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Google Analytics Summit – Marketers Want More Data

Google Analytics

As a marketer (and we all are) more information is better.  Google’s event will have folks from all over the country getting together to plan how to get more – and better – information from our shopping habits.

As they have for years, Google Analytics Certified Partners, Premium customers and developers will once again join us in the Bay Area for our annual summit this week. We are constantly working to improve our products based on feedback from our most dedicated users and this event lets us hear directly from our community. We wanted to share an overview of some of the tools and features we’ll discuss at the 2014 summit so that even if you aren’t able to attend, you can about hear what’s next. Enhanced Ecommerce  – Google Analytics Ecommerce data traditionally focused on details about the purchase – transaction details, product details, and others. But, marketers today want to understand the entire customer journey.

Credits: Google Analytics Summit 2014: What’s Next And On The Horizon For Analytics

Do you watch your analytics?  Do you think Google collects too much information already, or should they track more?

Share your thoughts in the comments below!
 

Google Authorship Purposely Limited

You know those cool author pictures you sometimes see in Google’s search results?  They may be slowly going away, in a move Google’s Matt Cutts says will increase the quality of search results.  Authorship – Googles way to attribute something you write online to your profile, has been found to increase the likelihood of getting clicks in search results pages, and that’s why you’ll often see multiple pictures on the first page for a popular search term – everybody wants the click.

authorship rich snippet

At this time, the SEO geeks haven’t determined exactly why people are getting cut, but it’s suspected that quality and authority of the website plays an important role.   We’ll keep our eye on this.  In the meantime, learn more at:

http://www.virante.org/blog/2013/12/19/authorshippocalypse-google-authorship-penguin-finally-appeared/

New Hope

The “old country Church” website needed a revival – and we delivered!  With the ability to update the website with Church activities, projects, and media – tasks that used to be a burden are now a blessing.

Worshipful Thoughts

Worshipful Thoughts is a blog by Kevin Moore, who wanted to chronicle his teaching while at Theological School.

Kevin is a masterful writer, and intelligently defends the “Case for Christ”.  The WordPress Blog allows him to add content from any web-connected device.

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