It seems so easy to track the goals on your website. If someone bought something from you online they must have completed a goal, right? It’s almost always not that easy. Assuming you have multiple conversion points on your website (buy buttons, email sign-ups, newsletter sign-ups, etc.) you have multiple reasons to be tracking your […]
Category : Search Engine Marketing
I HATE buzzwords. They generally make no sense and are used so often that they have entirely lost their meaning to the average consumer. This industry is inherently fast-moving and dynamic, so it only makes sense to use words that people hear and relate to. However, “digital marketing solutions” and “comprehensive online marketing resources” only […]
In case you hadn’t noticed, Google swapped out its dull image search for a new, cleaner look that actually speeds up image browsing and looks more, well….awesome. Now I actually want to spend time browsing random images on Google. Like Tigers.
To follow up my recent post about the (brief) definition of RSS feeds, I decided to do a quick post on some very practical and simple-to-use feed readers. It hardly does any good to explain what an RSS feed is without first showing specifically how they are used. This post goes over the very basics […]
Many times I come across the question from my clients, “What is an RSS feed?” It seems such an easy concept when, in fact, RSS feeds can be difficult to understand and explain. I often find myself going through the fundamentals with clients to exhibit how RSS feeds can be helpful in staying up-to-date on […]