Where there’s traffic, there’s hope. Because every visit is a chance for something good to happen. That’s why increasing website traffic is the first goal of most digital marketing strategies. It’s the equivalent of traditional marketing’s goal of brand awareness. If we’re going to spend all this time, energy (and maybe money) to generate traffic,
Welcome to the 7th Annual Blogging Survey. Years ago, we set out to get some basic questions about blogging. It’s grown into a long-term project that tracks trends in the changing world of content marketing. Each year, we ask 1000+ bloggers about their content and their process. Then we make a giant pile of charts.
Finding opportunities. That’s what Analytics is all about, right? Find what’s working and then double down on that approach. But you can also use Google Analytics to see if there are bugs, if anything is missing, if anything is broken. It’s a super fast way to audit your website. You can often find big problems
When your organization is expanding, there are lots of spots of the company that demand focus, energy and investment decision. A/B testing and conversion optimization are ordinarily witnessed as one thing that necessitates a sizeable investment decision of funds, time and electrical power to employ. If you are a startup, smaller organization or more recent
It’s such a common question, some Analytics pros are tired of hearing it. When the boss or a client asks “What’s a good bounce rate?” or “What’s the average bounce rate?” they groan and the responses get snarky. A bounce rate is basically a one-page visit but no one likes one-page visits. Everyone wants to lower