Yeah, well, I might be late on the scene. But, I will admit that the new twitter analytics are just awesome. Too good, too detailed, just what you would want. INTRODUCTION Yes, a bit quietly, Twitter opened up it’s analytics to everyone (although, the account must be a little old enough). Absolutely thrilled to open […]Read more "Twitter’s new analytics tools: What’s your take ?"
This guide will show you how to add google analytics on a wordpress.com blog. This is a much requested feature and the wordpress.com forums are filled with requests for adding google analytics to their blogs as they’re not enough for those content hungry audience. But, I have found out a simple workaround that will let […]Read more "How to add google analytics on a wordpress.com blog"
Yeah. You read that one right. WordPress.com. Yeah, that hosted version of wordpress that limits you so much. But, hold on. There are reasons why you should consider it for your next website, or blog, or whatever. You see, everybody (especially in India) loves blogger.com over wordpress.com. And, personally, I find that alright because […]Read more "To use or to not to use wordpress.com"
You know, there can be a lot of reasons why web-designers should also blog. And, keeping those things in mind, we have changed the focus of our blog a little bit – details here. And, today, I want to share with you people why you, the web-designers, should also be blogging. Note that, it is […]Read more "3 great reasons why web-designers should blog"
It’s time for another dose of web-designer trolls. These are funny things that happen to every web-designer during the course of their life. These are funny little images to be laughed upon. This is part #4 of the series. Hope you enjoy it. I don’t have a schedule for more trolls, but I’ll definitely make […]Read more "Web-Designer Trolls – #4"
Google is the giant when it comes to the web. So, what that means is that if you cater your site towards google, it can send you massive amounts of traffic on your site. And, more traffic is what you want and will want in the future as well.Read more "The killer guide to adding google webmaster tools to your website"