This document outlines some of the quirks I’ve noticed when doing campaign management for PPC customers.
AdWords reports a different click volume than Analytics does. This is because Analytics shows the Sessions instead of “clicks”, but beside that it shows the “Users” which represents individual people opposed to the times they’ve visited the site. The “Users” matches the Clicks from AdWords.
While I can create Custom Reports for each Account I can’t share those between accounts.
While I can create Custom Reports for each Account the date I set in the upper right changes across all of the different accounts I view. Google support staff confirmed that this functionality is not possible but said, emphatically, that they would submit it as a feature request and notify me via email as soon as it was implemented.
In order to track form submissions, outbound clicks, scroll-to-locations, etc… I have to manually add Tracking Code for every one of those things. Stupid! So I found this Plugin.
There’s that old saying “Don’t judge a book by it’s cover.” But this time might be the exception! Photographers are, at their core, judged by their cover photos. You can instantly tell if you’d be satisfied with that quality of work. So this article is not as focused on identifying quality photographers but more focused […]
As a company, we do professional cinematography, video production and photography. Having excellent headphones when shooting on set is essential for ending up with a great product. Interestingly, premium gaming headphones are often some of the highest quality headphones – especially with a mic – that you can get. So I recently purchased the Razer […]
Context I recently upgraded to MacOS Mojave. Problem When I ran vagrant up for an existing site (but was new to my machine) I got an error message after entering my password: tee: /etc/exports: Operation not permitted mount.nfs: requested NFS version or transport protocol is not supported There was actually more to the error but […]