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bio website neolisk.com
location Mississauga, Canada
age 25
visits member for 1 year, 8 months
seen Jun 12 '13 at 14:44
  • MCSD: Web Applications (since 12/14/2013).
  • MCPD: Windows Developer .NET 3.5 (since 09/16/2012).
  • Specializing in anything VB.NET, experienced using .NET 4.0 WinForms & ADO.NET.
  • Researcher at heart, always looking for ways to improve.

Dec
29
awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
1
awarded  Supporter
Nov
1
comment Google analytics not provided for 55% of total traffic
I am more interested in people coming from google search, as they used to be 95% of my traffic. In this case the link was never taken out of google, so it should pass data to analytics correctly, right?
Oct
31
comment Google analytics not provided for 55% of total traffic
Thanks for your input. I think Google can and should, it's their search engine after all. I see no difference in how results should be interpreted, whether encrypted or not.
Oct
31
comment Google analytics not provided for 55% of total traffic
@TheDisintegrator: my point is - encryption of google search for signed in users is to protect your privacy against 3rd party, such as the internet provider. You still trust Google in giving them your password and your keywords (and your email data and many more). So they should be able to summarize and pass this anonymous data to users of analytics, regardless of whether search was encrypted or not. It does not hurt your privacy.
Oct
31
asked Google analytics not provided for 55% of total traffic
Oct
3
comment Edit robots.txt on google sites
Are you suggesting that having 404 on admin/internal pages all the time is normal, even though they were never supposed to be indexed in the first place? Even though they contain a different keyword set (compared to the site content), which if added multiple times, can ruin my ranking, because Google will assume my content is garbage?
Sep
28
comment Unify google sites and my own domain in webmaster tools and google search
If anyone's interested what happened next, I got the traffic decrease down to 60% of the original. Now it's close to 70%, but still not at the mark it used to be, before I requested URL removal. And it's almost two months since then - just something to consider. Some facts here - according to Google Analytics, I got to the point where it was in December 2011.
Sep
26
comment Edit robots.txt on google sites
@Su': this is exactly the case. For some reason there are so many admin pages being reported as 404 like that, it's just this one is the most common pattern out of all.
Sep
26
asked Edit robots.txt on google sites
Aug
9
comment Unify google sites and my own domain in webmaster tools and google search
Reference to google sites counterpart removed same day the request was submitted. Thanks.
Aug
8
awarded  Scholar
Aug
8
accepted Unify google sites and my own domain in webmaster tools and google search
Aug
8
comment Unify google sites and my own domain in webmaster tools and google search
Yeah, looks like the only way to go for now. I'll try that tomorrow and will report in a week or so, hope it works by then. Thanks for a very thorough answer - this seems to be a rather common problem, even though I could not find the answer from Google search.
Aug
7
awarded  Student
Aug
7
comment Unify google sites and my own domain in webmaster tools and google search
@danlefree, I cannot, because neolisk.com points to sites.google.com/site/neolisk. If I setup a 301 redirect, it would end up in an infinite loop, would it not?
Aug
2
asked Unify google sites and my own domain in webmaster tools and google search