The Google Analytics optimizer is a tool that helps Google determine how much to pay for a given page.
You can get the Google Analytics optimization by going to Google Analytics and clicking on the “Optimize” link.
There you will see three options: “Optimize all pages for your brand,” “Optimalize only those pages that you’ve shown to a higher conversion rate,” and “Optimate all pages in your site for your company.”
If you click “Optimpise all pages” and then click “OK” you will be taken to a screen that shows you the page you are optimizing for, which is a list of all pages.
The topmost page is the highest conversion rate for the target.
The next page is lower conversion rate and the bottommost page.
If you choose the “all pages for company” option you will get all pages on your site that are optimized for your own business.
In this example, all pages are optimized in terms of conversions, with the highest optimization ranking for the site being #2.
Clicking on “Optinise all page” will give you a list with all the pages that are currently optimized for a certain page.
To change the optimization settings you can go to Google’s Optimizer settings page.
Google says you can “opt in to more than one page,” but I found it was more like “opt out of more than 1 page.”
Here is what the Google analytics optimizer does for your site.
Optimize a page for a keyword