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From my experience with this, it seems that Google Analytics e-commerce data includes shipping and/or sales tax.


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PageRank has not been made publicly available for years. So do not make decisions based upon that. The question should be more about how many inbound (back) links the site has and how much direct traffic you receive from these links. If the answer is, the links have little value and I do not see much traffic from them, then you can likely safely ignore any ...


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The most generalized way you can use to see user behavior for filters is : ga('send', { hitType: 'event', eventCategory: 'Filters', eventAction: '{{FilterName}} Set', // FilterName : Color, Price , Size eventLabel: '{{FilterValue}}' // FilterValue : Yellow, $200, L }); Also if you are tracking product impressions for enhanced ecommerce, you can ...


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Pagination is not duplicate content... Google will and does index pagination pages regardless of the uniqueness of the page. Also, it is massively common for webmasters to not understand exactly what duplicate content is. Understanding what duplicate content is... Duplicate content is where the exact page appears elsewhere external or internally, ...


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I have an ecommerce site with paginated product categories. I would like to add a description for each category to improve the "thin content" problem ecommerce pages generally have. That can go on the first page of each product category so that people are introduced to the category. I would like this paragraph description to show on each page ...



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