On the path to a conversion, a user may conduct multiple searches and interact with multiple ads from the same advertiser. Google Ads’ attribution models allow the advertiser to control how the “conversion credit” is split amongst the various searched keywords that participated in the conversion process.
Web browsers make it very easy for a user to know if a webpage with a form (that includes password and credit card fields) is on a non-secure connection. The alert is meant to prevent users from entering sensitive information that could be compromised upon submit.
In order to collect website data, Google Analytics Tracking Code (GATC) sends an “interaction” each time a user views a page on a tagged website. This baseline implementation, can provide immediate insights such as:
However, in order for a website to present the right content to the right audience, a business needs to understand user interactions and flow through a website much more intimately. Read More