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One of the main goals of your digital marketing strategy is lead generation. There’s a lot that goes into capturing leads, but none of it can happen unless you get traffic moving to your website. This should be the natural result of an SEO strategy designed for lead generation, but it isn’t enough to just get traffic landing on your site. Leads aren’t always ... Read More
While companies launch websites for a variety of reasons, website speed plays a vital role in overall business success on the internet. When we speak of website speed, we’re referring to the page download speed - the amount of time it takes for your web page to load for a user after they’ve clicked on the website link from the search engines or social media. ... Read More
As a web developer, I have to strike a balance between making websites that use modern and efficient code, and making websites that work and look decent on older browsers. The latest example of this is whether to support Internet Explorer (IE) 8. The answer to this question is (you could have guessed), “It depends.”Read More
Custom dashboards in Google Analytics are a great way to see important website performance metrics at a glance. In this post, I'll show you how to implement a custom dashboard to track the results of a particular set of website changes. As a result, you’ll have a better understanding of the power of custom dashboards in Google Analytics and how to set one up for ... Read More
As a long-time investor in IBM stock (my dad purchased this stock back in the 80's and it helped put me through college), I receive their annual reports. For years, this 100+ page book wound up in the recycle bin. Last year, however, I began reading it to learn more about how IBM runs its mammoth operations. What I learned was eye-opening and worth sharing.... Read More
We recently attended a webinar, in which, Google's Analytics team announced it's rolling out new features for it's Analytics product over the holidays. You may not see these features at the moment but expect to see them soon.
One of the features we're most excited about is called 'Annotations'. The reason we're excited about this feature is ... Read More
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