You’re blogging and posting but still, your organic traffic isn’t quite performing the way you had imagined. You’ve poured your heart and sweat into creating them. Late nights, early mornings… you name it. And yet, the blog posts you are super proud of aren’t appearing on the top of the search engine result page. What’s going on?
A handy Google Analytics checklist of stuff to get done when starting a blog. If you are already a seasoned blogger, this post may be helpful as a way of spring cleaning or upgrading 🤘. If you haven’t guessed already, I’m a fan of Google Analytics. I’ve worked with it for the last 10 years across small to large scale multinational companies and it’s always allowed me to achieve my personal and clients’ goals. It’s also free, easy to learn (and use), and integrates with a whole heap of other software programs – Mailchimp, Wordpress, SumoMe- that are popular among bloggers.
In this post, I want to talk about social media traffic and measuring how well they are contributing to blog traffic and visitation. As a blogger who also works full time, my before and after-work hours are insanely invaluable – which I am sure many of you can relate. It is a balancing act that on some days can be trying (with lots of tears, chocolate and maybe wine). I mean, does any of this sound familiar?
Struggling to set up and install Google Analytics on Wordpress? Are all the plugins and elusive codes overwhelming you? Cast that all aside! This easy walk-through/ how-to guide on setting up and installing Google Analytics is all you need. Use my recommended plugin (no coding required) and finish this crucial step in the next 20 minutes!
Hey there, I'm Michelle.
I created Hustle/Flow to help heart-centred individuals pursue their passion fearlessly and healthily. I teach bloggers, entrepreneurs and small business owners how to make their online hustle work, and how to keep the flow.