About Ujjwal Bhattarai

Ujjwal is an engineer by education, a programmer by hobby, and an internet marketer by choice. Other than 1 minute chess, and biking, his passion includes SEO, SEM/PPC, CRO, and Web Development. As a lifelong student of Internet Development, he is hopelessly addicted to Internet, and sincerely believes after fire, wheel, and decimal point, internet is the fourth most important invention in the human history. Catch up with him on Twitter at @uj2wal or at his Google+ .

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Do you need HTTPS on non-ecommerce websites?

HTTPS (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure) has always been deployed on e-Commerce website as soon as the customer goes to the lower funnel in the checkout process. Primarily, the role of HTTPS was to protect credit card and other prominent personal information transmitting via a form by encrypting in the e-Commerce environment. Yes, that made [...]

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Is having a video helpful for SEO?

How useful is a video for the success of SEO? This is a commonly asked broad question in content marketing. The answer will really depend on your keyword, your industry and what your overall goals are on your page however GENERALLY SPEAKING, yes, having a video is helpful for your SEO. How video helps SEO [...]

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Website Migration Checklist

5 Step Website Migration Checklist for Webmasters Are you planning a website migration? This simple checklist will make your website migration headache free. Step 1) Keep the existing URLs as-is, as much as possible and over communicate this already with development team The development team will replicate your existing category and product as well as CMS [...]

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Are There Organic Listings Above the Fold?

How to make SEO and SEM work together? I happened to search for a “msds binder” in Google and the first page listings inspired me to write this blog. As SEOs, digital marketers have been using following data points to track and optimize what their visitors search for and how their websites are performing on [...]

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Testing pgn4web Chess Player

This is a test for PGN reader for web, attempt #1! Crossing fingers, here we go, a game between Karpov and Kasparov (1985): Aweseome, no?

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How to use Google Analytics Internal Site Search?

Google Analytics Internal Site Search Internal Site Search is one of the most useful yet most underutilized tools within the analytics platform. Ecommerce Merchants and digital marketers spend tons of money, and time to drive traffic to the websites based upon the keywords they have carefully curated, and nurtured however very few of them keep [...]

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AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) for eCommerce

Notes on AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) for eCommerce  As AMP as in Accelerated Mobile Pages is getting mainstream, Google has started to report analytics in Search Console and consumers have started to experience with AMP on their mobile devices on an extremely frequent period. As seen on the example below, the news publishing sites practically must have [...]

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True Omnichannel Customer Experience With Offline Attribution

How to build a truly omnichannel customer experience? Gone are the days when there was a singular way to make a purchase. Due to the explosion in technology, ways customers buy any product whether it’s B2C or B2B has evolved exponentially, making lives of marketers complex. Omnichannel Customer Experience involves online and offline sources/mediums, a [...]

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Google’s Rich Dad’s vs Poor Dad’s Search Volume Data

Google Sabotage of the Search Data First, you had read about Google sabotaging the search data here. As Google had promised, now we have 2 types of data from Google. In lack of better terms, let’s call those: Rich Dad’s Search Data vs Poor Dad’s Search Data Welcome to Google’s Rich Dad’s vs Poor Dad’s [...]

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How to Attribute Inbound Calls to Paid Search Campaigns

Classic Attribution Gap in Digital Marketing Attribution is a classic problem in Digital Marketing and it’s even worse when it’s time to build attribution between Phone Calls and Online Marketing Campaigns. This blog is based upon the case study and the video published by Invoca. Other similar case studies have been completed with Keary Phillips, [...]

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