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Hello ScrubIt !!! This is Public DNS

I do not know how many of you are interested in page content when browsing the internet. You, the adults may not have any concern, but with little ones … concerns arise.
Someone said that a child should operate a computer around the age of 15 years. Someone else said that a child should not get interdiction only limitation. Prohibition attract curiosity but putting limits you can do it directly or indirectly. What if you could put some limits without those around you knowing that? What if you had the opportunity to somehow filter content page?
Of course there are many tools but today I stopped at one: Scrub Public DNS. Continue reading Hello ScrubIt !!! This is Public DNS

Website optimization techniques

Website content optimization have becoming common sense knowledge already, who doesn’t want a fast find site with engaging content?
Did you found some terms about SEO-ing and you don’t know what they mean?
Here is some detailed optimization techniques:
Unique visitors
A server hit is an HTTP request for a single web objective. One web page view can require many hits to the server. You can increase your unique audience by providing fast, relevant, engaging web pages. Tracking new unique visitors can help you track audience growth.

Average time on site and length of site
Click Tracks is one of the best measure of user engagement.

Pages per visit
The number of pages that were consumed during a visit is a broad and simple measure of user engagement. Pages per visit measure that can indicate possible flow states of high engagement.

Bounce rate
The bounce rate is the percentage of users who left your site without browsing to another page or terminating. You should examine pages with high bounce rates closely for improvement to content.

Conversation rates
The ratio of the number of objectives accomplished when compared to unique visitors is in fact, your conversion rate. You can boost your conversion rate by improve your pages content.

Primary content consumption

Every site visit has to have entry point. That entry point is a simple page. This is the percentage of time that a page constitutes the impression of a site.

Path loss
Path loss is the percentage of times that page was seen within a visitors navigation path where the visitors was terminated without bouncing. Path loss can indicate incomplate information or misguide search marketing.

Keyword or campaign
Which keyword or campaigns are making you the most money or searching position.

Cost per conversation
If the cost per conversation for a particular campaign, like ad group or keyword is larger than the average sale value for the include items.