As we continue to build out the Digital Ninja Club, we are also now working on a new SEO Niche Site: OminDigital We’ll have a more thorough release on the project plans, but for now, enjoy!
Working with Conduit Digital, we have the inside track to all of their latest projects, and they are well on their way to having a successful Podcast, in Agency Talk, and we wanted to highlight one of their recent interviews, with none other than Gary V himself. For Episode 6 of Agency Talk Season 2, Marcus and Tim spoke with Gary Vaynerchuk, an entrepreneur, author, speaker, and Internet personality.
If you haven’t heard by now, Universal Analytics (UA) from Google Analytics, will be going away as of July 1st, 2023, and replaced by GA4. What does this mean? Well, for now, not much, other than you need to start preparing yourself (and your website) for the change. Understand what’s going to happen Until July 1, 2023, you can continue to use and collect new data in your Universal Analytics properties. After July 1, 2023, you’ll be able to access your previously processed data in your Universal Analytics property for at least six months. We know your data is important to you, and we strongly encourage you to export your historical reports […]
In a recent article, we discussed the Landing Page Platform, Instapage, and how it can benefit you in your Digital Marketing portfolio. Recently, we ran into an issue with one of our pages not tracking the Form Submissions correctly in Google Tag Manager. We found that it was possible to get a false-positive submission if someone clicked the Submit Button, before completely filling out the form. While this may be a rare occurrence, it was still something we wanted to address and correct. Note: this is for tracking the built-in forms that are part of Instapage, not any third-party forms that may be used separately from Instapage. 1) To start, […]
Have you ever had somebody say they sent you an email, but you never got it, or you ended up finding it in Spam/Junk? Yeah, it happens to all of us. So, what can you do about it? Well, there is the process of ‘Whitelisting’ an email, so that it doesn’t end up in Spam. Let’s take a look at what you need to do, to always receive those very important emails. In this scenario, we will be showing you how to set up a Whitelist Filter in Gmail. 1) Login to Gmail, click on the gear icon and select “Settings”: 2) Select “Filters and blocked addresses”: 3) Scroll past all your existing […]
We recently did a tech training for our team at Traffic Builders on the basics of Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager. While the Ad-Ops products are the meat and potatoes of our services, all of the data and metrics usually comes back to being able to track the performance of those products, and for that, we use Analytics and Tag Manager. Here’s a link to our Slide/Deck, and some quick snippets are outlined below. Google Analytics Access – Account / Property / View Create New Account Create New Property Google Tag Manager Access – Account / Container Create New Container Add Tag(s) Installation Into WordPress Admin Level User Access […]
As websites have evolved, in their design, and more importantly, purpose, the creation of Landing Pages has become a key part of Digital Marketing. Using your existing website to build a landing page has both its Pros & Cons. While it is convenient to just build another page on your existing site, there can be downsides to doing so, in both design and function. There are many other dedicated platforms out there that specialize in creating landing pages, one of which is Instapage, which we have been using for some time now, and today, we’ll give you a basic intro to it and how it works. As Instapage says on […]
In one of our recent articles, “The Anatomy of A Website“, we discussed the basic components of what makes a website tick. The backend is built on the WordPress Core along with Themes and Plugins. Once you are ready to publish your site, you will need to have a few additional items in order to get your new site online. Today, we will discuss what those items are and how they all work together. When you visit a website, you navigate to it via a browser such as Chrome, or Bing, to what is called a Domain, or URL. In our case, the domain is https://digitalninja.club/. A website is stored, […]
We’ll be setting up a basic WordPress tutorial session this Wednesday 11/14/18 for anyone interested in learning a little more about the basics of WordPress and how to navigate the backend, make basic edits and update blog posts and other features typically involved in SEO management of a website.
web·site: a location connected to the Internet that maintains one or more pages on the World Wide Web. A website is a collection of related web pages, including multimedia content, typically identified with a common domain name, and published on at least one web server. Notable examples are wikipedia.org, google.com, and amazon.com. Today roughly 380 new websites are created every minute across the World. (Wiki) At Traffic Builders, we build most, if not all of our websites with WordPress. “WordPress is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. Features include a plugin architecture and a template system. It is most associated with blogging but supports […]