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Advanced SEO presentation from CMS Expo, December 2008.

Advanced SEO presentation from CMS Expo, December 2008.

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  • 1. Advanced SEO Steve Burge December 4th, 2008
  • 2. The MoneyBall Question
  • 3. The MoneyBall Question
    • How can poor teams compete?
    • Salaries
  • 4. The Realisation
    • Other teams choose players on instinct.
    • They don’t use any objective values.
  • 5. The Old Way
    • “He looks like a good player …”
  • 6. The New Way
    • “I know he’s a good player.
  • 7. Most People Still Do This:
    • “It looks like a good keyword …”
  • 8. The Question
    • This is the fundamental baseball question:
    • How much do players cost, compared to how many games they win you?
  • 9. The Question
    • This is the fundamental SEO question:
    • How much do visitors cost you compared to how much they earn you?
  • 10. The Solution
    • This is the fundamental solution:
    • Track and value the visitor from origin to sale.
    • It costs us 10 cents per user
    • 1 in 50 users purchases
    • One average purchase makes us $10
    • $10 profit from $5 spent
  • 11. What We’re Up To
    • Step 1: Get the Data
    • A) Woopra
    • B) Google
    • C) Others
    • Step 2: Use the Data
    • A) Goals
    • B) Funnels
    • C) Adwords
  • 12. Part 1: Get the Data
  • 13. A) Woopra
    • Woopra = Right Now Analytics
    The Babe Ruth of Analytics
  • 14. Woopra
    • 1) Details on Users
    2) Start a Chat …
  • 15. Woopra
    • 2) Live Keywords
  • 16. Woopra
    • 3) Instant Alerts
  • 17. Woopra Installation
    • Sign up at Woopra.com (PC only)
    • Wait for approval
    • Download RokWoopra
    • Install as a plugin on Joomla 1.5
  • 18. Woopra Pros + Cons
    • Pros
    • Can track registered users
    • Great SSL support for E-Commerce
    • Much better live stats than Google
    • Cons
    • Difficult to dig deep and compare stats
    • Sometimes slows the site a little
    • No natural integration with Adwords
  • 19. B) Google Analytics
    • Google = Long-Term Analytics
    The Alex Rodriguez of Statistics
  • 20. Google Analytics
    • 1) Easy to Compare Long-Term Trends
  • 21. Google Analytics
    • 2) Huge Range of Stats Collected
  • 22. Google Analytics
    • 3) Fantastic Reports Emailed To You
  • 23. Google Analytics
    • 4) Graphical Site Overview
  • 24. Goggle Analytics Installation
    • Sign up at google.com/analytics
    • Enter a site
    • Place the code at the bottom of your template’s index.php above the </body> tag
  • 25. Google Pros + Cons
    • Pros
    • Great for digging deep
    • Clear, easy interface
    • Integrates with other Google tools
    • Cons
    • Doesn’t play well with SSLs
    • Stats are always several hours old
    • No special Joomla integration
  • 26. C) Others
    • Do: Step outside this list with CrazyEgg.com, Omniture.com
    • Do: Use AWStats / Analytics from Hosting Companies
    • Don’t: Use Joomla extensions
    • Don’t : Make your stats public
  • 27. C) Others
    • Why use several? Stats vary.
  • 28. Part 2: Use the Data
  • 29. A) Goals
    • Goals = Users performing a single action
  • 30. Goals
    • Google will track how many times that action is completed.
  • 31. Goals
    • Track which sites send users who complete your goal:
    • Here Adwords is the worst performer and MSN the best!
  • 32. Goals
    • You can tell Google what the goal is worth to you:
    • If you don’t know, find out!
    • Google will then track it:
  • 33. Goals
    • See which keywords convert well
    • Some keywords like “coupon code” show great user intent.
    • http://adlab.msn.com/Online-Commercial-Intention/
  • 34. Goals Installation
    • Go to Google Analytics
    • Click edit by a domain name
    • Click edit by one of the goals
    • Enter the page you want people to reach
  • 35. B) Funnels
    • Funnels = Multiple Steps to a Goal
    1) Register 2) Choose a plan 3) Checkout 4) Thank You!
  • 36. Funnels
    • Goal tracks user dropout at each stage:
  • 37. Funnels Installation
    • Add more URLs when creating a goal:
  • 38. C) Adwords
    • AKA: a quick way to burn money
  • 39. Adwords
    • … not when you can track conversions. Google will show which keywords lead to people completing goals.
  • 40. Install Adwords Conversions
    • Login to Adwords
    • Click “Conversion Tracking”
    • Click “Create your first action”
    • Follow the steps
    • Place code on the final page
  • 41. Voila!
    • You know what visitor X is worth to you.
  • 42. Over to You …
  • 43. Next Step
    • Expert : Try Barrie’s Black Belt Joomla class tomorrow. He’s talking about Google Website Optimizer – the next step on this path.
    • Basic : Try my classes tomorrow:
    • Make Google Love You = SEO Intro
    • Web Marketing = Joomla SEO intro

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