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Google Analytics and SEO administrator sought

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READ ENTIRE SCOPE OF WORK PLEASE *********

Must be proficient in Google analytics and Google webmaster tools.
We would like the contractor to have excellent English communication Skills.

Task 1: Contractor will be managing two cross linked URLs reporting in as one entity in one Google analytics account.

Contractor MUST understand and be able to understand cross linking filters and develop proper cross linking code for the web sites (one of which is a WordPress Web site).

Task 2:
A. Contractor will oversee the analytics account report results
B. Recommend SEO strategies, set SEO goals, identify key phrases,
C. Suggest WEEKLY blog post titles (our team will write the blogs)
D. Report (ALL OF THE ABOVE) via desktop share/phone call on WEEKLY basis, US EST.
Please see the following article in reference to the cross linking we require (This piece is very important -- you MUST know how to accomplish/implement this) [url removed, login to view] “This article explains how to customize your tracking setup in order to track completely separate, top-level domains as one entity. It uses two top-level (dummy) domains for illustration purposes [url removed, login to view] and [url removed, login to view], and assumes they will be tracked as a single site.” This is what we are out to achieve. If one primary account tracks everything and the other account just tracks its own visits that’s Okay. We just want to be able when someone hits a landing page, a blog article or some other marketing specific inbound link, we would like to see their trail going form the informational domain, to the commerce domain and back again all from one analytic account. We also want to have the ability to report the two domain names in our primary account. Text from the same Google article:
Show separate domain names By default, the data in your reports only includes the path and name of the page, and not the domain name. For example, the list of pages appears in the Content reports as /about/[url removed, login to view] without the domain name. If you are tracking across two domains, it can be difficult to tell which domain a page belongs to, particularly if the directory structures and page names on each site are similar.

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IMPORTANT *******Message me with how you will accomplish each of these tasks on a weekly basis, why you are qualified, your hourly rate, and number of hours you feel this will take weekly to be considered for this position. Your answers will determine your communication skills and how well you follow directions. ******************* Also yes, its ok to ask questions before you submit your answers for consideration.

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