Seo positive assess the introduction of google analytics content …
Following news of this new development, the search experts were keen to see how they could use the tool to review their client’s sites in a bid to provide them with the best conversion rates.
(PRWEB UK) 12 June 2012
Google announced recently through their blog, their decision to add Content Experiments to their Analytics to help users create better websites, through enabling them to measure, test and optimise all in one place. Google have described the development as the first step in simplifying website testing and the service allows users to decide which page designs, layouts and content are the most effective. Available to all users, Google Analytics Content Experiments is set to become accessible over the next couple of weeks.
The team at Essex-based SEO Positive are known for their innovative approach to online marketing and have a strong commitment to keeping up to date with the latest industry news and developments. Following news of this new development, the search experts were keen to see how they could use the tool to review their client’s sites in a bid to provide them with the best conversion rates.
Head of Search at SEO Positive, Matt Wood, explains how the team plan to make use of Google’s Content Experiments to evaluate their site’s effectiveness and how certain issues are impacting on the site’s overall performance.
“From the information Google has provided us with, it seems as though its website testing facilities could really benefit our specialists when analysing our clients’ sites, allowing us to make recommendations to them based on which aspects of their content work best, and where there are areas for improvement”, Matt explains.
SEO Positive was established in 2007 in Chelmsford, Essex with the aim of bringing effective yet affordable online marketing services to companies from all industries and backgrounds. The company offers a huge range of services including search engine optimisation, Pay Per Click account management, social media marketing and website design.
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