A few months ago, i’ve been releasing an Asynchronous Google Analytics for WordPress plugin. I’ve never realize there are so much antusiasm with my plugin. There are thousand downloaded and used by wordpress user / blogger all around the world. This have been push my abilities to expand and improve the plugin features and functionalities. [...]
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Basically, the Asynchronous Google Analytics for WordPress plugin still came with the original features of “Google Analytics for WordPress” plugin, except that the plugin using new asynchronous tracking method NOW! In the plugin setting panel, you can activate / deactivate the asynchronous tracking method easily; so, you can still decide between using the traditional tracking method or use new asynchronous tracking method; which the default is using new asynchronous tracking method.
Well, that’s a good start question to know about it. Google Analytics is one of the top free tools (or in another words it’s usually called “service“) offered by Google that can be used for analyzing traffic and generates detailed statistics about the visitors on your website. Google Analytics is a powerful tool for monitoring [...]
Split testing is a way to experiment with a live site and find which headlines and text are the most effective. Amazon uses split testing to determine which versions of their site convert customers better. We’ll use WordPress and Google’s Website Optimizer to test two different headlines, and find which works best at capturing customer [...]