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Will send breakdowns to individuals on request. Based on curves so not self apparent. Out of office now so will reply tomorrow.

Re: Final grades by RDSeabrookRDSeabrook, 28 Dec 2009 18:40

Hi…. for transparency purposes …. will we be able to figure how you came up with our final grade… will it be self appearent ?

Final grades by anthony vanacore anthony vanacore , 28 Dec 2009 15:13

You can be specific to a business if you wish, but you should be able to give general advice that would work for any business.

Re: Final Question #4 by RDSeabrookRDSeabrook, 18 Dec 2009 03:11

I am just about 3/4 done with the final question and I am now wondering if we have to create/indetify some kind of product or service for this internet business? Or is it just a general advising for any kind of business? Sorry for the late question.

Final Question #4 by Albert BaezAlbert Baez, 18 Dec 2009 01:38

I checked and you have successfully submitted questions 1,2 and 3. When you save your entry it enters the text on Moodle. There is no final "submit" button. You can edit what you have entered right up until the submission deadline, after which the entry cannot be changed.

I've answered/input 3 questions, (1,2,3) but i don't see the final submit button…is there one ?? Please advise….

The Google traffic estimator can't give estimates for every combination. You can type all three words — sinks Greenwich CT — into one line on the traffic estimator, but it will probably tell you that it doesn't have enough data. A better approach would be to use just the one keyword — sinks — but then restrict the advertising geographically to a certain radius from Greenwich — say 50 miles. You can easily do that with the traffic estimator. That will give you a more realistic estimate of the clicks per day.

In a real advertising campaign you would collect actual data on the numbers of clicks and what people typed into the search engine using Google analytics.

Re: Google AdWords by RDSeabrookRDSeabrook, 17 Dec 2009 09:58

I'm having trouble pairing google adwords. For instance, I can see the estimated cost per day of the keyword 'sinks' and I can see the estimated cost per day of 'Greenwich, CT'. How do I find the estimated cost for something like 'Sinks Greenwich, CT' (something I would likely search if I were looking for a sink and living in Greenwich, CT.

Google AdWords by Max TabachnickMax Tabachnick, 17 Dec 2009 05:25

I'm having trouble pairing google adwords. For instance, I can see the estimated cost per day of the keyword 'sinks' and I can see the estimated cost per day of 'Greenwich, CT'. How do I find the estimated cost for something like 'Sinks Greenwich, CT' (something I would likely search if I were looking for a sink and living in Greenwich, CT.

No. Google Analytics is free. I said so in class.

Just a few questions when you have a moment:

Is the going price for Google Analytics $250/per month?

do you want us to enter the search terms we used in #3.4 for #3.5-google keyword and traffic estimator?

In Google Analytics, click on Goals and then Funnel Visualization.

Re: can't find the funnel by RDSeabrookRDSeabrook, 10 Dec 2009 11:51

Yes, blogs are public unless you make them private. Everyone in the world can see it!

I have kept a copy of blog answers to assignment questions just in case. Do you have access to the blogs? (although it seems like you do sans an invitation)

Just thought I'd mention it. Stay warm and have a good night folks.
Rebecca

I have no information about any withdrawal.

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