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Motorola Comments on Android 2.1 Delay

Motorola released a statement regarding their 2.1 update of the Android OS. Although Verizon has informed it’s subscribers that a release is coming soon, there’s still no word on when the update will actually be deployed. Verizon has distributed the update in limited quantities, testing the software in small samples before issuing a complete release.

“We know you guys are anxiously awaiting the upgrade from 2.0 to 2.1,” Motorola stated on its Facebook page. “We want to ensure you have the […]

Mar 26th, 2010Comments Off on Motorola Comments on Android 2.1 Delay

Yahoo! Search Update

On March 10th, Dan Rampton, Yahoo! Search Program Manager, released a statement on the Yahoo! Search Blog stating that their engineers were “rolling out updates to crawling, indexing, and ranking algorithms.  Similar to previous updates, you may notice some ranking changes and page shuffling during the process, which we expect to complete over the next few days.”

Mar 20th, 2010Comments Off on Yahoo! Search Update

How to Track Outbound Links with Google Analytics

Most people have only used the basic copy / paste of the Google Analytics scripts to track outbound links and downloads.  Now that Google offers events tracking, you can now track much more than the standard pageviews when tracking outbound links and downloads.

Immeria.net has created an add-on for Google Analytics that automates the tracking of some comment tagging requirements – outbound links, download links, and email links.  It improves the GA implementation process as well as reduces the possibility of […]

Feb 1st, 2010Comments Off on How to Track Outbound Links with Google Analytics
Google Analytics #1 Mistake – Incorrect Default Page

Google Analytics #1 Mistake – Incorrect Default Page

Setting the default page for your Website is a very simple process in Google Analytics, that greatly enhances the quality of the reporting data.  The default page for a Website is the page shown to a visitor when they visit your Website by typing in your domain through their browser’s address bar.  For instance, if you were to type “http://www.eugeneorourke.com/blog/ into your browser my server returns index.php.  Index.php will not show in your address bar because it is […]

Jan 10th, 2010Comments Off on Google Analytics #1 Mistake – Incorrect Default Page
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