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When is a fruit not a fruit? It struck me when sticking a hashtag on a tweet the other day – to some an Apple is a fruit second, and a gadget brand first. This is what great branding is all about! By leveraging your audience, you can create your own brand. Here’s what your business needs to know.
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Today I’m going to be talking to you about the business benefits of Conversion Rate Optimisation. It’s a massive topic. Ultimately Conversion Rate Optimisation though serves to reduce cost of business whilst also improving profitability. What that means in the real terms is that potentially you’re looking at improving the amount of e-mail sign-ups that you receive or, even bigger than that, you’re trying to improve the amount of sales that your site is accountable for.
Saturday saw close to 200 digital analysts converge on Pimlico, London all in the name of knowledge transfer. Measurecamp has gained a cult reputation amongst the digital marketing world for its small, informal unconference characteristics that set it apart from the other events in the digital marketing conference calendar.
Digital Marketing has evolved rapidly over the last five years. Maybe longer. Its speed to market, its improved ROI attribution and scale of reach has taken Digital Marketing from buzzword to a staple of any forward thinking company’s marketing strategy. Yet, is there still a place for offline marketing?
I’m going to talk you through how to upgrade to Universal Analytics safely, using Google Tag Manager. Universal Analytics is the next step in website tracking that is going to move away from session based tracking to user based tracking, the end of this is to give a much richer insight into user behavior on your website.
A post from the (ever useful and bookmark-worthy) DejanSEO blog back in January drew to my attention a revamp of the search query data reported on in Google’s Webmaster Tools. Since then I’ve been looking at its functionality and how it can be put to use for SEO purposes, the results of which I’m going to share in this post.
I was having one of my infrequent spates of (spring) cleaning, going through analytics accounts tidying up stray Views and updating IP exclusions as you do, when it occurred to me that I have amassed quite a library of resources that pretty regularly help my analysis.
Back in 2012 Google announced an overhaul to its traditional analytics solution. With Universal Analytics, Google was moving from tracking page views to user sessions. Our very own Gemma gave us the low down on how Universal Analytics was going to help us track users (anonymously) as opposed to visit sessions, so let’s now look at how the upgrade can be done.
Today we’re going to talk about how to survive Not Provided. So back in October 2011, Google announced that it was going to encrypt the searches of its users when they were logged into Google products. This meant the keyword-level data was not going to be passed back to Google Analytics.