Startups begin with an idea, but lack deep financial resources. They are, therefore, reluctant to spend money on something as basic as keyword research.
Don’t you love it when somebody surprises you? It can come from the unexpected visit from an old friend, or when you find that extra Pringle at the bottom of the tube.
Consider the following facts: According to Barbara Ashton, an executive search recruiter, headhunting agencies charge anywhere between 15% and 25% of the candidates total first year earnings. There are 729,800 talented people searching for jobs on Google every month (April-May 2016). It is, therefore, easy to deduce that: Many talented…
In this article, I will present 8 of the most useful Google Analytics enhancements that will give you the ability to collect and interpret data for your startup more successfully.
Optimizing conversions promises to boost revenue and get you more customers. Increasing the percentage of website visitors who click through, sign up and eventually buy from you has dramatic effects on transaction figures. And it’s not like it doesn’t work really well, when it’s done right.
At the risk of stating the obvious, nobody likes spam. In fact, the Internet’s collective hatred of all things spam has given birth what Wired recently called “a veritable cottage industry of ad blockers.”
“WordPress.org or WordPress.com?” Is a question you’ll most likely ask your first time building a website on WordPress. And this is indeed a very important question, because choosing the right blogging platform is a life-changing decision.
If you’re in the ecommerce game, the goal is pretty simple: Get as many darn conversions down the hole as you possibly can. But there’s a difference between inelegantly grasping for sales vs. adroitly siphoning massive amounts of customers through a completed transaction.
“You can’t manage what you can’t measure,” management theorist Peter Drucker is often quoted as saying. This holds especially true for social media, where correct measurement is a non-trivial task.