Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Upcoming new changes for Google+ Page Owners and Managers

Hey Folks,

We are back in action again with new spice in Google SEO world, Thanks to Google for updating us, before updating anything in Google+ page permissions by email. We got email today by Google+ Team. we have also confirmed this by NeotericUK - Search engine Marketing Agency 

Google+ Team Informed us that, they are doing Google+ Page Owners and Managers and they let us know that we are updating these changes on November 11, 2013.


They have added a new setting that gives you more control over where your Page's name, photo and actions appear on Google and across the web.

Please have a look what Google+ updating, below are some changes that you need to look out for better understanding about these new updates of Google+.

1) Google+ is designed to enable your content to be discovered, for example, by surfacing contextually relevant content or actions when they might be of interest to others. We call these recommendations 'shared endorsements'.

 2) The changes to the Terms clarify details about how your Page's name, photo and relevant activity may appear in shared endorsements. For example, if your Page publicly follows another Page, Google may surface this action with your Page's name and photo when relevant and helpful to users, including in ads.

You're in control of what you share on Google. Your Page sharing settings are not affected and, as always, if you've shared something with a limited audience, we respect that.
This setting does not affect other places your Page's name and photo may appear. You can access this setting from your Page's Dashboard and may change it any time. If you turn the setting off, you may not be able to use certain features until you re-enable it and remember one more thing If you do not take any action, the Shared Endorsements setting will be turned on.

To learn more about these updates for Google+ Pages, you can review the updated Google Terms of Service as well as the Google+ Help Center.

Monday, 14 October 2013

New feature from Google for its user in the world

Hey folks,

Today Google, has announced some good new feature for showing user picture in Google search ads. please have a look to make your self updated with it.

Shared Endorsements
Google makes it easy for you to get great recommendations from your friends. For example, when you visit the Google Play music store, you may see that a friend has +1'd a new album by your favourite artist. When you search for a restaurant, you may see an ad including a 5-star review by another friend.

We call these shared endorsements. Here's what you need to know:

You're in control: Your content is only shared when you choose, and shared endorsements don't affect who can see your content or activity.
To help your friends and others find cool stuff online, your activity (such as reviews, +1's, follows, shares, etc.) may be used along with your name and photo in commercial or other promotional contexts.
When it comes to shared endorsements in ads, you can choose whether your name and photo may be used to help your friends find stuff that you love (and avoid stuff that you don't) – you can control this with the setting at the bottom of this page.
The name and photo shown in shared endorsements are the public profile name and photo you have chosen on Google+.

Here are a few examples of shared endorsements on Google. The "Summertime Spas" example below shows a shared endorsement displayed in an ad:

Saturday, 5 October 2013

Alternative of Google Analytics to view "Not provided" and "Not set" data

In previous weeks Google has updated two new updates named Google Humming bird and Google SSL data "Not provided" and "Not set", now by these updates Google Search users will not able to see logged in user data who search in Google. But don't worry we will provide you solution for this. 

There are some alternative in the market for the Google analytics but among some of them we have chosen the best one for you to track your website data in collective manner to analyze and do your business in right direction Please have a look below for some important alternatives of Google Analytics :

Clicky is a well-designed and comprehensive tracking tool. It tracks a large and robust amount of information by default, and its intutitive dashboard provides a snapshot of hourly traffic, top referrers, top pages viewed, and meta information like the total time spent on the site and bounce rate. It's easy to navigate, with just about everything you need available at a glance on a single page. The “Spy” button is a particularly engaging (if not entirely practical) way to see what users are doing on your site in real time, offering up a scrolling list of the pages they’re visiting and a world map plotting their locations. However, digging deeper into the tool can often send you scrambling to the Help system for a better understanding.

2) GoSquared

GoSquared is the analytics platform that helps you take action faster. Integrate with any website or app to monitor, understand and improve your business. GoSquared gives you the most intuitive dashboard for your key metrics and the most powerful API to build your own data-driven services.

GoSquared is free for 14 days, then requires upgrade. Plans range from $9 per month for 150,000 page views (monthly) over three sites, to $99 a month for 2.5 million views over 20 sites. The number of additional users you can add rises with each plan tier (at the $9 level, the service is available for only one user)

3) Woopra

Woopra is focused foremost on real-time analytics. Its dashboard looks like something out of the Pentagon, featuring a world map with hotspots indicating your visitors’ locations, top pages visited, and a nicely designed traffic sources infographic. Click over to the Visitors panel and you can see exactly what each visitor’s clickthrough pattern has been throughout their visit—and you can see what they’re reading at that very moment. The tool provides a lot of power with minimal effort on your part.

ShinyStat™ is the browser-based webanalytics platform developed and distributed by Shiny, a company that has been working in the IT industry since 1995, accredited by Audiweb as a census provider for certifying internet traffic. 

The experience gained over the years means the system stands out from the rest in terms of efficiency and functionality in tracking internet access.