CPM is an abbreviated term which is used in online advertising world which stands for “Cost Per Impressions”. It refers that an advertiser will pay when his ads receive 1,000 impression or we can say that it defines a cost which an advertiser has to pay for each 1000 impression of his advertisement campaign (usually banner ads).
As we know that Google allows us to set geographic target of domain (gTLDs) via Google Webmaster Console. This little handy feature let you target your website in specific country. If you own a gTLDs (Generic Top Level Domain) and want to target user of a particular geographic location you should inform this to Google from your webmaster tool console. Given below are the gTLDs which can be geo-targeted in Webmaster Tools.
Annoying and Frustrating, I guess these two words sums up everything about Not Set and Not Provided Data in Google Analytics, which webmaster experiences every day. I’m pretty sure other SEOs can relate that this is one of the worst kind of data in Google Analytic and it is indeed frustrating to extract information.
Ok SEO’s & Webmaster’s i know you all have have been working very hard to get some backlinks for your site, you must be busy writing great content, internal linking your older content as a reference so that reader can find all the information he is looking for at one place, submitting links in directories (not crap one’s), tweaking your anchor text, making new strategies, reading every post from SEJ, SEL etc etc, optimizing your website to load fast, being active across all social media platform and engaging with your readers BLA BLA BLA BLA BLA BLA.
Where link building is sometimes a tedious task, discovering a large number of broken and dead links to your website is even more frustrating and disappointing at same time. From a user point of view it’s frustrating to see a broken link who land to your website for spending some quality reading time.