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Google has rich of tools to market, to analyst , to tracking your website visitors for better insight, research audience. You can do so by adding “tags” into your webpages.
Tags are tiny bits of website code that can help provide useful insights, but they can also cause challenges. Too many tags can make sites slow and clunky; incorrectly applied tags can distort your measurement; and it can be time-consuming for the IT department or webmaster team to add new tags—leading to lost time, lost data, and lost conversions.
Google just launched Google Tag Manager. Google Tag Manager is a free tool that consolidates your website tags with a single snippet of code and lets you manage everything from a web interface. You can add and update your own tags, with just a few clicks, whenever you want, without bugging the IT folks or rewriting site code.
Google Tag Manager is built to handle your tagging needs, and it works with Google and non-Google website tags.
Get started today at www.google.com/tagmanager.
With the new launching of Google consumer survey, webmasters can now shows “One survey at a time” and get paid for web visitors answer to a survey. Price from 0.10 per survey.
People complete questions in order to access premium content.
People browsing the web come across your questions when they try to access premium content like news articles or videos. Opinions are valuable, so answering the question gives them near instant access to the page they want for free. They don’t have to pull out a wallet or sign in and you gain insight into what people think.
Why one question at a time?
Many researchers are used to doing multi-question surveys in which the same respondent is asked to fill out a 10+ minute questionnaire. With Google Consumer Surveys, you can run multi-question surveys by asking people one question at a time. This results in higher response rates (15-20% compared with an industry standard of 0.1 – 2%) and more accurate answers.
Publishers get paid as their visitors answer.
Questions run across sites in our diverse publisher network in order to get the necessary respondents. Publishers—online news sites, video creators, and app developers—make money as site visitors provide answers. Everyone wins.
Are you a publisher?
Learn how to earn money hosting surveys.
BetterLinux is finally released. This new software product makes linux better by allowing a system administrator to be in complete control of the linux system.
You no longer have to let out of control cpu or disk I/O intensive processes take your system down or slow down other users or more important processes. You can also set alarms that tell you when certain processes or users exceed specified cpu, I/O,memory, processes limits, and many other system activities.
Database admins will be especially pleased to know that BetterLinux can now detect and deal with abusive MySQL queries so that no individual MySQL users/dbs can negatively impact the performance of any server running the software.
Shared server, dedicated server, VPS or even a cloud server, this tool works. Now you have the ability to set IOPs (I/O operations per second) or exact disk bandwidth limits per user or per process. You can also allow bursting to ensure that 100% of the cpu and disks are utilized if you would like it be. It also works great for local storage, network attached and virtual network devices such as NFS, ISCSI, etc. LVM is 100% supported as well.
See intallation guide here.
BetterLinux is currently free until 2013.