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Five Google Analytics Features Every Website Owner Should Use

Via Paul Koks | @onlinemetrics If you're new to Google Analytics or even if you've been doing it for years, there are always new ways to look at your site data. Google Analytics is such a versital tool, it's easy to get overwelmed with the possibilities. When this happens, take a step back and remember what's most important for your business and you can...
Web design trends

The 5 Web Designing Trends of 2016

Via Harold Stark | @realharrystark Design wise, we all want to be unique. As a business, we need to stand out so having a unique brand is a must, but on your website there are some trends worth following. Of course, how closely you follow the trends is up to you. Not every market is the same, so keep in mind what your customers are willing to tolerate. A...
Mobile data

Mobile Is A Data Treasure Trove – Not Just Another Touchpoint

Via Brielle Jaekel | @MobileMktrDaily Reaching your customer through their mobile device can be a great sales opportunity, but Brielle Jaekel reminds us not to loose the chance to learn more about your customers. If you stop to listen, you might learn something you didn't know before. Read the full article.
Email marketing

3 Email Marketing Tactics You Need Most

Via Dan Scalco | @danscalco If you are trying to market your business through email and you are having trouble succeeding, you're not alone. Most email campiagns have trouble getting subscribers to open their emails let alone a click through rate with any ROI. If you are looking for tips on how to bring your email marketing plan to the next level, Dan...
AdWords’ new extra headline

AdWords' new extra headline: 7 ways to make the most of it

Via Matt Lawson | @onemanisthelaw During a Google Performance Summit Keynote, a wide range of exciting new stuff was introduced, most noticeably were the expanded text ads. Currently being tested are ads with two 30-character headlines and one 80-character description line. Compared to your existing ads, it’s 45 extra characters in text, plus an...
7 Ways to Use Facebook’s Search to Improve your Page

7 Ways to Use Facebook's Search to Improve your Page

Via Mike Gingerich | @mike_gingerich You know that little search field at the top of your Facebook page? It can bring results for your business when used the right way for research. Facebook’s search is called Graph Search and it takes into consideration social relevance and interest data in delivering search results, making it both unique from search...

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