Country Specific Tracking how to track Google.ie from .co.uk from .com

Published: March 6, 2008

I’ve just dumped this bad boy into my footer code, hopefully should start to show the breakdown of visitors from Google.ie verses .co.uk and .com Anyone convert this to php for my blog please? <%Dim myvar,track %><% track = “false” If InStr(Request.ServerVariables(“HTTP_REFERER”), “google.ie”) > 0 Then track = “true” myvar = “.ie” Else If InStr(Request.ServerVariables(“HTTP_REFERER”), …

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Rethinking your strategy, and why the long tail converts better.

Published: March 6, 2008

So you’ve developed your site, and have a particular keyword phrase in mind that you feel will bring significant appropriate traffic for your business, after all you’ve researched the keyword with Wordtracker, and it appears to get good traffic. Its highly competitive, the majority of your competitors are chasing it, and it will probably either …

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A trip back in time, how 5 major bloggers looked when they started.

Published: March 5, 2008

Everyone starts somewhere. The websites we know and love, mainly have started from nothing and grown to immense proportions. The same is true for the major bloggers within the blogosphere. The following is a bit of an insight into the hows, why’s and where’s. I’ve used the wayback machine for all this research, so if …

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Five of our yummiest blog links.

Published: March 4, 2008

For all the time that I’ve been blogging / promoting my site following articles personally for me, stand out on their own, and have taught me something of real value. Enjoy.. Understanding value in a Post-Madonna World Why Paris Hilton is the queen of the outgoing link… Adding Polish to Website Designs How to add …

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Alexander Graham Bell & the Holiday Logo.

Published: March 3, 2008

What do Alexander Graham Bell, Mother’s Day, Easter and Frank Lloyd Wright all have in Common? No Idea? -They have all been featured in Google’s holiday calendar. And what is the result for webmasters? That’s right, if you can cover some of these topics in your blog or website, then the chances of receiving traffic, …

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Linky Post 02 March

Published: March 2, 2008

http://producten.hema.nl/ The best e-commerce landing page ever! http://adobecards.com/ Adobe advertisement. Pretty impressive Umbraco Open Source .NET Content management. Beautiful. Google Creates Giant G-Mail 

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Site Freshly squeezed! Let me know your thoughts people.

Published: March 1, 2008

I have eventually managed to get my site up and working again, the blog has been offline now for a day and a bit while DNS settings propogated over, so thanks to everyone who stuck it out. Let me know if you are still picking up the RSS feed, as I’ve noticed on a couple …

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5 Coding Mistakes that Designers make.

Published: February 23, 2008

Lets face it some of us are built for coding, and some of us built for design. Its a left brain and right brain thing, I’ve always maintained that people are mostly one or the other. Can you be a creative coder or a logical designer? My thinking is that the best of the best …

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Behold the power of the question mark. Does your blog ask enough questions?

Published: February 16, 2008

One thing that we see frequently on magazine stands, is the faithful question mark. Copyblogger has a brilliant article on writing cosmo style headlines, and one of the founding factors of a good title is the question mark. Put it on the end of your title, and chances are you will have stumbled upon something …

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The new site…a sneak preview

Published: February 10, 2008

I’m getting that little bit closer to launching the new site design..Been working on it over the weekend, integrating both the blog, and main website a bit tighter. Anyway for you guys who are interested, let me know your thoughts from a design perspective. I’ve been using to do list on this project, its a …

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