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Google Analytics for Photographers: Answering Your Questions

Posted By Kim Larson On March 31, 2010 @ 12:02 am In Video Blog Posts | 2 Comments

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In this part of our video series on Google Analytics, I answer some of the questions I have received from Black Star Rising readers. (You can find the previous posts in this series here [2].)

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#1 Comment By Andrew Areoff On April 1, 2010 @ 3:54 am

Thanks for this video. You make a good point about flash based photography websites and analytics. Not only are most flash websites 'anti-SEO' but they also make it difficult for services like Google Analytics to track visits to invidivual pages.

This is one of the reasons why our sister company [3] built my photography website using good old .html pages, well using WordPress actually. This way each and every image uploaded exists on a separate page, giving search engines plenty of opportunities to index and rank these pages.

And as a result Google Analytics is able to track activity on each of these pages and give me rich information about who is visiting the site.

#2 Comment By Daniel Kevorkian On April 1, 2010 @ 7:42 pm

I have switched from a manully written flash+html website to a fully wordpress website, where the implementation of Google Analytics is automatic and quick.


I warmly suggest this solution, especially if you have to manage the website on your own.

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