I would not create fake accounts to make it look as if the site is populated as that can backfire on you in too many ways.
Unless you are very skilled at creating content that looks like it is from different people you may find that your users will be able to spot the fake accounts. Always remember that humans are pattern-seeking mammals and if the ...
How about putting the new website up alongside the old website? You could begin with having the old website as the default view, with a link saying 'Try out the new website' at the top, for example. Make it easy for users to provide feedback, so they can tell you about any transition problems they had (you could use something like UserVoice to save hassle).
The Audience → Behavior → Engagement report can be applied to the visitors on a set of pages using advanced segments.
You need to create a segment for the users that visit the page in question:
Click "+ Add Segment"
Click "+ New Segment"
Name the new segment where it says "Segment name" (eg "home page visitors")
Click on "Advanced" "Conditions"
Click on ...
Disqus does have the option to cache comments locally, and emit them into the parent page. But it's neither easy nor elegant. Their documented solution is to create a database table, and set up a cron job to query their API, using their API client code.
For the Rails crowd: Juvia seems very interesting. It's a self-hosted generic commenting system which ...
Make custom Reports with recently released Google Docs Add-On for Google Analytics more here.
No need to learn Apps Scripts.
If you need more robust solution to integrate with your app use Google Reporting API devguide
vDog, can I call you v for short? I feel like I could be giving advice to my nephew.
Anything you say publicly can effect your business and life. It is no different now than 20 years ago except that much of what you put out can hang around a very long time. There are three things you do not discuss, Politics, Religion, your own Personal Life. Period.
For your site architecture, you can take inspiration from famous newspapers websites. In general,
articles on these websites are categorized by theme (all economics articles in the same category, all
sport articles in the same category, etc.). If your site has many articles, you can also create
subcategories like for example football, tennis, golf, etc. ...
The simplest thing to do would be to just use the same fragment identifier (link with the # symbol) that you are already using. Is there any reason you can't add that as the link in your bread crumb.
Using your bread crumb example:
Home > Product List > Product Category > Product 3
If you want to link directly to the product category section on the ...
The Plugin you are using is a third-party plugin and therefore not supported by the piwik team.
According to this github issue the plugin isn't compatible with Piwik 3.
As it seems like the plugin isn't maintained any more, I'd recommend you to look into the official heatmap plugin, which does the same and even more.
Infinite scroll is not SEO friendly. Google and other search engines will have trouble indexing the content that is not loaded into the page when it is first fetched.
To get referrals from search engines to specific articles, you need have a page for each article. Search engines won't recommend specific articles from your site to their users if their ...
Yes, this is quite simple to achieve in Google Analytics...
From your 'Reporting' tab in GA:-
Set your time period.
Navigate to Behaviour > Site Content > Landing Pages
Click on 'Bounce Rate' to sort by those pages with the highest bounce rate.
I don't know this is a good idea, but this is what I have done right now:
First of all, I edited all my posts in tumblr and replaced contents with a link that points to corresponding post on my new address.
Then, I changed RSS, archive and page url's on my tumblr theme to point to my new domain.
Then, I have put this on head section on my theme file:
Well I guess this would go on to how the users adapt to your website.
I would not recommend regular redesigns because, as you said, people would have to rediscover the site every time and specially in a news website I would guess your demographics are mostly conservative people who like certain things to remain constant.
That being said, it should also be ...
There is no hard and fast data which can produce a percentage of site visitors who will fill our a feedback rating. As was mentioned above a simple and easy to use form which only takes a second or two (such as a star rating system) is more likely to attract ratings than a more complicated form that requires multiple drop downs to be filled in and a button ...