Accessibility Testing Tools

Your website needs to be accessible. Everyone should be able to use it no matter what technology they use to browse the web. It’s both good morally and can help cover you on the legal side as well. But how do you know if your website is accessible? Are there any tools that can help you figure that out? Fortunately, the answer to that is yes.

A Look at the Google Site Kit Plugin

A Look at the Google Site Kit Plugin

If you’ve got a website, you’re probably going to want to hook it up to some of the Google tools that are offered like Analytics, Search Console, Tag Manager, etc. But each of those service require different things you need to do in order to connect them to your website, including adding lines of code. Fortunately, the Google Site Kit plugin, introduced in November 2019, makes it super easy to connect your website to those services and allows you to see some stats inside your WordPress dashboard.

Getting Started with Google Tag Manager

Getting Started with Google Tag Manager

Google Analytics is great. But if you really want to take a deeper dive into how people are using your website, you’re going to want to add in more tracking snippets from other providers. That’s where Google Tag Manager comes into play.

Creating Web Funnels for Your Website

Creating Web Funnels for Your Website

So you probably know how many people are completing your sales process. But how many people start the process and then drop out? Do you even know how to track that information? That’s where funnels come into play.