Sometimes you will have the need to properly kill a page on your website - perhaps a member of staff has left and you want to remove their profile, or you're taking down a section that is no longer relevant. A 410 status code tells visitors that the page has been removed and will not be returning - and it is the 'correct' way to remove resources.
Using a lookup table to render the correct Google Analytics property based on the environment or hostname was one of the great tips I picked up from the Google Tag Manager training at Brighton SEO. It is pretty simple to set up, and once you have done it you'll never look back!
If you've followed our other posts about setting up Google Tag Manager for different development environments and how to implement GTM container code within Joomla templates, you'll probably next be asking how to set up Google Analytics so that you can separate out your development, demo and production sites. Let's take a dive into the easiest way to do this with Google Analytics properties.
I often have moments in the office where I am so excited by a new feature that I start clapping excitedly and pointing at the screen - this was definitely one of them! For some time we had been trying to figure out how to reliably test our marketing tags between different environments - development, demo and production - without accidentally putting tags in the wrong place or leaving debug mode enabled.
We used to achieve this with different containers in Google Tag Manager for each environment or using the 'preview' mode, which was very cumbersome - so the day back in November 2015 when Google launched its 'environments' feature in Google Tag Manager was most definitely a happy clappy day!
Segments in Mautic are a way of grouping your leads so that you can take action - for example kick off a campaign - based on their behaviour. Sometimes you may need to manually remove a contact from a segment and there is a simple way to do this.
Landing Pages are a primary Marketing online tool. Most of the time they are the first visual element that a visitor experiences of your brand. While landing pages are usually designed to be informative, they must also focus on the action expected - completing a form, signing up to a mailing list or purchasing a product, for example.
The biggest challenge faced by the designer is to create a landing page that looks good, but also converts well.
The Mautic marketing automation platform provides the perfect technology platform to convert an anonymous visitor into a potential lead, but the designer is the person who has the power to make that happen.