301 redirect for SEO

301 redirect seo

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemailAll 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

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LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemailWant 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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Data Driven Innovation: Ingesting Click Data for Analytics

Data Driven Innovation

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemail  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

click data for analytics

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemail  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

Clickmeter @WebSummit

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemailClickMeter 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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How to exclude some ip address from my reports

exclude ip address

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemailSometimes you need to exclude from your reports clicks and views coming from certain computers and networks IP addresses. This is useful especially in case you do not want your company internal clicks to be counted or if you noticed too many clicks coming from a particular IP that could be a bot or a…

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