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2018 - Joomla 3 - Google Analytics Verification on a Joomla 3 Template

How to Verify Your Joomla 3 Websites using Google Analytics.

Google Analytics allows Webmaster the ability to track page performance in real time. Google analytics does require a Gmail access as well as Webmaster site verification.

Google Analytics will allow you to track page views, devices and geography....

Traffic Data is stored and can be accessed years back should you require however this is dependent on the date you verify your website.

A few Joomla Templates allow webmasters the ability to paste the analytical property ID however the *head* page can be accessed by Template Manager - Select Template - Edit Personal CSS - Index.php should you be required to paste the Google Analytics Tracking ID.

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2018 - How to Upload Youtube Content Marketing Videos

Transfer the Videos to Your Laptop or Desktop... Preferred Format .mp4

Add #Hashtags and Fill in the Full Video Descriptions...

Agree to the Youtube Policies

Share across all your Social Media Platforms...

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How To Create a Blog

A Blog is the Best Method to Direct Traffic to Your Website
Your Blog must be Unique
Do Not Blog out of Your Business Scope

How To Create a Blog - Why Create a Blog

Previous - Dominate HTML Markups Search Engine Optimization and Online Business Footprinting

Twitter Verified Accounts

Please note that: @TweetSmarter is not verified, not a Twitter partner, we don’t work for Twitter, and we don’t run Twitter ads.

The upshot: Unless you’re famous and being impersonated, or an important politician or government agency, to get verified:
It costs $15,000 to be verified for 90 days -or-You need someone who spends (probably more than) $5,000/month to ask on your behalf (many artists get verified this way without knowing how their agent or agency got them verified) This is based on my experience, and a recent article from the holder of a verified  Twitter account that says specifically this is how verification works:
“…you need to spend a minimum of $15,000 ($5K over three months) in order to “buy” verified status from Twitter. Or you need to know someone who’s “in” with Twitter (read: spending ad dollars with them) who wants you or your business to get verified.”(But: see below for some “loopholes.”) This has also been confirmed by AdAge, which states “A Twitter Sales Re…

Search Engine Optimization and Online Business Footprinting

Put Your Small Business on the first page of Google… So naturally curiosity will kill the cat… as Google to me always seemed to be an awesome cat and mouse tool… Could this really be done...?
Watch the SEO and OBF Video Below

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization and having a website alone is not sufficient… Online Business Footprinting is the activity businesses share utilizing online Tools - Apps and Software so before you go around paying 5k for a 3 month stint to an ‘expert’ here is how you can tackle the SEO basics for your small enterprise…
Your Business Domain Name
Your Domain name is most things, the be all and end of all of it all.

Avoid long domain names. Simple Domain names that encompass your business framework and the design of your business. You can opt for many different types (.com - - .biz - .info etc).

Good Hosting Costs Money – Expect to pay between R50 to R150 a month (+-1.2K (R1200.00) a year) for a reliable and good host. Also check the track record of the h…

How To Rank No.1 With Googles New Hummingbird Algorithim

How I ranked at the top of Google… On accident.

Why new marketers shouldn’t be afraid of Hummingbird.



If you’re new to online marketing, you might have read quite a few anecdotes of how Google has ruined search with their latest update, Hummingbird. Black and white hat marketing forums were littered with stories of how their keyword packed pages that were once reigning the top of Google search are now in the dark abyss (read: second page of search results).

This was because Googlers got smarter. On an average, people were typing more words into their Google search results. People are no longer writing vague, short-tail keyword terms to find their desired information. They’re now writing keyphrases. Keyphrases have been what replaced keywords.

For example, if I were selling low-priced blankets (I’m writing in bed right now) I would want any customer who searched “Where to buy the cheapest blanket?” to see me immediately. This is what would be known as long-tail keywords in t…

Google Is Looking To Rank Sites Based On Accuracy Of Information

In the future, Google may value the accuracy of your content more than the quality of your backlinks, according to a paper (PDF) recently published by researchers within the company.

New Scientist reports that Google is working on a system where it can determine the trustworthiness of a page not by who is linking to it, or how many incoming links it has, but by the number of facts it contains.


A score, called a Knowledge-Based Trust score, would be computed for each page by cross referencing the content with facts stored in Google’s Knowledge Vault. The Knowledge Vault is a database of 2.8 billion facts extracted from the web, and is the primary source of information behind theboxes that appear on the right side of some searches.

The more facts contained on a page, the better it will rank. In instances where few facts are found on a page, Google will check the accuracy of other content contained on the site to determine how well it can be trusted overall.

In early tests, the resear…