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Can You Trust The Numbers?

Can You Trust The Numbers - ClickMeter Blog

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemail  In the world of digital marketing, every ad tech service provides their users one form of analytics or another.  Either through their dashboard, their interface or upon request these platforms provide their users’ evidence that their services are performing, providing value and delivering on what they promised. There is an inherent conflict of interest…

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Internal link tracking

Internal Link Tracking - ClickMeter Blog

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemail  When we speak about link tracking the first thought is always external tracking. How are my digital marketing efforts performing? How can I optimize to improve? I’m guilty of this each and every day. Internal link tracking But there are applications for tracking links internally within your company. Large multi-national corporations that have offices…

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The Best Tumblr Visitor Tracker

how to track your Tumblr visitors

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemailWondering if your Tumblr posts are working for your audience? Clickmeter offers a Tumblr visitor tracker so you’re able to know what articles are being read, and which photos are being viewed. It’s time to know if your posts are working or not! How many people read your articles or watch your photos? When? From where?…

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How to pass parameters to a destination URL through tracking links

Use parameters with tracking links

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemailYou can pass parameter values to your tracking destination URL using tracking links available in ClickMeter. To do so, please follow the steps below. Create a tracking link using the destination URL as www.yoursite.com?myparam={id} (Please note the syntax {id}. Here you will pass the value for the parameter “myparam”. ) Your tracking link will be…

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7 Strategies to Build Quality Backlinks

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemailYou’re trying to increase your visibility on Google, but there are too many ranking factors to keep track of. SEO is complex You’ve built a website. Great. But where’s the traffic? Google’s ranking algorithm has grown more and more complex in the past decade, and the factors that determine search rankings change without notice. This…

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How to track email opens and web visits

email opens page view

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemailA tracking pixel allows you to track email opens and how many times a web page or banner has been viewed or visited. A tracking pixel is a little piece of code containing a transparent image – it’s just 1 pixel x 1pixel in dimension. This can be inserted in all the pages of your website,…

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How to mask URLs in affiliate tracking links

How to Mask my URLs in affiliate tracking links - ClickMeter blog

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemailMasking URLs is useful in many cases  – for affiliate links, for sharing friendlier URLs, etc. ClickMeter allows you to mask and track clicks and conversions on your URLs and domains. To access this feature,  you need to be signed into your ClickMeter account and then you can click on: “CREATE NEW > TRACKING LINK”….

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The 30 best ways to track links

Track your links

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemailAd trackers normally help you discover how many views, clicks and conversions have been generated from your ads, whether they are banners, emails, text-links, posts, etc. Most advanced services, like ClickMeter, also provide additional info about the source and let you track links and compare different campaigns. Some services, including ClickMeter, allow you to redirect visitors…

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How Retargeting Links Can Expand Your Marketing Reach

retarget your marketing links

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemailI’m sure you’ll agree that getting plenty of website traffic is great.  But the truth is it’s all worthless unless these visitors convert by buying something, signing up for a newsletter or contacting your business etc. The problem, however, is that visitors often get distracted before converting. Their computer crashes; their boss strolled by their desk or…

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