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Slobodan Manic
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I'll be there as host!! Brushing up on my British humour (see what I did there??) now.... 
This will be a great event with +Jenise Uehara Henrikson, +Loren Baker, +Slobodan Manic, +Jessica Cromwell, and the +Searchmetrics team!
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Google Analytics custom dimensions can help you really understand your content and plan your content strategy.
Wouldn’t it be cool if Google Analytics knew who post authors are, which categories posts are in, and when they were published? Easy, use custom dimensions.
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Marketing and selling WordPress products through marketplaces, PPC, affiliate programs, content marketing and by interacting with the WordPress community can be quite a satisfying job.

A great post by +Dragan Nikolic 
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Custom Event Listeners For GTM

Create your own event listener for Google Tag Manager with this guide.

Many times I've been in a situation where I wish GTM had a listener such as 'change' or 'reset' out-of-the-box. It's possible and likely that the family of available listeners will be extended in the near future, but you can always create your own listeners, while still observing best practices and the design patterns of GTM's own proprietary features.

In this guide, you'll create a generic event handler macro which serves all your custom listener needs. The point is that you only need to create a simple listener tag (Custom HTML) for your listeners, and you can then reuse this generic macro as the callback of each new listener. It's really dead simple.

I use an example of the Change listener in the guide, but you can use pretty much any of the supported event types, or if you're a real tag master / JS wizard, you can use your own custom events.

#gde   #googleanalytics   #blogpost  
A guide for setting up your own event listeners in Google Tag Manager. Extend the current capabilities of auto-event tracking with these instructions.
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Best digital analytics and data visualization posts from last week.
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You could painstakingly examine each link in each post... and decide to ​take action on the links... one at a time. Or, you can use LinkPatrol.
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Get a concrete, accurate description of who you are and why you do things the way you do.
Our readers say the 16Personalities test is so accurate, 'it's a little bit creepy.' Get a concrete, accurate description of who you are and why you do things the way you do. Free. No registration required. TAKE THE TEST. As I began to read this, my jaw started to slowly drop.
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I wrote about tracking site search in Google Analytics, check it out!
Site search is one of the most obvious ways in which visitors interact with a website. If what they’re looking for is not right in front of them...
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My thoughts on pricing #WordPress plugins and why you should never let someone else set the price for you
Charge more and sell less so you can earn more and make sure every single customer is satisfied.
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Best 30 WordPress plugins for marketing your business
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Weight lifting, Dr J and horror flicks. Me being interviewed by SEJ's editor +Kelsey Jones 
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WordPress developer
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  • Alpha Brand Media
    CTO, 2103 - present
  • ThematoSoup
    WordPress developer, 2011 - 2014
  • Alpha Brand Media
    Senior WordPress developer, 2009 - 2013
  • SelfOptima
    UI developer, 2009 - 2012
  • Olibro
    WordPress developer, 2009 - 2012
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