How To

How To Integrate Google Buzz With WordPress

by Andy Brudtkuhl on February 16, 2010

Here is how we integrated Google Buzz with WordPress on this site…

1. Go To Plugins -> Add New

2. Search For Google Buzz

We chose to use the Google Buzz WordPress Plugin WP Google-buzz

3. Update Settings

Under Settings -> WP Google-buzz you can setup where you wan the button to display, among other things…

Here’s what it looks like when you are done…

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Improving Product Page Performance

by Andy Brudtkuhl on November 11, 2009

Bryan Eisenberg discusses tips on improving performance on product pages. He discusses important aspects of designing product pages from the placement of the “Add To Cart” button to adding a “Related Items” section like Amazon.com to increase cross-site sales.

Part 1

Part 2

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Track Twitter Content With TweetMeme

by Andy Brudtkuhl on October 13, 2009

We use TweetMeme (click the retweet button to the right) to track Twitter content with basic analytics such as number of clicks.

Or – you could take it to the next level with TweetMeme Analytics

Why would you need to know more than clicks? Here’s what TweetMeme analytics offers:

  • Monitor the performance of the content on your blog/website.
  • Know how far your content has spread virally through Twitter.
  • Find out which user demographics were interested in your content.
  • Find influential users and click sources for your content.

Looking for Twitter analytics? Here it is.

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