301 redirect for SEO

301 redirect seo

TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedinemailAll link tracking services, including ClickMeter, track clicks on your links through URL redirection – which is also known as URL forwarding. But you may be worried about PageRank dilution as many redirect techniques – 302, meta refresh, etc. – decrease your link power in search engines, particularly Google. The best SEO practice for URL redirection is…

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Who opened my emails? How to use an email tracking pixel in ClickMeter

how many email opens

TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedinemailWant to discover exactly who and how many people opened your emails? Direct email marketing is an effective tool for reaching customers with the latest information about your company. However, it is important to know exactly how your emails are being received so that you can ensure that your campaign is producing the results you…

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How to mask URLs in affiliate tracking links

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

TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedinemailMasking a URL is useful in many cases (affiliate links, 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 in and then you can click on: “CREATE NEW > TRACKING LINK”. Then click on “Mask URL” from the…

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Click fraud protection. How to Discover and Analyze Malicious Fraudulent Clicks

Malicious Fraudulent Clicks - ClickMeter Blog

TwitterFacebookGoogle+Linkedinemail  All digital marketers will attest that current click fraud protection is an art form and not a science. The only way to bridge the gap between art and science is data. With the ability to record up to 34-data points this is how ClickMeter helps its users identify and analyze when they believe they’re…

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Shopify Conversion Tracking for eCommerce Merchants

Shopify Conversion Tracking for eCommerce Merchants

TwitterFacebookGoogle+Linkedinemail  For eCommerce merchants there is a deep sea of check out platforms available for use. Those merchants using Shopify find themselves at an advantage, in particular when it comes to Shopify conversion tracking.  For eCommerce merchants it’s all about understanding how they’re driving traffic to their website and more importantly how much of that…

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Advanced IP Privacy in Analytics

advanced ip privacy in analytics

TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedinemailIs your company compliant with privacy laws using a web analytic tool? Although major analytics tools do not associate the identity of the user with data they store, legislation (especially in European countries) is becoming increasingly severe. The main concern is that the IP address sometimes allows identification of the computer or the company the connection…

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Spider Bots on Twitter

Spider bots twitter

TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedinemailAre your Twitter metrics Human Users? For Social Media Managers (SMM) to effectively track their online marketing initiatives, on platforms like Twitter, they need to be using metrics that clearly differentiate between human-clicks and non-human-clicks. Why is this so important? The human-clicks are the clicks that count, and having these clearly separated from all the…

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Data Driven Innovation: Ingesting Click Data for Analytics

Data Driven Innovation

TwitterFacebookGoogle+Linkedinemail  Anyone working closely with the CTO of their company knows just how difficult, and oftentimes “thankless” the job can be. People seem to only notice when something goes wrong with a customer’s experience, or when the internet isn’t working at world class speeds around the office… But what about all of the little things…

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AWS Summit Keynote: Ingesting Click Data for Analytics

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TwitterFacebookGoogle+Linkedinemail  Last week (April 14, 2016) at AWS Summit Milan, ClickMeter CTO, Francesco Furiani delivered the keynote “Ingesting Click Data for Analytics.” Anyone working closely with the CTO of their company knows just how difficult, and oftentimes “thankless” the job can be. People seem to only notice when something goes wrong with a customer’s experience,…

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Meet ClickMeter at Web Summit

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TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedinemailClickMeter will be at the Web Summit, one of the most important worldwide events for startups taking place in Dublin from 3rd to 5th November. During our time at the venue we will connect with influencers, users, startups and entrepreneurs to show them our product, how it works and what it is. ClickMeter allows brands…

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