Rebuilding a Blog - Part 4

Posted on Di 04 Oktober 2016 in misc • Tagged with Content Marketing, Internet, Data Science, RapidMiner • 2 min read

This post on rebuilding a blog is continuation of my previous post.

In this post I wanted to review some goals I created in Google Analytics. These goals were created to see how people are interacting with my site.

Goals

I created a total of 7 goals: Sticky Time, how …


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Latest Writings Elsewhere for September 2016

Posted on Do 29 September 2016 in misc • Tagged with Content Marketing, Internet, Data Science, RapidMiner, Tutorials • 1 min read

Just a quick list of the content I've created some place other than this blog. This current list is 100% RapidMiner related but I'd like to branch out into guest posting. If any of my readers would like a guest post on their blog or site from me, then contact …


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Rebuilding a Blog - Part 3

Posted on Di 06 September 2016 in misc • Tagged with Content Marketing, Internet, Data Science, RapidMiner • 1 min read

This post on rebuilding a blog is continuation of my previous post.

My new SEO strategy is starting to pay off and I owe it all to tweaking the Blot.IM templates. I spent time changing the templates for better metadata and tag handling, and it appears to be working …


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Rebuilding a Blog - Part 2

Posted on Fr 05 August 2016 in misc • Tagged with Content Marketing, Internet, Data Science, RapidMiner • 2 min read

What's not surprising is that my readers come from all over the world. The map below are where they came from in the first half of 2016. The majority of them came from the USA, followed by Europe, and then Asia. This does not come as a surprise and makes …


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Rebuilding a Blog - Part 1

Posted on Mo 11 Juli 2016 in misc • Tagged with Content Marketing, Internet, Blogging, Traffic • 1 min read

My whole "buy a roll of film using Google Adsense" experiment is turning out to be an eye opening one. It's eye opening in the sense of scary.

I took a look at my Google Analytics data from the start of this year through June 30th. It's easy to see …


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