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Category: Traffic Analytics

Using Your Website Report Card

By Danni Bennett
December 05, 2012 Category: Learning, Search Engine Optimization, Report Card, Traffic Analytics

Your website Report Card is at the heart of the Virteom success system. Its your go-to report for the health of your website, its SEO, and the leads it generates. The Report Card is chock full of information, so its a good idea to review it on a regular basis (monthly, at a minimum) and make sure you understand what the data means and how you can improve your scores. You can also get a 1000-foot view simply by looking at the Health Meter for your website. This number is a proprietary calculation that looks at content, SEO and website traffic to give you a general feeling about the sites health. Your goal is 100% health, but the higher the number the better. You can view the Health Meter for your site by clicking the Manager link in the Virteom toolbar. Access to the Report Card is just to the right. Click the Report Card icon to view the Website Report Card and Optimization Suggestions screen. The Report Card is broken up into several sections, including: Traffic analytic data SEO

Category: Link

Working with Links

By Danni Bennett
December 28, 2012 Category: Learning, Link, Content

Links are clickable spots (the link) on a webpage that take the visitor elsewhere (the target). A link may take the visitor to another page on your site (an internal link), to a page on a different website (an external or outbound link), or to a different spot on the same page (an anchor link). They may also open an email message addressed to a particular email address in the visitors default email program. (Note that we generally do not recommend this type of email link as it can be a target for spam and, depending on the email program used by the visitor, they do not always work as expected.) The clickable spot can be text or an image. If its text, it is usually formatted in such a way to indicate to the user that its clickable. Historically, this has been through an underline, but, depending on the design of your website, it may be through a different color or a hover affect (the text style changes when you point to it with the mouse). Regardless of the type of link or target, the