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Using Google Analytics with the Statistics Manager

Friday, January 04, 2008 View Comments Comments (0)
By using the E-zekiel Statistics Manager together with Google Analytics, a free, third-party statistics service, you can discover lots of things about your site's visitors – and in the process gain feedback that helps you better understand your site's strengths and weaknesses.
Knowing which pages they're looking at, for instance, can help you find out which pages are working and which pages aren't.   Finding out which days of the month get the most hits will show you when interest is highest.  And view a map showing where in the world all those visitors are.
You can look for all that and more when you track site traffic.  The simple steps below will help you get started.
1) Visit http://www.google.com/analytics/.
2) Sign up for a free Google Analytics account.
3) From your new Google Analytics account, take the tracking code (which looks like this: UA-1234567-1) and put it in the User Name field of the E-zekiel Statistics Manager. Click Save.
4) While still In the E-zekiel Statistics Manager, click the View Reports tab. Sign in to your Google Analytics account.
5) Click the Check Status button within Google to verify that the tracking code has been installed on your website.
6) Watch your stats start tracking in about 24 hours. You can access Google Analytics anytime from the View Reports tab in the E-zekiel Statistics Manager.

Customer Support Holiday Schedule

Tuesday, December 18, 2007 View Comments Comments (0)
Questions about E-zekiel? We’re glad to help, but please be aware that our customer support staff will be taking time off during Christmas and New Year.


Support by phone and email will not be available on December 24 and December 25. Customer support will again be available on Wednesday, December 26.

New Year

Support by phone and email will not be available on Tuesday, January 1, 2008. Customer support will again be available on Wednesday, January 2.

Register for Web Training on Podcasts

Friday, December 14, 2007 View Comments Comments (0)
Yes, there's still time to sign up for next Tuesday's web session!

Podcasting 101:  How to Create and Maintain a Podcast
Tuesday, December 18, 2007, 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. CST

Podcasting allows you to get your message out to a large number of  people quickly and easily.  Attend this web session via phone and Internet and  learn how to use the Syndication Manager to create and maintain podcasts.  To register, visit E-zekiel.com Training.

E-zekiel Featured Topic at UMC Training Event

Tuesday, December 11, 2007 View Comments Comments (0)
E-zekiel and United Methodist Communications teamed up recently for a training event focused on using the web for ministry. Visit e-zekiel.com/news to read more.

How to Use E-zekiel.tv

Tuesday, December 04, 2007 View Comments Comments (0)
Ready to upload, view and share Christian videos for free with E-zekiel.tv?  To find out how, watch our helpful instructional video.  Just visit How to Use E-zekiel.tv.

E-zekiel.tv - A New Way to Extend Your Reach

Friday, November 30, 2007 View Comments Comments (0)
Churches and ministries exist to serve and teach those they can reach. E-zekiel focuses on opening pathways to extend your reach.  We believe our latest development will bring tremendous opportunities in these areas.  It's called E-zekiel.tv, and it's a new place to upload, view and share your Christian video online.

Register Now for Web Training on News Feeds and Newsletters

Tuesday, November 27, 2007 View Comments Comments (0)
Make your plans to join us via Internet and telephone for an important web session that will help you communicate useful and relevant information:
Spreading Your News:  How to Use News Feeds and Newsletters to Connect with Site Visitors
December 4, 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. CST
News feeds and online newsletters can be a great source of information for your site visitors.  You can use them to publish a variety of information.  Attend this session to learn how to incorporate a news feed or online newsletter in your site, including pointers on how to create them, as well as tips on getting visitors to subscribe.
Ready to sign up?  Visit E-zekiel training

Customer Support Thanksgiving Schedule

Tuesday, November 20, 2007 View Comments Comments (0)
Questions about E-zekiel? We’re glad to help, but please be aware that our customer support staff will be taking time off during Thanksgiving. Support by phone and email will not be available on November 22 and November 23. Customer support will again be available on Monday, November 26.

The Shortcut of Select All

Friday, November 16, 2007 View Comments Comments (0)
Most folks know about highlighting content by dragging your mouse over text you want to copy and paste somewhere else.  But when you've got to move around more than a page or two, the process can get old quick – especially if you have to start over two or three times because you keep letting go of the mouse button!
For a shorter route, try this.  Click on your edit icon in your browser bar, then click "select all."  The complete page, including images and text, will be highlighted.  You can then copy and paste wherever you want.  You can also select all by using Ctrl + A.

Viewing Your Site from a Visitor's Perspective

Tuesday, November 13, 2007 View Comments Comments (0)
Have you ever wondered what visitors actually see or think or feel when they land on your home page?  To understand the kind of impression you're making, try to view your site from your visitor's perspective.  Start by asking yourself several questions:
1) How speedy is the experience?  The home page needs to load quickly, and your visitors should be able to understand who you are in four to five seconds. Your home page is your one big chance to provide a really big welcome, so make it a good one.
2) Are you keeping your home page clean?  A clean website has a place for everything, which makes finding something easier and less taxing on the visitor's eyes and mind.  
3) Is your site easy to navigate?  The navigation menu should provide logical directions for reaching your site's content.
4) Does your home page project the right image?  Are you projecting the qualities – trust, sincerity, integrity, etc. – you want people to feel about your organization?
5) Is your content fresh?  Outdated and stale content is a fast way to lose visitor interest.