Having a high Bounce Rate in Google Analytics could mean one of two things: either you have a really boring website or people found what they’re looking for and leave. It depends per website and you can’t just assume one or the other. To find out what’s going on, you can use an Adjusted Bounce Rate.
Dear internet, please stop worrying about your Google Pagespeed score.
Okay. That is a weird thing for me to say, since I’m offering WordPress services to boost your overall Performance Score. But it’s the truth.
Your Google Pagespeed Insights score is a meaningless metric if you don’t know how to interpret it. Allow me to explain.
In previous posts I explained how to modify CAOS’ tracking code when you’re using
gtag.js. Today we’re going to integrate Bookeo into CAOS using
Recently I received an inquiry on the support forum asking if it is possible to track Google Ads conversions with CAOS.
It appears it is! Using CAOS’ integrated filters it is quite easy to modify the tracking code using a WordPress plugin. Let me show you how you can write your own mini plugin for CAOS.
Recently I added possibilities for WordPress developers to modify CAOS’ tracking snippet using filters. Shortly afterwards I received an inquiry on the support forum asking if I could integrate Google Optimize in CAOS.
Instead of continuously releasing updates, I figured I’d just explain, how you can write your own WordPress plugin, and integrate it into CAOS yourself.