People have paid me good money to do exactly what I’m about to show you how to do … for free. Of course if you don’t have time you can still pay me money – or if you want it done right. Just kidding, I’m sure all of the readers here are highly skilled (tech savvy they call it in the real estate biz) and fully capable of doing it on you own. Seriously.
It’s not rocket science!
The other day I needed to find an exact tweet in a short exchange between the Atlanta Falcon’s social media manager and I. Since I had failed to favorite the tweet I needed, expecting the other party to have responded earlier, I was left to use searching and scrolling and other messy approaches.
Then I remembered Bettween, a service I had used a few months ago. It is possible I learned about Bettween from Laura Fitton or from OneForty.com and you can always find great Twitter tools there as well.
When you have a website that is receiving only a couple of hundred “visits” per day and you account for 20 of those you are going to greatly skew your Google analytics results. Excluding yourself from being counted in the stats is really quite simple and can be easily accomplished by using the filter tool inside your Google analytics account.
The following video will show you how to easily exclude your own visits from your Google analytics.
Sure it’s simple if you have used WordPress before. For new users of WordPress, however, understanding that “blogroll” widget can be a little confusing at first. This is a very simple tutorial on how to use the links / blogroll feature and widget in your WordPress. This tutorial was done in WordPess 3.1
There are a few “forms” plugins available for WordPress. This short tutorial is on one of my favorite, Contact Form 7, and the database plugin which extends it.