Minsk, Belarus (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
WebMeUp, a growing online SEO platform and community, announced this morning that Google Analytics stats are now added to the software. The Analytics module in WebMeUp includes all the capability of the de-facto standard web analytics app, conveniently fitted into four tabs: Summary, Keywords, Pages and Referrals.
Combined with a wealth of traffic stats, the well-balanced layout alone provides users with a sharper focus on what exactly brings Visits to their sites and give them an at-a-glance understanding on how these traffic payoffs can be scaled for even better results.
“Theres no doubt SEO and traffic metrics go hand in hand, otherwise SEO would have been an activity in itself: in the end, it is exactly targeted visits SEOs are looking to attract with whatever they do on page or off page,” says Alexandra Shkalikova, Communications Manager, WebMeUp.
“While there are quite a number of solutions for SEO metrics, theres hardly any platform better than Google Analytics to figure out traffic stats for sites one owns, and what most SEOs do is they keep hopping from their SEO app to Google Analytics to be in the know of both aspects of their work.”
“Its no longer needed with WebMeUp, as today we merged abundant SEO data from WebMeUp and precise traffic data from Google Analytics in one convenient dashboard.”
*What modules are available in WebMeUp*
WebMeUp is all-in-one type of online SEO software. Heres a short overview of modules available in WebMeUp dashboard:
SEO factors: 25 vital domain, link, indexing and social metrics, conveniently grouped by categories
Keywords & Rankings: keyword research ranking and visibility stats in 341 search engines
Pages: every bit of precise data for site structure and landing page optimization
Competitors: complete SEO profiles on sites that compete for the same keywords and the same niche online
Backlinks: profile (all links for a site listed) and management (keeping track of your link-building activities)
Analytics: Google Analytics brought to WebMeUp
Reports: default and white-labeled reports delivered directly to customers
WebMeUp has a 15-day free trial and a wide range of pricing plans: from Starter ($ 19.95/mo) to Custom (crafted individually for SEO and internet marketing agencies). Alternatively, WebMeUp fees can be paid with WebPoints, the internal currency for WebMeUp community.
Details on WebMeUp free trial, WebMeUp pricing plans and earning WebPoints can be found on the official site.
Want to stay in the know of coming WebMeUp updates? Connect with the developers through Customer Care and WebMeUp Community, on Twitter @WebMeUpSEO, Facebook fb.me/WebMeUpSEO and Google Plus gplus.to/WebMeUp.
WebMeUp is the all-in-one web-based SEO solution for bloggers, internet marketers and SEOs. WebMeUps multi-national team is disseminated between the US, Belarus and Singapore. With 30+ people on board, the company is ambitious to make WebMeUp the number one Internet Marketing tool.
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San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 22, 2013
BuyVia, an app and website that provides the first all-in-one smart shopping experience across devices, today released analytics from the website/app detailing TV purchasing trends as the Super Bowl approaches. According to searches conducted via the shopping site and app, the majority of consumers are searching to purchase a 55 inch TV. Three of the top five most scanned TVs at retail over the last 60 days were 55 inch followed by 32 inch TVs. Plasma TVs were searched for by less than 5% of consumers, with most preferring a LED TV. Additionally, three out of the five most scanned TVs were Samsung followed by LG and Toshiba. This years Super Bowl between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens will be played on Sunday, February 3, 2013.
When it comes to pre-Super Bowl purchases, clearly bigger is better, said Norman Fong, CEO and co-founder of BuyVia. Whether consumers are searching online or in stores showrooming and scanning TVs for price comparisons, the 55 inch TV is king this year. Of TV manufacturers, the majority of searches were for Samsung TVs over other very reputable consumer electronic companies, including LG and Toshiba. Samsung remains the leader in TVs due to their aggressive pricing, high quality, superior design along with a strong feature list.
Top Five Barcode Scanned TVs at retail:
1) Samsung 55 – 3D LED TV 120Hz
2) Samsung 32 – 60Hz 720p
3) LG 55 – 1080p 120Hz
4) Samsung 55 LED 1080p 240Hz
5) Toshiba 32 60Hz 720p
The website analytics found that only 5% of consumers were explicitly searching for a Smart TV or LED TV. Additionally, amongst the top ten most scanned TVs there was only one Sony and one plasma TV, an interesting indication on the possible dwindling popularity of these products. And while not a TV, the analytics revealed that Apple TV digital media player was searched five times more than competitor, Roku.
Based in San Francisco, California, BuyVia is the only online and mobile smart shopping service that combines intelligent shopping capabilities including a set your price feature, UPC/QR scanning, geo-local deals and wish lists. BuyVia is a combination of hand-curated expertise combined with a custom architecture and uses this technology to uncover reputable products at the best price available. Products and deals will be available through charter partners Amazon.com, HP, NewEgg, PriceGrabber, Dell, Milo, TigerDirect, Sony etc., but because of BuyVias unbiased approach, any product and deal available anywhere on the Internet will be delivered to shopping app/website users. For more information visit http://www.buyvia.com, like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/buyvia or follow us on Twitter @BuyVia.
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Provo, UT (PRWEB) November 04, 2012
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