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If your server is apache with mod_rewrite installed, then you can use friendly urls that map to real urls with the query strings then users only see the friendly urls. Here's some code to put in .htaccess: RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^section/(.*)$ /path/to/specialpage.php?section=$1 [L] Basically what these lines do is allow one to put in a friendly ...
You can share the Gmail Login Credentials to them if you trust them. The other method is you can provide them permission access to your Analytics account by https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1009702?hl=en this procedure. It is always recommended to follow the second method in which your personal Gmail & Google Drive information is not ...
No, don't give your Google passwords to anyone. Pretty much every Google business tool should allow you to delegate access to additional Google accounts. Here are support pages for adding users to several Google services. Google Analytics Google My Business/Google+ pages Google Webmaster Tools
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