Nchịkọta Google: ckingchọta ibe nke atọ

Nwere ike ịgụla na azụrụ m peeji nke na MillionDollarWiki. It's worth the money to help drive traffic to my site – I think this is a huge opportunity for many companies to make a minimal investment with a large payback. Special thanks to John Chow maka edemede echiche ahụ!

Azụrụ m email Marketing, Bloglọ ọrụ ịde blọgụ na Web Analytics pages and want to continue to expand the content out to be a comprehensive resource on anything to do with Email Marketing and Corporate Blogging respectively. With a one-hundred dollar investment, it's really a no-brainer if the Wiki continues to grow in popularity.

The real question is whether or not it will be seen as a reliable source or not! If it's not, people won't use it – and it will fail to have any return on my investment. I believe it's worth the gamble though – especially if I can win that LCD na John nwere na ya zoo! 🙂

To ‘watch my investment', I want to be able to track how many folks actually visit the wiki page. Thankfully, the folks at MillionDollarWiki are allowing people to embed other pages within their page using frames. The Wiki syntax is as follows:

webụsaịtị = http: //
elu = 100
obosara = 100
ókè-ala = 0
pịgharịa = mba
> / mkpokọta weebụ>

Yabụ, ịgbaso peeji ahụ dị mfe. M tinye peeji nke m saịtị nke ahụ nwere koodu nyocha Google Analytics m na ya. Edere m peeji ahụ na etiti weebụsaịtị ma debe ịdị elu na obosara abụọ na 1.

weebụsaịtị = https: //
elu = 1
obosara = 1
ókè-ala = 0
pịgharịa = mba
> / mkpokọta weebụ>

Each time someone visits the wiki page, it will show up in my Google Analytics. To ensure I can track it independently, I've added a parameter to my Analytics code to track the Wiki page. This is the code in mytrackingpage.html:

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