Valhalla Hall is a Florida Farm that has been recognized as a Florida Wildlife Habitat. We are helping to preserve the land the way nature intended it to be.
Grahams U Pick Peaches
From sunflowers to peach picking, to amazing jams and specialty food items, Grahams U Pick Peaches has something for everyone.
Fun For The Entire Family!
It is a great time for the entire family, especially if you attend the events. Grahams U Pick Peaches has a lovely scenic view of the peach fields, which is just perfect for Instagram photos. They also have an amazing pavilion to eat at or to host an event. I would definitely recommend this farm for Brides, a must-see for Engagement Photo Shoots. Moms can also enjoy a photo shoot on Mother’s Day weekend in the Sunflower field. It is absolutely lovely!
What Happens When Your Agency Won’t Give You Your Google Analytics Account?
How Do I Obtain Ownership Of My Google Analytics For My Business?
What is Google Analytics?
Google Analytics is a free web analytics service that allows you to analyze data and in-depth details about the consumers that visit your website. Google Analytics allows you to track the data that shows how well your website is performing overall.
Here is some of the data you can analyze from Google Analytics
• Number of visitors to your website
• The consumers Geographic Location
• Keywords and Search Queries used to find your website
• How long visitors stay on your website
• What browser consumers are using
• What type of device they used to view your website
These are just a few examples of what Google Analytics has to offer. This valuable data is a necessity when it comes to measuring the ROI (return on investment) from your website.
So great you need Google Analytics but now you must first learn how to find your Google Analytics code. Just take a deep breath and lets walk through this together.
What email did you use to get access to your Google Analytics?
It should be a Gmail account.
- You can login into your Gmail account. This is your email account called Gmail with Google. After you are logged in…
- Open a new tab in your browser then type in Google Analytics. You should now be logged into Google Analytics.
- While in Google Analytics if you see your website’s name as shown below in the screenshot, then you most likely have access. If you do not see this screen below then you most likely still do not have access.
Your Website Company and or Internet Marketing Agency should have already given you ownership of your Google Analytics by giving you admin access. We will review what admin access looks like below.
What Does Having Admin Access Mean?
Admin Access of your Google Analytics gives you all of the features and top-level administrative access you will need to manage your Google Analytics.
To Learn More About Google Analytics User Permissions Click Here
You should be able to Edit, Collaborate, Analyze And Manage Users with Admin Access to your Google Analytics as shown above on the right-hand side of the screenshot.
PLEASE NOTE: Your Website Company or Agency should create your Google Analytics Account and give you the Google Analytics ID as well.
Where Do I Find My Google Analytics Account ID?
For example, the unique ID would look something like this: UA-44544043-2 as we used for our example for the Ski Mountain Website. When you login into Google Analytics you should see the screen below. Some parts have been whited out for the security of the account.
If you cannot locate your Google Analytics Account through your gmail account because you do not have admin access, or if you have contacted your previous website company and or Agency and they will not give you access to your Google Analytics UA Id and a copy of your tracking code, then you can contact us at 909-333-6081 and we will help you access your situation and get you the help you need.
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Google Image Search With Style Tips
Google Wants Image Search To Become Your Shopping Tool
Google Wants Its Image Search Engine Branded As A Place for You To Shop For Products.
Google Search is now providing “Style Ideas” that are similar to the product that you were originally searching in Images for. It looks like this is going to start by giving Style Tips for Fashion & Lifestyle Products. The ultimate goal is to attract the users who prefer browsing products on search engines like Google from the Images. Of course, this is also a tool to help detour you from visiting websites like Amazon and other Major Shopping Websites. Why leave when you can just be directed to what Google suggests?
I myself have used Google Image Search to shop for items for many years and am very excited to see how this Tool evolves. I love suggested item sections when they actually suggest product items that truly are similar to what I am looking for. It would be great if Google can really have the Style Tips be customized to learn what I really like as a consumer.
Of course, most women who are looking to browse images go to Pinterest for ideas regarding what should be “styled,” with similar Fashion designs and accessories. With Pinterest you can find an item that you like online, like a designer purse for example, now you can find similar items on Pinterest without ever being on Pinterest’s Website. I love this Chrome extension, browser tool from Pinterest. This lets you save images that you love online to Pinterest from what you find across the Internet.
Cooking With Pinterest
Sometimes it can be hard to come up with meals after a long hard day at work. I often have cook offs on the week-end just to have meals prepared in advance, but sometimes life does not always go the way you plan and you might find yourself in a pinch.
Pinterest is amazing for meal planning. Sometimes your family might not feel like eating a big meal for dinner. If you happen to be on Pinterest, check out all of the amazing recipes that are out there.
Planning A Neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt
Neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt
Easter was always a favorite Holiday around my house, when I was growing up. My friends and I got to play outside and have neighborhood egg hunts. We would find eggs filled with candy, coins, and small little toys. This holiday was a perfect time to spend time with my friends and family.
When we moved out of State, I felt bad that the boys would not have their family Easter Egg Hunts with our family anymore, so some moms and I in the Neighborhood decided to plan a Neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt.
Lets Plan Your Neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt
Find The Place For The Egg Hunt – We had quite a few neighbors that offered their yards for the hunt, so that made it easy. In hindsight I think it is best if you keep it in the yards on the same side of street. We had the street blocked off from cars with cones, but some of the kids did not go to the other yards to collect eggs.
Send Out The Neighborhood Invite – We used an Easter Image to create a Neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt Invite Poster .pdf that we shared with the neighbors. The parents went and passed out the .pdf posters invites.
Lets Prepare For Your Neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt
Lets Talk About The Easter Eggs…
We did not have a specific amount of eggs per each child. If you have everyone pitch in plastic eggs and they are pre-stuffed, then the amount should not matter because there will be enough eggs for all of the children and then some. If you have a different variety of eggs’ colors, shapes, designs, and sizes the kids love that even more because it makes “The Easter Bunny,” look more authentic. 😉
If you really need a number, then we had about 200 eggs. We provided snacks and juice boxes for all of the kids. Each parent brought a dish and that worked out great!
Easter Eggs 48 Count From Target
Printed Easter Eggs From Amazon 72 Pack
Plan Your Games:
We had, “Guess How Many Jelly Beans Are In The Jar?” Here is a link to a lot of fun Easter Games that you could play at your Neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt.
The Moms also planned cookie decorating, which the kids really enjoyed as well. I know a lot of parents do not like Sugary Treats, but I let my boys join in on these treats for the Holidays.
Set up The Day Of – Meet with the other neighbors, family members, and or friends the night before and finish stuffing the eggs. Sending out a text, or email reminder about having your stuffed eggs ready for the the morning is a great way to remind people. On the day of the hunt, meet early to hide the eggs, set up the Decorations, Snacks, Drinks and Games for the Egg Hunt. We live in Florida so we made our Easter Egg Hunt earlier in the day, to beat the heat.
Let The Fun Begin –
• Everyone Arrives. Greet Everyone, introduce your friends, family and neighbors. This is how you build a community that you want to be a part of.
• Lets the kids have the snack and drinks. Set up the games so the kids can get started.
• Have the children get their Easter Egg Baskets Ready. We did tell all of the kids to be nice while hunting for eggs before the Easter Egg Hunt.
Friendly Reminder: Sometimes the older kids want to get all of the eggs and become competitive, which can make it not fun for the younger children. A friendly out loud reminder to the Teenagers to keep it cool, should work. My thoughts on Teenagers participating in Holiday Events is, “Let Them!” You only get to be a kid once, so enjoy it. For those teenagers it may be the last Easter Egg Hunt they get to participate in, as they venture into becoming an adult. 🙁
The parents had the kids gather in a group and then we yelled “On your mark, get set, go!” That is how we started our hunt, but you can start yours off any way that you can. The adults helped the smaller kids get in on the action of finding eggs. You can also set up a specific area for the littler kids to have a hunt as well.
• After the Easter Egg Hunt, we gave out prizes for the guessing how many Jelly Beans were in two different jars. It was nice to have two because it gave the kids a second chance to win again.
• Clean up and head home! We had such a great time!
Most Important: Also the most important thing to remember is to have fun! This could be the start of regular Holiday Neighborhood Events for where you live.