Kyle’s Google Analytics and SEO Presentations from HighEdWeb 2010 #heweb10

By Kyle James - Tue, Oct 12, 2010

Analytics, Conferences, General, SEO

HighEdWeb 2010 has been an absolute blast as it is every year.  Instead of going into a detailed post I just wanted to post the updated versions of my two presentations.  For more information on each you can follow the links below for all the great blog articles and content related to each presentation.  (hint hint, notice the keyword friendly URLs below)


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Kyle James

Kyle James - who has written 227 posts on .eduGuru

Kyle is currently the Customer in Residence at HubSpot, a Co-Founder at nuCloud and  formerly the webmaster at Wofford College. Kyle is an active contributor in the social media spectrum. Although his background is technical, he claims to know a thing or two about marketing, but mostly that revolves around SEO, analytics, blogging, and social media. He has spoken at multiple national conferences and done countless webinars on topics ranging from e-mail marketing to social media and Web analytics. He's definitely a fairly nice guy.

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2 Responses to “Kyle’s Google Analytics and SEO Presentations from HighEdWeb 2010 #heweb10”

  1. Mike McCready Says:

    I was looking at your 2nd presentation and on slide 11 you talk about the numbers. That’s amazing. Those number are almost exact for our website, with the exception that 91% of search traffic is from Google.

    The only bad thing is that if we look at the top 10 search terms, there are all a variation of our school name. It would be great to have more program keywords in the mix. The first program related keyword used is in the 35th spot.

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    • Kyle James (author) Says:

      Mike - I think I guestimated those numbers from look at a few different accounts. So I’m not surprised that yours are pretty close. Most people are in the same range. The ones that are WAY off are either over optimized sites or under optimized sites. :)

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