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Clients & Projects: ezEventTracking

A lightweight jQuery plugin that simplifies and strengthens implementing Event Tracking for Google Analytics. Perfect for both Google Analytics vets or less data driven designers.

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Perfect on-page SEO

Consumed => On-Page SEO: Anatomy of a Perfectly Optimized Page (Infographic)” by Brian Dean on Backlinko.

The future of EZ Event Tracking is soon

FYI => I bumped into Waypoints (a jQuery plugin) and to be honest it inspired me to rethink my (jQuery plugin) EZ Event Tracking, or at least expand its functionality and general approach.

Taking conversions tracking to the next level

Consumed => “Tracking Micro Conversions with Event Tracking for Improving SEO Campaigns” by Taylor Pratt on SEO Book.

jQuery plugin: EZ Event Tracking v0.5.3 (Beta) for Google Analytics

FYI => Want to improve the accuracy of your Google Analytics bounce rate? Or perhaps you want to count how many times a PDF was downloaded? By adding just a couple bits of CSS to your page markup this jQuery plugin makes Google Analytics Event Tracking well, um…easy.

A jQuery plugin: Google Analytics EZ Event Tracking v0.5.2 (Beta)

FYI => Time to get the 2012 party started right! If you’ve ever felt (as I have) that there’s got to be a better way to implement Event Tracking with Google Analytcis then this jQuery plugin is for you.