Google Visitors Special: Interesting Queries And Answers

It is always very interesting to take a look at the keywords that your visitors used in their Google search to find your website – and not only to analyze the SEO performance of your website. Some keywords actually can tell you quite a lot about what your visitors were really looking for on your site.
I just took a look at the keywords that the visitors of webproductblog have used in their Google search in my Google Analytics account. Some of these queries catched my attention, because they were not really answered so far on my blog or just too funny. I thought “better late than never” and here go the queries and my answers :-)

  • “pop up” and user experience and annoyin

    YES! YES! YES! It is really annoying!

  • “should have read” mistake

    Agile Project Management with Scrum by Ken Schwaber

    Agile Project Management with Scrum by Ken Schwaber

    Lol, I don´t really know what this visitor was looking for, but I would say the book Agile Project Management with Scrum by Ken Schwaber is a “should have read” for web product managers.

    Reviews of this book you can find for example here:

    amazon.com

    goodreads.com

    digital-constructions blog

  • xenu sleuth limit

    max. parallel threads limit

    max. parallel threads limit

    Yes, with Xenu Link Sleuth you can set a limit for for the parallel threads.

    If you experience too many timeout errors in your Xenu report you should try it again with a slower crawling speed.

    If you want Xenu Link Sleuth to stop before it has crawled every page you can just push “R” and it will show a report for all the pages that have been crawled so far.

  • can you create a report in google analyt

    Export report options in Google Analytics

    Export report options in Google Analytics

    Sure, you can actually export a couple of different types of reports in PDF, XML, CSV, CSV for Excel and TSV. You can also let Google Analytics automatically send this reports weekly if you want (click on Email -> schedule)

  • “ignoring emails is”

    …from time to time a good thing! Don´t become a slave of your inbox and enjoy your workday!

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  1. InternetPblog (1 comments) says:

    I want great Google visitor because my visitor came in google

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