About GeekLad

Geeklad is a technology enthusiast and programming hobbyist. Occasionally he will put together useful little bits of code (be it JavaScript or PHP) and share them with the world. He also enjoys creating and sharing howtos, describing how to do the things people want to do with their computers.

Dealing with Google Analytics Keyword Not Provided

Late last year, Google made a move to encrypt user searches to enhance the security of their users’ data. Although this is great for users, it makes things more difficult for webmasters, because encrypted organic traffic now shows the keyword (not provided) in those instances. Fortunately, there is something you can do to obtain more information from Google Analytics when keywords are not provided.


WordPress Plugin to Remove Google AdSense and Google Analytics

If you work on your blog a lot, you’re likely generating unwanted Google AdSense and Google Analytics impressions. There are a number of tutorials out there that show you how to prevent AdSense ads from displaying if you’re logged into WordPress. However, these involve modifying template files which can be a nuisance and time consuming. Ergo the Google AdSense and Google Analytics Remover plugin for WordPress.


How to Tether Android for Free

Free Wired Tether on AndroidMost information you’ll find about tethering with Android, shows you how to tether Android using an application called PdaNet. The problem with PdaNet is that the free version restricts you to http sites only, and you have to get the paid version for https connections. If you’re prepared to put a little elbow grease into it and you have a USB cable to connect the phone, you can learn how to tether Android without root for free for http and https sites as well.