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Posted 23rd May 2014 at 08:06 AM by yukon Comments 0
This is part 2 of Tutorial - Track Online or Offline Link Clicks.

Here's how to expand on tracking hashtag URL clicks with Google Analytics.

This example is about tracking clicks directly on Google SERPs If you have hashtag jump links below the SERP description (ex: domain.com/ford#mustang).

Here's a real example where Wikipedia could easily track all their individual keyword anchor-text clicks in Google SERPs.


Posted 15th May 2014 at 08:46 PM by yukon Comments 0
Here's how to track inbound hashtag link/keyword clicks & get that data shown in GA (Google Analytic).


1) Add this code snippet (below) to the GA code that's on your webpage <head> HTML source code.

_gaq.push(['_trackPageview', location.pathname + location.search + location.hash]);
The old default GA code should look something like this (below):

2) Now you can...

Posted 23rd July 2013 at 11:31 AM by yukon Comments 2
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This is a copy of a comment I made on the Video forum (Another Type of Content: Infographics).

Here's a tip for how to get free backlinks (SEO/direct traffic) from sites that already promote similar niche infographics.

Do a Google search for your main keyword + the word infogaphic. I'll use the root keyword weight loss infographic. I'm searching Google Images for same niche infographics.

Open one of the infographics you found on Google...

Posted 10th May 2013 at 07:11 PM by yukon Comments 0

What this does is create a folder full of keywords that can be manually checked in the SERPs just as fast as you can click the internet Incognito shortcut icons. Your history is cleared on each new keyword search since each keyword search is a new Incognito browser session. I would still run CCleaner (free) before checking the first Incognito browser shortcut.


Posted 19th March 2013 at 09:01 AM by yukon Comments 0
This is a quick way to check your site for hidden base64 links, which are used by link spammers. There's multiple ways to check a live site for hidden links, this technique is one of the faster ways to check a Wordpress theme.

This assumes your not technically challenged. If you need individual help checking your own files, hire someone to help you, tell them to read the instructions below.

Step #1

Get a copy of your Wordpress theme onto...
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