1. First log into Pinterest and go to your profile, click on the pencil in the bottom-right corner of the name box.
Don’t see the pencil? Go to the menu in the upper right corner, select Settings, and go to Step 2.
2. Enter your website address in the Website field box, then click Verify Website.
3. Follow the instructions on the next page. You can verify with an HTML file or a META tag by copy and pasting some code.
4.Once your website’s been verified, you’ll see a checkmark next to it and will have access to your web analytics when you're logged into your new look,
This is a very basic outline, There is also a YouTube video below.
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I added Adwords Analytics to the source code of each page in the site to help track better performance of each page so I can see what the bounce rate is and which pages are being visited the most.
I use Adwords for my main page and for Affiliate pages to help generate extra revenue. What is interesting is I can see stats for pages that my campaigns are not set for, which in return gives me more detail on what is happening on my site and how I can better optimize those pages that are attracting more visitors.
Now for the Affiliates I use Googles Keyword suggestion tool and I filter out keywords that are forbidden to use for the companies I affiliate for. For example this page: Affiliate Marketing Program Software. I did not use the company's name or software title for the page name or in title.
After a day or two of running the adds Google gives me some more keyword suggestions that I filter through and pick for better conversions.
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