Today’s post is probably the most “Tech” post we’ve ever had on our investor carrot inbound online marketing blog. And possibly the most technical we’ve had here in a long time. While we normally focus on how to help you generate leads online more effectively using inbound marketing. As a real estate investor, we regularly get questions Saudi Arabia Phone Number List on today’s topic. We have so thought we’d tackle it for those of you who see this in your google analytics data and show you how to fix it. So, I want to warn you, if you’re not a techie and don’t like getting into super technical stuff this post might not be for you.
How We Protect Our Customers
Few emails from customers noticing strange sites from russia appearing in their google analytics data. “I play with google analytics and I have a lot of russian visitors on my website. Should I be worried.” -via client investor carrot and another InvestorCarrot client asked us I noticed in my analytics. That I had 400 visits to my website this month, but I’m not seeing many leads. Should I be worried? I’m confused because I don’t do much. To Saudi Arabia Phone Number generate traffic and I don’t know where those 400 visits might come from.
If You’re Not an InvestorCarrot
InvestorCarrot client These are both valid questions and ones that we believe need to be answered. So let’s get to it, let’s understand what referral spam is and why you shouldn’t be concerned. (even better, why if you’re an InvestorCarrot client we’ll take care of it for you so you don’t have to worry)First of all, what is referral spam? Because they tap into our innate curiosity as human beings. If you were to log into your Google Analytics account and see multiple websites referring a large number of visitors to your website (like the photo above), you’ll probably be curious and visit those websites to see what they’re talking about. Most of these referral spammers offer search engine