and this is naturally frustrating to any webmaster focused on maintaining high search engine rankings.
Analytics software can help you improve your website, regardless of the type of website it is, and regardless of your goals for the site. If you run a business website, perhaps you want to maximize the number of signups you get for your mailing list. If you run a personal website, then maybe you’d like to get more people coming to your site so that you can have more people comment to your posts.
Google Chrome is probably the most user-friendly browser there is today but still, learning some Chrome Tips will be greatly beneficial for the users. This browser boasts of some of its special features like the Favicon Bookmarks Bar, Omnibox All-Around Field and Pinning Tabs Option. These are just some of the innovative and unique creations of this browser which allow better and easier surfing experience for the users. This article will serve as a brief guide for the nitty-gritty of Chrome usage.
It seems like new programming languages are coming out all the time. Some of these languages are highly specialized and difficult to learn – meaning that they are likely to be of interest only to a very small set of programmers. But when an industry heavyweight like Google puts out a new language, and that language is meant to compete with (or perhaps even eventually replace) one of the most well-established client side programming languages out there, it's worth taking at least a look to see what that new language is all about.