Before spearing ahead with the Google Analytics tips and tricks, let me ask you a question first. What was your aim for creating your personal website? Be it a small startup website, an auction page or even a simple blog, the main driving force behind website creation is generating revenue or attaining popularity.
Google Analytics consists of a number of helpful tools that would help you derive an honest feedback about your website via valuable statistics. Out of these tools, we would be focusing on 5 of them which would help you track not only what made your visitors check out your website.
You are looking at Joomla as an option to set up a website – either yours or your client's. From the little online research you have done you know that in terms of popularity, each of use and learning, etc WordPress > Joomla > Other CMS. That equation is more or less true but should that keep you from using Joomla? Joomla has a robust framework and some functionalities that can take on some really complex content in terms of their structure. You don't want to lose out on those, especially if your content fits that bill. Yet, you have your doubts. Let us look at some of those doubts.
Joomla! has got a new release, version 3.4.0 on 24th February 2015 with 4 new features introduced –
Improved front end module editing
Decoupling of weblinks
Google new reCaptcha
War of the CMSs and more often than not, Joomla is discounted heavily as a “neither here nor there” contender. That is too blanket a statement, because the truth is every CMS has advantages that can be leveraged by the type of site being developed.
1)Always update Joomla and its extensions
Having the latest version of Joomla is probably the most important part of securing your website from hackers. In almost all versions of Joomla there are enhancements in security functionalities and fixes for security issues. It also helps in improving your site speed . So, even if the changes are small, the new Joomla version is always better than the previous version.