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Jun
21
accepted Reporting Copied (Stolen) Product Descriptions to Google
Jun
20
comment Reporting Copied (Stolen) Product Descriptions to Google
Thanks, the form you posted looks more relevant than the one I found.
Jun
20
comment Reporting Copied (Stolen) Product Descriptions to Google
@LazyOne - I wouldn't worry about descriptions with the manufacturer description as the core idea either, since everyone can get those and reword them etc. Detailed analysis of the product is the type of info we want to protect.
Jun
20
accepted 301 Redirect are these URLs equivalent?
Jun
20
asked Reporting Copied (Stolen) Product Descriptions to Google
Jun
10
comment Litmus test to determine if javascript content is crawlable
+1 - Thanks for the up-to-date articles on the subject. Good post.
Jun
10
answered Litmus test to determine if javascript content is crawlable
Jun
10
comment Shopping Cart Abandonment Email Service?
+1 paulmorriss - @Dan Smith - This could be implemented properly, but there should be a delay before sending the email. There's a high potential to annoy your customers with this type of thing.
Jun
10
comment Building an online store, things to consider
This type of question almost always gets closed. My consensus is that these types of questions are better suited for a paid consultant than stackexchange.
Jun
10
asked Litmus test to determine if javascript content is crawlable
Jun
9
answered baffling comment spam
Jun
7
comment Google Analytics Subdomain Tracking for WordPress
@WouterB - Glad it helped!
Jun
7
revised Google Analytics Subdomain Tracking for WordPress
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Jun
7
comment Google Analytics Subdomain Tracking for WordPress
@WouterB - For the filters you'll need to create a profile for each subdomain then apply a filter. I'll modify my answer with an article link that details the process clearly.
Jun
7
comment Google Analytics Subdomain Tracking for WordPress
@WouterB - There's a performance benefit in splitting the code if there's a delay in loading the rendering portion of the script. By putting it after the rest of the page loads, you avoid the delay. You've probably seen bad implementations on webpages where the page doesn't render until the ga code finishes loading and you stare at page where only the background has loaded. Break the code up right before (function()
Jun
7
accepted Google Adwords - Conversion lag time
Jun
7
comment Google Analytics Subdomain Tracking for WordPress
This is the asynchronous solution. You can also split the script up by placing the top portion in the <head> and the bottom portion before </body>. If you do that include open and close script tags around both sets of code.
Jun
7
revised Google Analytics Subdomain Tracking for WordPress
added 102 characters in body; edited body
Jun
7
answered Google Analytics Subdomain Tracking for WordPress
Jun
6
comment Google Adwords - Conversion lag time
+1 - Interesting, the recommended articles on the side from the link you provided reference 24 hours for how long a conversion could take, but we never see it happen under 48 hours. Its strange that in the adwords interface they don't indicate if you should be seeing conversions for your selected date range. This must confuse a lot of people who don't figure out there's lag time.