I write this for commoners who often get overwhelmed and even confused. There are just too many good and bad tech reviews for a product or service they will use. (or even buy!)
Here’s the story with an example of a real case: my quest for better and more valuable SEO plugins
If you think patience is a virtue, try surfing the net without high-speed internet.
That’s the moment your patience jumps through the window, but thanks to AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) loading pages and sites over the internet speed is increasing day in day out.
I admit it that on every web development project I’ve worked since 2010, Google analytics is always there.
Either it’s installed through a WordPress plugin, or was called from a shared partial file (for Rails app), or even just hardcoded on the HTML file, it’s always there.
Sometimes, I wonder… is it that important for all the sites? Should I install Google analytics for all of the sites I am working on?
Let’s find out…
If your site happened to have Google Analytics installed, then you must have noticed that (not provided) keywords on the table for “Organic Search” traffic source.