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May 22, 2013

What is Google Analytics and why would I need to use it?

How to use Google AnalyticsHow to use Google Analytics Intro to Google Analytics by Blerina Sanocki, Sr. Account Manager, Google, from the 2013 BlogPaws Conference. Google Analytics provides valuable information about what people are doing as they visit your web sites. Remember that Google Analytics is a tool with many features. Blerina shares some of the high-level approaches to using the tool to build your site's audience and achieve your goals.


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January 10, 2012

Market research via Google insights for Search can help discover what customers are looking for and when.

Google insights for Search website is great to discover trends in keywords and terms.

January 10, 2012

Market research via Google insights for Search can help discover what customers are looking for and when.

Google insights for Search website is great to discover trends in keywords and terms.

January 10, 2012

The internet has many deep sources of data and there are tools that can help you get there.

Like many people, Google, Yahoo!, or Bing are the first places you start a search. Using one of these sites is ingrained into our day to day activities. While these sites are excellent starting points, they are not the only places from which to discover information.

January 10, 2012

Looking for ag data can seem daunting. Use these web sites and the power of Google to speed up the search and reduce the hassle.

When looking for information on world agriculture, where do you start? The following websites are good starting points. They are not all encompassing but they will get you started.

Use the power of Google Search. For example Google allows you to specify that your search results must come from a given website. For example, the query [ corn site:fao.org ] will return pages about corn but only from fao.org.