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Well this really depends on what the chat is for. I quite like live chat for example when: It's discreet, in that there are no popups without your consent e.g. by clicking a link. I only chat when I have a problem or a question I want to ask immediately. Sometimes I don't want to wait for an email reply the following day (or the next). If the chat obeys ...


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This is directly from Amazon Associates, the short answer is no you cannot track Amazon sales as conversions in Google Analytics. The Amazon Associates reports will only reflect clicks that result in a session being created. This means the customer must click though your Associates link and the Amazon.com site must load. Many third party ...


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You need eyedropper kind of tool, for example: Open image in Adobe Photoshop/Fireworks and use Eyedropper tool ColorZilla extension for Firefox Eye Dropper extension for Google Chrome EyeDropper standalone Windows application. ColorPic for Windows


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This is what me and the team here at work use when bringing MS Word content to HTML: http://word2cleanhtml.com/ We check all the boxes, paste the code, then convert. I hope that helps.


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Assisted Conversions Assuming your Adwords account is connected to a Google Analytics property you can find this information on the 'Assisted Conversions' section of Analytics. Conversions > Multi-Channel Funnels > Assisted Conversions Near the top of the page you'll see a button which allows you to see data relating to all your traffic, or just your ...


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This is a good question and I'm not going to be able to explain it as well as some other users who might comment later but I'll let you know what I know. As you might know Analytics and Adwords are separate and the data they record is different. Adwords code is different because its more cookie orientated - following the user based of the gclid of the ad ...


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Any graphics program like Photoshop or Gimp can tell you what the hex code or RGB that color is.


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I think the best solution for this would be using a WYSIWYG editor. TinyMCE, for example, it's a good one - although i suspect you might need a standalone one. The usage would be similar to any word-like program, but the output would be straight HTML. Also, have you tried other word-like programs, as OpenOffice or LibreOffice? The HTML it's not great, as it ...


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I figured it out. What happens is that users who are not logged in yet get redirected to the sign in page and the GA code doesn't get executed until after they are redirected back after they login. So the login page gets a new client id. The solution I came up with was to tweak with the redirection logic (devise) and to pass the _ga parameter to the login ...


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This is obviously going to depend on the site/service/salesperson. But most sites I've come across don't pop-up a live-chat invitation. So if you find it annoying, you could always not go that route. Or some businesses prefer to use live analytics to identify when a user who's shown interest in a product is looking for some help—then, and only then, do ...


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Artisteer is not good enough. You cannot get the original look. It is better to manually convert the theme. Take any Drupal 7 framework like Zen and Genesis Style the CSS using the Joomla/WordPress style sheet. Use the same design elements that are used in the old theme. Use some Modules like Views and Panels to get the teasers on the front page. If you ...


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Supposedly trustmarks actually do have some influence on consumer confidence. Though all the whitepapers I've seen that claim this are also published by VeriSign and similar trustmark vendors. However, if you trust these claims, then a VeriSign, BBB, as well as a trustmark from your SSL vendor (perhaps an EV SSL cert) might help establish confidence. Though ...


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Contacted Google. Here's their response: Goal value is assigned to a goal based on the number you enter while setting up a goal. Therefore, it's not possible to do something that you mention, ie, add it retroactively. If the user reaches a certain page on your website at the time the value of the conversion is determined, you may create ...


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According to the following article "Screen Resolution=(not set)" means that there was no information regarding the visitor's screen resolution saved: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2820717?hl=en Looking at your data for all aggregated visitors, or removing the visitors from which the screen resolution is unknown, is basically looking at ...


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A lot of it is logic: for example, if people search for cheap web hosting, then they are probably looking to buy web hosting. The word cheap implies that they are looking to buy something, because cheap is a price and when people are searching for a price then they probably are searching for a product, and when people search for a product they usually want ...


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In short - no. With regards to on-page SEO, the markup of the site and the url structure are fundamentally important to increasing organic traffic. Unless you can find a way to optimise the pages, i fear your efforts may be in vain.


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If I understand your question correctly, you wish to convert HTML pages on your site to a single PDF file. I guess the total HTML files are around 20. So rather than use a tool, you can manually open the pages in Chrome, choose the Print option & "Save as PDF". If you want to merge them into a single PDF, you can use one of the many free online or ...


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These guys regularly put out great stuff on conversion rate optimization http://www.conversion-rate-experts.com/learning-zone/ As for tools there are plenty of free or cheap options: Free - Google analytics, google website optimizer, clicktale (has free and paid options) as well as survey type products kampyle, and 4q for example. Affordable - ...


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Get quotes from early adopters and beta users. Journalists, bloggers, beta users, and well-known individuals in the field your app targets are good sources of testimonials; they don't have to come from long-term users. Mine twitter to see what people are saying about your app. Pull the best quotes onto your homepage under a header such as "What people say ...


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I've developed web sites for customers who chose to use these, but we didn't really see any changes in traffic or conversions after implementing them. I believe most people have gotten to the point where they just blocl out any non-relevant or non-pertinent information on a web page. Basically, if it isn't part of what they are looking for/at, then they tend ...


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Allowing people to pay with their preferred currency should offer you higher conversion rates as anything that makes the user's experience easier typically increases conversion rates. However, offering too many options can have the opposite effect as users can feel overwhelmed and/or be confused by their options and abandon the payment process altogether. A ...


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On Mac: the built-in DigitalColor Meter. On Windows: ColorPic


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You can do this with data segmentation in Google Analytics. Go to +Add New Segement and select paid customers, then browse under the behaviour path for the funnels. You can customise segments as well based on other criteria to get more insights. However, this would just be broad overview for segmented paid traffic. The real useful data comes from ...


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First some Google Analytics terms: Campaigns - The source of paid traffic (such as PPC). Goals - Conversion events To get Google Analytics to attribute conversions to your PPC traffic you need to configure Google Analytics for both campaigns and goals. Campaigns Use the Google Analytics URL builder to build inbound URLs for all your paid traffic. ...


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The validation conversion rate is just a "prediction", but when you see you actual conversion rate it is 0 because the goal hasn't taken effect yet. You will need to wait a day for conversion rates to be non-zero, assuming you get actual conversion until then. Goals are not retroactive either.


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From my experience, a single Facebook conversion tracking pixel works fine to measure the performance of multiple ads. In case you don't trust this answer, feel free to create a conversion pixel for each ad. Don't forget to connect the pixel to the ad. When you are using for instance Google Tag Manager, it's easy to add/remove conversion pixels


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Google officially lists google_conversion_order_id as a supported method for preventing duplication at https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/6386790?ctx=tltp. We also tested it and it appears to work as expected to prevent duplicates. We had considered going with a server-side approach, but there are cases where the order gets submitted and thus the ...


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Reports on click-assisted and impression-assisted conversions: Often, the "last click" before a conversion gets all the credit. But along the way, other clicks and impressions might have guided your customers towards that conversion. Two numbers can help you to see that fuller picture: Click-assisted conversions: All the conversions assisted by clicks ...


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The answer is yes, you paste the Baidu conversion snippet onto page 2 for both versions because Baidu needs to know where the conversion comes from in order to properly notify the system. I've never used the Baidu tracking, but this is how normal tracking system work.


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It is not possible to link 2 Analytics accounts. The only two possible connections are with Adwords and Webmaster Tools. What you can do to solve your problem is to have 2 tracking's in one website, and this way you can have everything within the same account: Documentation here -> https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1032400?hl=en



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