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Our Search Engine Marketing reading list for the week ending Friday, June 1, 2012.
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Our Search Engine Marketing reading list for the week ending Friday, April 13, 2012. Friday, April 13, 2012 ‘Very strong quarter,’ two-for-one stock split for Google – NYTimes.com Apple Fires Back at the Feds, Amazon – AllThingsD JK Rowling Updates Website, Teases First Adult Book – Mashable Facebook One-Ups Google With A Kind Of ‘Facebook+’: [...]
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If you’re already using Google Analytics for WordPress (see our post on Google Analytics for WordPress) then you already have a ton of information about your blog’s traffic. So much information, in fact, that it may be hard to get a bird’s eye view. That’s where WordPress Stats comes in.
The built-in Pages widget does a good job of listing, well, pages, but its options are limited. Which brings us to Flexi Pages, a highly configurable WordPress sidebar widget to list pages and sub-pages. Can be used as an alternative to the default ‘Pages’ widget. It even has a special option to include a Home link, which can come in handy if the title of your home page is something other than Home.
Advanced Category Excluder doesn’t just let you omit categories from the category list. It lets you omit categories from just about every form of item there is. You can even specify categories to be omitted from your RSS feeds. It’s glorious!